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5/30/2017 You may enjoy these Arduino projects:
  • DIY multicopter / RPAS flight controller
  • YMFC-AL - The self-leveling Arduino quadcopter
  • YMFC-3D V2 - The 3D Arduino quadcopter
  • Building an electric skateboard
  • Automated reflow hot plate
  • Building the Stepcraft 420 CNC
NOTE see the Youtube link to two of these projects below
5/30/2017 Another Arduino project - Your Arduino Balancing Robot
6/9/2017 Another Arduino project - Your Arduino Balancing Robot (YABR) - Part 2 - explaining the code
5/30/2017 Welding inverter for 5$
Shown welding tabs to batteries.
4/26/2017 QRPp Journal of the Northern California QRP Club
This Journal was written and published by Norcal and Doug Hendricks, KI6DS, from 1993 until 2004.
4/26/2017 QRPp Journal of the Northern California QRP Club
Link to some newer issues (Sept, Oct, Nov 2016)
pdf's are in english, but site in German
4/1/2017 Published on Mar 13, 2017
ARRL CEO Tom Gallagher, NY2RF, talks about the importance of the Maker movement to Amateur Radio, and ARRL's outreach efforts at upcoming Maker Faires.
4/1/2017 Radio communication via Near Vertical Incidence Skywave propagation: an overview
Authors Ben A. Witvliet and Rosa Ma Alsina-Pagès
First Online: 21 February 2017
1/21/2017 The Arduino page of all about circuits page
10/10/2016 Since its founding in 2003, AAC (All About Circutis) has grown into one of the largest online electrical engineering communities. We are a positive, open community of electronics geeks who enjoy sharing knowledge and ideas. Our community takes pride in educating electrical engineers as they grow their experience and knowledge. (Dave)
7/30/2016 A link to the Arduino Project Hub with a lot of different projects. I found several which I would like to work on, but where is that thing called "free time"? (Steve)
7/27/2016 Thought this might be a worthwhile project for Pi.
A friend of mine has a sensor on his sidewalk so when someone approaches his door, a big dog starts barking inside the house. Am sure this would be a piece of pie for the Raspberry. 
From a security standpoint, it could be activated only when you are away.....or while you are there. (submitted by David)
7/27/2016 It seems that physics is not the only area where long-held ideas are wrong! (submitted by Bill)