Axino-Tech is based in Wellington; New Zealand.
Previously employed by Kordia and predecessors BCL, BCNZ and NZBC, I have over 40 years experience as a broadcast technician and consultant. For my background and history see the ABOUT page. From the start of 2019, my toes are in retirement space, but this site is maintained with articles that may still be relevant and hopefully useful to some. If you have followed this site, obsolete material has been removed. I find there is so much now on the web about every conceivable matter and do not wish to contribute greatly to the noise level. Bruce Whiteside.
Circuits, ideas and sub-systems developed in-houseLatest on the bench
- Internet radio project NEW
- Flicker meter for measuring LED lamps
- A DIY portable appliance tester (with Nextion touch screen display)
- Audio low pass filter ideas for FM transmitters
|The true costs of owning a new car UPDATE|
|Touching on the Realistic SA150 amplifier|
|A tale of three vacuum cleaners|
|Looking at flicker from LED lamps|
|The Axino mini-FM transmitter|
|Assessing a sound detector module from Jaycar|
|Jaycar's step-up voltage converter that wasn't|
|Revisiting TV loudness in 2015|
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