The first part of the article mentioned about how you can tap from the secondary diode to get the desire output through the 7808 voltage regulator. The weakness of this circuit is that it can’t power up the 17″ Monitor because the power supply have some limitation in delivering current to the bigger CRT tube. The power supply will either shut itself off or power blink. In order to counter this problem, we have to tap voltage from some other places in the Monitor. Unfortunately there were no more places (point) in the Monitor where you can tap the voltage to power up the bigger CRT tube. Due to we could not locate the point then we have to create (design) our own circuit. The best is to use the Monitor flyback transformer ferrite core and with wire loop around the core will produce high pulse ac. This high pulse … Read More
News feeds via RSS has snowballed, and is proliferating into everything from personalized websites, RSS readers, news aggregators, and mobile phones.
So what is RSS?
RSS = Really Simple Syndication, it is a way to syndicate your website news, or blog news, or any content for that matter to the rest of the world (all through a commonly defined lightweight XML format)
Originated by UserLand in 1997 and subsequently used by Netscape, RSS has evolved into a popular means of sharing content between sites
What is an RSS feed?
Its XML formatted text, the best way to explain it is to give a simple example as follows;
Feed Name [http://www.website.com/feedname.xml/]
Content of XML feed
A news feed reader reads that XML formatted text file and displays the title and description, the user then links to the site for more information
Who do I submit the feed to?
Once you have … Read More