Radio & Electronics |
Homemade computers |
University projects |
Accidental Empires: Triumph of the Nerds
The Secret War:
[Ep1] "Battle of the beams"
[Ep2] "To see for a hundred miles"
[Ep3] "Terror weapons"
[Ep5] "The deadly waves"
[Ep6] "Still secret"
[Ep7] "The battle of the Atlantic"
Britain's satellite launcher: "Once we had a rocket"
My Homemade PBX Homemade telephone exchange
Vintage calculators web museum From valves to LSI. Great pictures
Coincident current ferrite core memories BYTE Magazine, July 1976
Friends and family
http://www.hitthekeys.com my brother Michael
http://www.johnnypops.demon.co.uk John Popplewell
http://www.rotwang.co.uk/projects/projects.html Dave Berkeley
Radio & Electronics
Harry's Homebrew Homepage Goldmine of RF circuits.
Keith's Vintage RACAL Site
Green Bay Professional Packet Radio UHF and microwave projects. Many links.
Dan Doberstein's articles Spread spectrum; GPS; SA605 ... and more.
sci.electronics.design free expert advice; often very educational.
Please e-mail me if you know of any other homemade computer projects like these on the web:
My Mark 1 and Mark 2 FORTH computers!
Jeff Laughton's KimKlone co-processor.
Jim R Jones' OTHER-1 Minicomputer project (1974-1976)
John Pultorak's replica of the Apollo Guidance Computer
Donn Stewart's Home-Built TTL CPU
Viktor's Amazing 4-bit Processor
4Bit homemade CPU by Wiesner Thomas
Dennis Kuschel's MyCPU
www.homebrewcpu.com Bill Buzbee's MAGIC-1
Dave Brook's Simplex Computer
David Conroy's PDP/4 & PDP/8 Reimplementations
PISC Inspiration for my Mark 2.
Kilian Leonhardt's relay computer Select "BILDER" for pictures.
Harry Porter's Relay Computer
Terry Ritter's Mark-8 Experience
John Doran's D16/M
Dieter Mueller's TTL CPU
Henk Stegeman's HJS22 VCF Photos
The Electronics Australia EDUC-8 microcomputer
Steve Chamberlin's Big Mess o' Wires
College / University projects
The Bennington LM3000
The Rice Institute Computer 1959 - 1971
University of Manchester
Rebuilding the Atanasoff-Berry Computer (ABC)
Rodney Moffitt's Micro Programmed Arithmetic Processor
William's homemade computer wire-wrapped 486
Build Your Own Forth Threading models and more.
Forth Chips NOVIX e.t.c.