Why you don't need a new computer

A blog post to debunk the rumour that you need the latest tech and the best set up to be a good programmer
Uploaded: 24/01/2022

AMD Wraith Stealth VS Arctic Freezer 34 eSports Duo

A blog post to investigate the effect on thermals after upgrading from AMD Wraith Stealth Stock CPU cooler to the Arctic Freezer 34 eSports Duo
Uploaded: 11/11/2021

Hand Trainer for Muscle Spasticity

A hand trainer system designed to improve movement in the users hand by completing different sequences of button presses.
Uploaded 24/06/21

Displaying Text on 16x2 LCD

Using a 2x16 LCD screen to display static text or text that appears after a given time period.
Uploaded 30/08/2020

Fun for your Coffee Break

Check out one of my favourite engineering/technology podcasts below! Lex always has interesting guests and there's always something to learn!

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Equation Calculators

Lost your Casio or want to double check your calculations? Check out our electronic engineering equation calculators.
Uploaded: 27/06/2021

A Little about Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)

A brief explanation of what ESD is and how it can be detrimental to electronic components
Uploaded 21/07/20

Electronics News

EETimes Connecting The Global Electronics Community

  • Silicon Motion’s FerriSSD® Enhancing the Safety and Reliability of Computer On Module Designs
    by Jeffrey Bausch on 19/05/2022 at 05:00

    The Computer On Module (COM) is the most widely adopted hardware format for embedded computing in the military, transportation, medical, entertainment, networking, and industrial equipment markets. The popularity of the COM format is the result of its many advantages, which include faster embedded system development, risk and cost reduction, and the freedom to customize the The post Silicon Motion’s FerriSSD® Enhancing the Safety and Reliability of Computer On Module Designs appeared first on EETimes.

  • New Physics Research Unlocks Fusion Energy
    by Maurizio Di Paolo Emilio on 18/05/2022 at 18:01

    New research reveals that more hydrogen may be safely employed in fusion reactors, resulting in more energy being produced. The post New Physics Research Unlocks Fusion Energy appeared first on EETimes.

  • SMIC Revenue Soars as Chinese Market Sours
    by Alan Patterson on 18/05/2022 at 16:12

    SMIC revenue grew by more than 66% during the first three months of this year despite company warnings of weakening demand in China. The post SMIC Revenue Soars as Chinese Market Sours appeared first on EETimes.