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An electronic device is a device that functions on principles administering the behavior of electrons.

In an electronic device the components are meant to be associated, usually by being soldered to a printed circuit board, to create an electronic circuit with a particular function. Components may be packaged singly or in more complex groups as integrated circuits (IC’s).

The history of electronics began to evolve separately from the history of electricity. It is a story of the twentieth century, and revolves around three key components: the Vacuum Tube, the Transistor, and the Integrated Circuit.

Many different methods of connecting components have been used over the years. For instance, early electronics projects often used point to point wiring with components attached to wooden breadboards to construct circuits. Digital electronics are the electronics that transformed our lives beginning in the 1970s.

The use of electronic circuits is inevitable in today’s world. People wake up with an alarm clock, drink coffee from a coffee machine, work with computers, watch television, attend video conferences, communicate by means of phones and go to sleep while adjusting the electronic alarm for the next day. Home electronics, computing, cars, phones, satellites and many more prominent items in our lives contain electronics.

A bug is a device placed in an office, home, hotel room, or other area to monitor conversations and transmit them out of that area to a listening post. This archive has a lot of documents on creating and detecting bugs.

TV piracy involves the illicit use of conditional access cable, in order to gain, and potentially provide to others, unauthorized access to pay-TV or even private media broadcasts. Many documents on TV piracy are also in depth in this archive.

Electronics projects include; TV jammers, electrical timers, tracking equipment, phone taps and much much more!

Guide to Stealing Cable

Guide to Stealing Cable comprehensively describes different methods employed for scrambling paid cable TV channels. Moreover it also reveals the steps that are being taken to beat cable scrambling and provides a lot of supplementary information on the matter. ...

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Cable TV Pirating

Cable TV Pirating educates the reader on inband gated sync which is a well-known method for cable scrambling. You will further get to know about the workings of Cable TV Pirating by using inband gated sync and the reasons behind its prevalent usage. ...

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Pirating Cable TV

Pirating Cable TV is an easy to follow how-to article which provides one of the most commonly used method for Scrambling Air Pay TV. Read on to know which systems are used for pirating in areas where there are no cables and how it is similar to SSAVI scrambling -- ...

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How to Decode Pay TV

Would you like to know How to Decode Pay TV? This guide provides a brief intro of scrambling systems, overview of scrambling in Europe, characteristics of major scrambling systems. Here you will also find info and uses of different TV decoding software so you can watch cable for free by hacking pay TV. ...

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Cable Converter

There are so many scrambled channels that simply can't be received. It does not matter if the TV is cable ready or not, for viewing those channels you will need Cable Converter. By reading this you will get familiarity with cable converters and also learn an effective method to receive those cable channels. ...

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Pirate Radio

Pirate Radio means unregulated radio transmission. Provided here is detailed description on how can one get on air for free by pirating radio. Readers and hobbyists with minimum technical proficiency will find this very interesting. What's more? You will also find tidings on cable descrambler -- ...

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Variable-Pitch Frequency Generator

Have you ever noticed the mischievous kids in school playing around with a small device that produces high frequency annoying sounds? Here we present easy to follow instructions and clear diagrams to build Variable-Pitch Frequency Generator that would create the same effect. ...

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How to Make Electronic Timers Using the “555” IC

This is actually two separate circuit plans - #1 - a timer which triggers a relay, and #2 - the relay controlled ignition circuit. After looking at the schematic, you may wonder what the point of the relay circuit is - why not just put the igniter in place of the relay coil on circuit one? The answer is this: There is not enough current to burn the steel wool, due most likely to the resistance of the 555 ti ...

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