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Stereo amp jammer.

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A cellphone near PC speakers will produce a load buzzing sound when you get a call because of RF noise in the amplifier. I really need to build a device that does that deliberately at a range of a few meters. The asshole who moved into the apartment above me insists on running his huge stereo system all day and night. I can't sleep or study. I'm assuming he'll shut it down rather than listening to horrible buzzing. I'm a computer engineer so I do have a lot of electronics experience, but not much when it comes to audio amplifiers or RF. I was thinking of a transmitter around 5 watts that sweeps through different carrier waves. Possibly two separate sweepers going at different speeds. Could anyone with experience in these matters give pointers? What range of RF frequencies cause the most interference in audio amps? Should I be am/fm modulating the carrier with something or does that not even matter.
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How would I remove this rust from this seat?
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Greetings! I posted this on /g/ as well. So I'm using a MAX232 to convert serial signals from a device into signals usable by a microcontroller. However space is key here, so I have two questions: - Is there an equivalent IC that only has pins for ONE serial channel (instead of two), thus being smaller? - Is there an equivalent where the capacitors would be built-in or unnecessary? - Extra credit: Any IC that would solve both problems? Electronics n00b btw...
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is there an open source software or maybe place where I could design a working engine or mechanism?

Underground Bunker thread

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Hey guys, I need to know how I could improve me initial Multi-Story underground bunker design. I would also like to see your bunker layouts as well (a quick sketch or something just as a comparison) And can somebody please give me estimates on: >Initial cost of the project >suitable location >If my design is structurally sound >how can I improve on this >length of time it would take to complete Please respond.
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Hey /diy/, I really want to make a wood ring band for my gf, what kind of wood should I use? Pic related is made out of ebony, which is what I'm leaning towards.
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I have here an old pair of Crocs sandals, and rather than throw them away I'd like to fix them. The problem (as may be visible in my shitty photos) is that the 'thong' part of the sandal has been dislodged. This never bothered me while I was using them as shower shoes, but after having to actually walk briskly in them at one point I realized that I really do need to fix them. My ideas so far are as follows: 1. Use a strong glue to glue the base of the 'thong' back into its groove (from which it was broken off) 2. Use a soldering iron to heat the rubbery stuff around the 'thong' at the point at which it broke, and 'meld' the pieces back together (this idea is much more iffy to me) I will post a few more pics real quick.
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What did you faggots do today? I made a potato gun. [spoiler]are these legal in minnesota?[/spoiler]
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Guys I 'd like to learn touch typing. How does a hunt and pecker terminate the bad habits?
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Wondering if anyone would be able to show me how to go about building this "Opus Shelving" style bookshelf/storage. Hoping to do this for less than 450 which is what it costs to buy straight up. Thanks in advance /diy/
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Hey diy, I'm looking for a part. I'm using these led drivers and I need to make them waterproof. Any ideas on containers or anything? Planned on using some liquid electrical tape and jb weld to pot them. Just need a "case" to put them in. Smaller the better. Dimensions: 1.10 in x 0.71 in x 0.31 in (2.8 cm x 1.8 cm x 0.8 cm) Weight: 0.56 oz (16 g)
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have we got any EE's in the house? I've been getting into electronics lately and I really want to get an oscilloscope to help with some projects that I am working on. The only issue is that I'm a poorfag and only have a minimal amount of money to spend on one. Ive found a 2465A tek for cheap on ebay, but i was wondering how good the quality was on it. another issue i have is if the specs live up to the hype. I am aware that a DSO would probably be better, but all the low end equipment is just that, LOW END. >TLDR; What's the best cheap o'scope i can get.
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Hey /diy/, first time posting here, I'm kind of excited. I moved into an old house a couple weeks ago, and I'm trying to replace the faucet in the bathroom. The cold water shut-off valve turned off without any issues, but the hot water valve won't even budge. I tapped a couple times with a hammer to attempt to loosen a jam, but that didn't seem to do anything. I unscrewed the handle to try and get direct access to the underlying shaft, thinking I could just grab that with a set of pliers... turns out this thing is plastic, and I'm now very worried about it either shattering or stripping. What do?
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How do I make the next great record on my shitty Windows 7 laptop?
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Why does The Home Depot include 'bullet proof' in its acrylic sheet specifications, when, as far as I can see, none of their acrylic is bullet proof? Any other weird retailer things you've noticed?


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Howdy /diy/, I'm starting up woodworking, and I can definitely see how it could be an enjoyable hobby. Only thing is, I really suck at it. I'm coming from some experience in machining (mill/lathe with metal), where everything is measured and exact. This sure is different, and I'm trying to make a wood bow as my first project. Simple things, but I seem to suck at eye-balling things. I suppose that's why they say this is a skill. I seem to start it off by fucking up and working from there on out to make it 'as good as I can get it'. Tools I'm using so far are a surform, belt sander (stationary w/ disk), and skilsaw. Question is; is there anything that I can do to not suck, or does it come down to practice? Suggested readings/websites?
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Does anyone know how to get mold out of this leather bag? I found it in my closet and I think it was a coin purse back in the day. I would really like to use this for something but the mold on it is disheartening. Pic related. The black is the mold.
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Guise, I'm a videofag I need a texting simulator that isn't just a static picture. It has to be one that looks as though messages are being sent and received (as in loading icon, new messages appear, etc) for a video project I'm working on. Anybody know where I can get this done? A pre-made simulator would be ideal, as they're the quickest, rather than making the simulation which will last for, maybe 10 seconds.

Just got my BS in EE, ask me anything

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Just got my BS in EE, ask me anything.
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How do I make a custom shaped heating element? Could I just buy pic related and bend it into the shape I need, or would messing with these break them?

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