Ameer Ghaffar Syams

Ameer Ghaffar Syams

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Description This complete high quality, low noise 5-BAND GRAPHIC EQUALIZER circuit is based around Monolithic Linear integrated circuit LA3600 manufactured by SANYO. This circuit is very easy to build and has good Quality. You can use it with Portable component stereos, tape-recorders, radio-cassette recorders, car stereos etc… It is On-chip one operational amplifier. 5-band graphicRead More

Description This complete high quality, low noise 5-BAND GRAPHIC EQUALIZER circuit is based around Monolithic Linear integrated circuit LA3600 manufactured by SANYO. This circuit is very easy to build and has good Quality. You can use it with Portable component stereos, tape-recorders, radio-cassette recorders, car stereos etc… It is On-chip one operational amplifier. 5-band graphicRead More

Torch and Scrollwork Stained Glass Window

This is an example of a window I& do quite differently now, if I were making it today. I still like the design, but I would use a completely different colour scheme and different types of glass.

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"Crystal Radio: A Science Kit for Student Electronics": Build a crystal radio and then tune in an AM radio station--without batteries. An improved crystal radio kit and an updated procedure makes this