Thursday, 3 September 2015

Another Handy Attenuator

Here's another attenuator I built a couple of months ago. I had a nice little Honeywell ten turn pot taken from an old scope and a handful of oversized Alco style knobs from a poorly executed Maplin order some years ago. A spare scrap of 2mm aluminium, a lump of old scaff board and hey presto...   ...I call it a Schrödinger Attenuator, because you never quite know whether (or how much) it's attenuating until you plug it in. In other news I finished the accounts AND finally fixed the other Blacet Time Machine (it had two broken traces)

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