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
www.maverickmancunian.com my brother Michael
www.johnnypops.demon.co.uk John Popplewell
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.