A Phaser Unit

Stompboxes circuits published in magazines, books or on DIY electronics websites.
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From British magazine "Practical Electronics", this looks good, I've got a few other Phaser circuits, and they don't compare to this.

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[smilie=a_holycrap.gif] OMG, why? It must have taken ages to copy this info in Excel.
Please make yourself a favor, and use CAD software to draw schematics. Many are free.

Or even simpler, give a direct link: https://worldradiohistory.com/UK/Practi ... -S-OCR.pdf (page 50)
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JiM wrote:
29 Jul 2020, 08:03
[smilie=a_holycrap.gif] OMG, why? It must have taken ages to copy this info in Excel.
Please make yourself a favor, and use CAD software to draw schematics. Many are free.
Or even simpler, give a direct link: https://worldradiohistory.com/UK/Practi ... -S-OCR.pdf (page 50)
Taking your queries one at a time.....
"OMG, why?" I say "Why not?"
" It must have taken ages to copy this info in Excel." Yes, it did, but the lion's share of it, and a lot of other similar projects, was done a few years ago.
"...use CAD software to draw schematics. Many are free." I know there are several CAD freebies out there, but from my experiences with it, they are all way too complicated. I've tried BX, made by a firm called MCE, based in Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire - that was DOS based! When I worked for BAE, I had to use a CAD system made by Mentor Graphics - that was too complicated. I tried one that comes from RS - that was equally too complicated.
All I'm after is something that has Schematic Capture with a library attached, and the means of exporting the schematic onto, say. a Word Document.
"Or even simpler, give a direct link..." I didn't know you can do that! What would be better is to take parts of a pdf file and put it in a separate one.
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JiM wrote:
29 Jul 2020, 08:03
[smilie=a_holycrap.gif] OMG, why? It must have taken ages to copy this info in Excel.
Please make yourself a favor, and use CAD software to draw schematics. Many are free.

Or even simpler, give a direct link: https://worldradiohistory.com/UK/Practi ... -S-OCR.pdf (page 50)
Once you have the basic shapes it is can be quick and very easy to read. Personally, I find cad circuit drawings look awful and eagle, whatever it's called is worse!!

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