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In 2013 Michael Kohn started writing a program he called Java Grinder that takes the byte-code from Java.class files and generates assembly language files that can be assembled for different CPUs and systems. He is always trying to find an electronics project no one would ever think of, so he dusted off a TI-99/4A computer he had lying around and tried to get the grinder to work with it. Sadly, his vision didn’t come easily.
Breathing new life into old equipment is cool, except when it doesn't work.
The PirateBox is an offline data sharing and communication system that utilizes free software. In this DIY project you’ll learn how to build your own WiFi hotspot using a handful of inexpensive components and a Raspberry Pi. Inspired by pirate radio and the free culture movement, your PirateBox will let you anonymously chat, share images and other digital content with your friends.
Share your data while preserving your privacy!
Get familiar with the Arduino Board and get started creating your own Arduino-based kits. Its open-source software is available everywhere and the number of projects that you can create is endless. This handy resource guide will ensure that you have all the tools you need to master the playground of Arduino.
Here's the one resource you'll need to get your Arduino questions answered.
What's 3D Printing without some cool things to print? We sent our team to comb the Internet for what became our list of the 15 coolest things you can download and print on your 3D printer. For those of you who don’t have a 3D printer yet, tell us if any of these are cool enough to justify a purchase.
The absolute coolest free 3D downloads!
Did you catch our important announcement about our Free Shipping Club? If not, get up to speed on how to get your future orders shipped for free.
Learn more about Jameco's brand new Free Shipping Club.
After assembling Jameco's waveform generator, I felt that a display of the signal would increase its functionality without having to attach an oscilloscope to read the signal. Wondering why you can't hear the signal is easier to troubleshoot if you know the signal isn't above human hearing range. This kit will offer a "rough idea" of what signal is being produced.
Build this kit.
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