Electronics Design Engineer | AB Open
Karl is a design engineer with over a decade of experience in high speed digital design and technical project leadership in the commercial electronics sector.
3 years ago
This is the penultimate post in the series about creating a guitar pedal style amplifier with the Korg Nutubes. We previously left off with ordering PCBs and the nerve-racking wait associated with it.
This is the third post in a series about creating a guitar pedal style amplifier. Last time in Part 2 we took a look at creating a breadboard prototype. Following which we probably have enough data to commit a circuit design to CAD.
This is the second in a multi-part series looking at the the design of a Nutube based guitar pedal.
This is the first in a multi-part series exploring the design of a “guitar pedal” for amplification and distortion, going all the way from project start to a finished working design and making use of the Korg Nutube.
When we were offered the chance to look at the PSoC6 CY8CKIT-062-BLE kit we jumped at it. We were given an early access program (EAP) kit to play with as we've thoroughly enjoyed PSoC kits of the past.
Learning Verilog basics and driving a paper tape punch at Chip Hack EDSAC Challenge
Redesigning the drive electronics of a paper tape punch for Chip Hack EDSAC Challenge. In a previous post we described reverse-engineering a tape reader for the EDSAC Challenge. While a nice addition, a tape reader alone is of little use:
Chip Hack EDSAC Challenge event ran as part of Wuthering Bytes 2017. The workshop provided an introduction to Verilog and FPGA development, and as part of this the historic EDSAC computer was re-created via a modern, low cost FPGA board.
Connecting devices has never been easier and thanks to LoRaWAN and The Things Network, it’s now incredibly straightforward to get data from sensors that are located a great distance from a gateway — a LoRaWAN base station — into an Internet-connected
We recently got to use the Digilent Digital Discovery, this little device performs the function of both a logic analyser and signal generator in a robust neat little package.
4 years ago
We recently received our Flick designed by Pi Supply, which allows gesture sensing on any I2C capable device and will enable new possibilities for our Pis and with a little work, maybe even our PC and Arduino.
4 years ago
In a previous post we had a quick look at the LattePanda board, what it is and offers. We also mentioned we had ordered a Gravity Series Sensor Kit. In this post we’ll look a little more at what this can offer when paired with the LattePanda,