This may be the an unspeakably stupid question for an electrical/computer engineering student to ask, but I ran across a few parts I didn't recognize (which, after some research, I found out were ...
I got an old Nokia tube television from my grandmother. I tested it, but there is no picture. I can hear the audio. The filament is not glowing. I am studying EE, but there I only dealt with low ...
A Gainclone amplifier makes for a nice simple benchmark/monitor amp. It is a class AB linear amplifier capable of 20 W - 120 W of power, and is based on a monolithic amplifier chip such as the LM1875, ...
I have an old Soviet personal radiation dosimeter that I broke as a kid by dropping it into water. I opened it up a while ago and the electronics in there were quite simple - mainly a ~10cm Geiger ...
I have a tube radio that has really low output (I mean the sound is barely audible at full volume). Probably some capacitor in the LF amp failed. However, after I downloaded the schematic diagram, I ...
I recently ran into an interesting device called a thyratron. I have a basic understanding of thyratrons as gas filled vacuum tubes. I understand that they can switch large amounts of currents and ...