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Old 2nd December 2019, 08:50 PM   #11
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That thing's nothing more than some slop mess.
And anyone constructing such crap shouldn't have access to a soldering iron.
That's stern (strict? severe?)!
I for one kinda like it. It seems this guy has a better 3-D imagination than soldering-skills. I couldn't do that (for now).

But I'm more on this side:

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Or very Bob Pease.
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Old 2nd December 2019, 09:09 PM   #14
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10 volt reference... I do love the copper..nice..
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Old 3rd December 2019, 02:29 AM   #17
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I once had someone hanging in my shop. I had a germanium diode out for some reason. I said, "Hey, watch this." and took the diode and a small cap, and wired it in free air, and connected it to a handy guitar amp. We then listened to the local AM radio station.

HArdly in the same league, of course.
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That's stern (strict? severe?)!
Harsh perhaps?

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That thing's nothing more than some slop mess.
And anyone constructing such crap shouldn't have access to a soldering iron.
Just remember that this kind of stuff used to be in commercial production...

Is this supposed to work?-nv_1014_koebel_figure09-jpg


There is a radio guy on Youtube that I saw a while back who shows some of that 'island' technique (which is mainly for prototyping btw) here: YouTube

I thought it to be quite useful for quick and dirty testing or for quickly constructing test rigs. More sturdy than plastic breadboards anyhow.
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Given the onset of very cheap Chinse pcb's there is no excuse for that kind of solution now.
KICAD is free and $5 for 5 pcb's is peanuts.
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