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Why this site
Since I was a boy I have been interested in electronics. Until today, I fixed and burnt lots of stuff, built hundreds of PCBs, some were bad because they didn’t work or were useless, some others made me proud of myself. I’d like to share this with people.
Why the name
Andy, as might be expected, is my name – progetti means projects in Italian: Italian is my nationality.
What is it
It is a collection of my best PCBs with the complete instructions and everything you need to build them. Some come from original schematics, some not, often a mix of both. Publications are split in three different categories as explained below.
These projects are the single elements that, combined, form a system. For that reason they generally cannot be used by themselves, probably you should connect them to something else, some other elements, some other projects, some other PCBs.
Here we have the systems described before. Combining some PCBs in the right way, it is possible to build complete devices. In most cases, however, it is not so easy because some elements of the system might not be compatible or ready to be used with the others. In these situations sometimes it could be enough to change something in the elements, but sometimes it could be necessary to add one or more specific PCBs in order to interface properly with the single elements of the system.
Guidelines, tricks, manuals, curiosities, etc, belong to this section. Here you should find all you need to make the projects published in the site and something more.
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