The Signal Path
The Signal Path
The Signal Path
Welcome to the Arcade Repair Tips Video Series! In this video, Tim Peterson shows you how to repair a broken, cut, or damaged wire using various items including electrical tape, wire nuts, butt connectors, and solder/heat shrink. For more information, please visit our website at www.arcaderepairtips.com and please watch for Continue reading Arcade Repair Tips – Repairing Broken, Cut, Or Damaged Wires
Inside the new Rigol 7000 Series oscilloscope with custom ASIC’s.
Also a look at the bootloader code for potential hacks.
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A look at the recent EEVblog meetup and the projects people bought along to show off. And you won’t believe which companies advertised at the event! 😀
Kickstarter Particle Accelerator: https://awesome.tech/
All my personal data was STOLEN from the Western Australian Government’s Perth Mint thanks to a third party data breach.
Obvious serious identity theft implications for customers as a result.
Perth Mint CEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsjHlgTchnE
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The 2nd EEVblog Channel: <a Continue reading eevBLAB #52 – My Personal Data STOLEN from the Government!
In this episode Shahriar takes a look at one of the most advanced electrical test and measurement instruments ever created. The Keysight UXR-Series Real-Time Oscilloscope brings 110GHz of analog bandwidth and 256GS/s real-time sampling at 4-channels simultaneously. To make it even more impressive, the entire data-conversion architecture is in 10-bits. Continue reading TSP #133 – Keysight UXR 110GHz BW, 256GS/s, 10-bit Real-Time Oscilloscope Teardown & Experiments
In this episode Shahriar demonstrates the effort for collecting affordable components and instruments in the past year to be able to generate mm-wave frequencies in the lab. The main goal is to generate synthesized CW signals beyond 26.5GHz and to be able to analyze them on the Keysight MXA Spectrum Continue reading TSP #132 – Quest for mm-Wave Capability: Teardown, Analysis & Experiments on Generation & Detection
In this video, Jonathan Leung interviews Tim Peterson who answers your questions about the Arcade1Up cabinets, gives a summary of his thoughts about the product, and talks about how they are basically the same size as a cabaret coin operated arcade machine.
For more information about Arcade1Up and their products, please Continue reading Arcade Repair Tips – Tim Q&A Session On Arcade1Up
The new official Power Over Ethernet (PoE) hat for the Raspberry Pi 3 B+ has been reported to fail with an overcurrent error when powering USB devices.
Dave investigates and narrows it down until, well, something goes horribly wrong…
EEVblog Main Web Site: Continue reading EEVblog #1122 – Raspberry Pi 3 PoE Hat FAIL Investigation
Who saw it coming?, Fontus have filed for bankruptcy!
The infamous “self-filling water bottle” that raised $340k on Indiegogo has gone bankrupt and delivered nothing.
You ‘canna beat the laws of physics Captain!
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