In-Depth Series: Hobby Electronics
- Number of episodes: 37
- Open/closed: open
- Date of earliest show: 2013-01-31
- Date of latest show: 2023-11-22
- Series RSS feeds: ogg, spx, mp3
hpr3993 :: z80 membership card hosted by Brian in Ohio
review of a kit
Tough Battery Design Worthy of the Post Apocalyptic Robotics Database
Tinkering with the RTC (Real Time Clock) hardware on Gameboy Advance cartridges
As a first show, I introduce myself and show some repairability tips for 90s pinball machines
hpr3235 :: Soldering Tips hosted by operat0r
What little I know about the topic you will learn
hpr3217 :: Sump Minion hosted by Brian in Ohio
My first Internet of Things device, without using python
Building the push to talk button missing from many video conference tools
hpr2997 :: World of Commodore 2019 Episode 7: Video Playback with 1541 Ultimate hosted by Paul Quirk
In this seventh episode, Greg returns to tell us how he got full video playback on a Commodore 64.
Greg Naçu presents to us his new operating system to the Commodore 64
hpr2982 :: World of Commodore 2019 Episode 4: Bare metal c64 Emulation on Raspberry Pi hosted by Paul Quirk
Randy Rossi's presentation of his Github project on bare metal emulation of the C64 on a Pi 3.
Glen Holmer explains how he got Linux running on a Commodore 64.
In this first episode, I interview exhibitors and members at the World of Commodore in 2019.
hpr2893 :: Whats in the box! Part 2 hosted by NYbill
NYbill finishes a guitar pedal kit Timttmy sent him.
hpr2822 :: What's in the Box! Part 1 hosted by NYbill
NYbill opens a mystery box he found in the mail box.
Using Fritzing to help reverse engineer a circuit in a winter model village windmill
I ramble on about my first impressions of the odroid-go
hpr2645 :: Blinking LED hosted by Ken Fallon
In this live show, Ken sees if he can follow simple instructions
I invite my 6 year-old daughter on to discuss how we setup a temperature monitor on her pi
NYbill troubleshoots a DIY kit of Ken Fallon’s.
hpr2514 :: Electronics Calculator Kit hosted by NYbill
NYbill talks about building a $16 electronics calculator kit.
hpr2407 :: The Lost Episode Part 2 hosted by NYbill
NYbill talks about flashing firmware to a Atmega328p chip to get a Transistor Tester Kit working.
hpr2394 :: The Lost Episode hosted by NYbill
NYbill talks about building an inexpensive transistor tester... a year after the fact.
hpr2369 :: Little Meters hosted by NYbill
NYbill does a quick review of two more inexpensive multimeters
I bought a self-build digital clock on eBay and document the building process
hpr2314 :: Bad Caps hosted by NYbill
NYbill talking about repairing a computer motherboard.
In this episode NYbill talks about finishing the DSO138 Oscilloscope kit.
hpr2029 :: The DSO138 Oscilloscope Kit hosted by NYbill
NYbill talks about building a DSO138 Oscilloscope kit.
More clicking of things, Bluetooth happens, things are taken apart...
You are along for the ride as NYbill takes his first look at another inexpensive multimeter.
hpr1971 :: BlinkStick hosted by Dave Morriss
The BlinkStick is a small USB device with an RGB LED which you can build yourself
hpr1892 :: my chicken coop hosted by Jezra
jezra blabs about the brok brok brok house
hpr1858 :: Multimeter Mod's Part 2 hosted by NYbill
NYbill finishes modification two to his multimeter.
hpr1846 :: UNI-T UT61E Review hosted by NYbill
NYbill does a quick review of his favourite multimeter for electronics, the UNI-T UT61E.
hpr1828 :: Multimeter Mod's Part 1 hosted by NYbill
NYbill modifies his multimeter to add features he feels are lacking.
hpr1817 :: Gathering Parts hosted by NYbill
NYbill talks about the process he goes through while starting an electronics project.
NYbill discusses the DSO Pocket Oscilloscope v3. A few circuits are set up to test it
hpr1174 :: Low Tech Fab (PCB Etching) hosted by NYbill
NYbill makes his own copper PCB boards at home