Elektor January & February Double Issue Now Available

December 10, 2013 | 14:37
Elektor January & February Double Issue Now Available
Elektor January & February Double Issue Now Available

So this was Christmas,
And what have you done?
Another year over,
And a new one just begun.
And here is Elektor's January February double edition,
I hope you have fun.
The near and the dear ones,
The old and the young *


From past experience and trials we’ve come to understand that the Elektor readership is really keen on having a big bunch of circuits, ideas, reviews, lab reports, and various unfinished symphonies, to get them through the solstitio brumali — the very dead of winter. Our double editions traditionally are the best sold and draw the highest response rates, which is gratifying to say the least. Hence our decision to publish two of them every year. Our first double-size edition for the year 2013, covering January and February, is available now.


On the following 100-odd editorial pages we aim to strike a balance between small circuits and larger ones. Here is the table of contents for the latest edition of Elektor:


  • Elektor World
  • RL78 Green Energy Challenge Winners Announcement
  • Frontline breaking news
  • Component Tips: MIC502 and MAX6643 Fan-speed controllers
  • Audio Streamer
  • Toroid cutting
  • USB Current Unlimited - the sequel
  • Aviation Scanner
  • Humidity Sensor
  • Aviation Band Antenna
  • Taming the Beast (2)
  • Embedded Linux made Easy (7)
  • Arduino on Course (4)
  • The 7-uP Alarm Clock/Time-Switch (1)
  • Kiddies Toothbrush Timer
  • 13-IN-A-BOX
  • Tropical or Arctic?
  • 2-Wire Interface version 2.0
  • Simple On-bike Power Supply
  • Capacitive Proximity Switch
  • HangTux
  • A Striking Digital Clock
  • Caught in the Ring Light
  • Inrush Current Limiter
  • Rechargeable Battery Checker
  • Realistic LED Candle
  • News & New Products
  • Open Source Hardware
  • Retronics: Philips PR9103 Portable Stroboscope (1956)
  • Hexadoku


Elektor GREEN and GOLD members can download their digital copy from the Elektor.Magazine website. Former PLUS subscribers can log in using their customary Elektor Plus login data. All other members can log in using their e-mail address as the user name, and their membership number as the password.


The January/February 2013 edition is on sale now in our web shop and in your local bookshop or newsstand.


* Lyrics (well, most of them) by John Lennon.
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