Awarru wrote:I am interested too in the boards but the link posted above is for the old board. Has erich81 finished his redesigned PCB's with the .BRD file that works in Batch PCB? If so where are the designs?
cornz wrote:Quite frankly i physically shudder when i think what this project has cost me.
£200 for a smd rework kit, £50 for a scope, £130 for the vcos for both wavebubble kits, $150 for the parts from digikey (now that i did have to pay charges) and all the other little parts, solder paste, liquid flux, etc etc. So its a seriously expensive project. Its not something to undertake lightly. I'm at the programming point on mine and a know *nothing* about compiling, commenting out et-al...So, you have to put a lot in..... Just go buy a cheap fixed frequency jammer, or search and build a proper "boy's toy"...
Its a real shame that we cant do a group buy for the parts.
It would probably work out no cheaper with minimum parts quantities etc but if anyone is willing, i'm game....Would certainly make it easier for people...
Slowrider wrote:Hi All,
I have been reading the threads with great interest. I found the Wave Bubble PCB available for purchase on BatchPCB.com http://batchpcb.com/index.php/Products/26985 and it is presently imposable to make an international order as they have a bug in their system. So I too am interested in trying to find a set of boards.
Great read though, I am learning a lot.
cornz wrote:Or am i talking poo???
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