Posts Categorized: Electronics

Online Police Scanner

In my spare time, I’m a geek about information and government transparency. I foolishly believe that technology can and will make government agencies more transparent, subject agencies to criticism and make government better. To further that agenda, I created this online police scanner for my hometown of Montpelier, Vermont. The technology to make this work… Read more »

How to resurrect a dead cell phone

Recently my Samsung S3 locked up. It was basically dead. I pushed the power button a bunch of times. I pulled the battery, but what I needed to do was combine those two actions. I found the answer to my dilemma in this helpful troubleshooting guide. What I needed to do was pull the battery… Read more »

Motorola 10T28M Radio

I own a Motorola 10T28M radio. I’ve had it for a couple of years. I might have paid $10 for it a junk sale somewhere in town. It’s been working pretty well, but the tuner cord broke a few weeks ago and I finally got around to fixing it. Rather than using cord, a previous… Read more »

My Crossover Design is Complete

Today I finished designing my crossover. Here’s what I have come up with. I have to give a special thanks to DIY Audio and Video. I’m building a speaker for an old radio that, in addition to a new loudspeaker, I’m creating a cool new case. It’s not a stereo, so I just need one… Read more »

Great Site to Learn About Loudspeaker Crossover Design

For the past week or so I’ve been tinkering around with designing a crossover for a two driver loudspeaker. I’ve never done this before, so the learning curve is steep for me. The first step was to figure why I needed to make a crossover and what it’s supposed to do. The best place I… Read more »