I am a photographer / IT consultant. Recently, I returned to my old hobby of electronics.
At a massive "clean-up operation" in my childhood home I found all my old electronics projects (from almost 20 years ago) documented on paper (remember, at the time computers were not very common). I decided to clean them up a bit then publish some of them here, so that anybody who wants (including me :) ) can look them up for reference or just for ideas.
I hope the list of projects will grow in time - spare time allowing.
About the projects
Most of the projects on these page are somehow related to electronics, and within that, digital electronics. Some projects are gathered from different places on the internet or from a friend then customized for my own needs, some are my own creations.
Some of the projects may require special skills - some are very simple. It is up to you to decide if you feel confident enough to try to reproduce them.
Some of the projects include handling dangerous materials, going through dangerous procedures, or include other kinds of danger to yourself, the ones around you and/or to the environment.
If you have any questions or suggestion for improvement for any of the projects, I want to hear from you. You can leave a comment for each project at the bottom of the page. You can also send me e-mails by clicking here.
Some of the projects (the ones that are about creating some new device) are available for purchase through PayPal.
Please feel free to browse through the pages, download and use any information you find there, but please note, you do so at your own risk. I cannot guarantee that any given instruction will work for you - I can only say it has, at some point or another in very specific ways, worked for me.
If you have any question about the projects, I encourage you to use the comments section after each post. Alternatively, you can also send me an e-mail.