Radio electronics

13 channels
Channel Adafruit Industries

Adafruit Industries

Adafruit was founded in 2005 by MIT engineer, Limor "Ladyada" Fried. Her goal was to create the best place online for learning electronics and making the best designed products for makers of all ages and skill levels. Adafruit has grown to over 50 employees in the heart of NYC with a 15,000+ sq ft. factory. Adafruit has expanded offerings to include tools, equipment and electronics that Limor personally selects, tests and approves before going in to the Adafruit store. Limor was the first female engineer on the cover of WIRED magazine and was recently awarded Entrepreneur magazine's Entrepreneur of the year. Ladyada is on the NYC Industrial Business Advisory Council. In 2014 Adafruit was ranked #11 in the top 20 USA manufacturing companies and #1 in New York City by Inc. 5000 "fastest growing private companies".

Channel bigclivedotcom


The trashiest electronic channel on YouTube. We test and use affordable electronic soldering equipment and tools to build, teardown, modify (and sometimes destroy) random electronic stuff. Many of the builds and projects featured here operate at full mains voltage and carry a high risk of shock and fire. As such they're really intended for either entertainment value or for those who do similar stuff. The videos are generally uncensored and may contain tasteless jokes, profanities and even blood and electric shocks when things go wrong. So just like a normal workshop really. So kick back, grab a beer and enjoy the ride.

Channel EEVblog


NO SCRIPT, NO FEAR, ALL OPINION An off-the-cuff Video Blog about Electronics Engineering, for engineers, hobbyists, enthusiasts, hackers and Makers Hosted by Dave Jones from Sydney Australia DONATIONS: Bitcoin: 3KqyH1U3qrMPnkLufM2oHDU7YB4zVZeFyZ Ethereum: 0x99ccc4d2654ba40744a1f678d9868ecb15e91206 PayPal: Patreon: EEVblog2: EMAIL: Advertising/Commercial: Fan mail: Hate Mail: PLEASE: DO NOT ask for personal advice on something, post it in the EEVblog forum I get over 80,000 video views *each day*. That means a *lot* of email asking for advice, I simply can't keep up. I read ALL email, and try to read all Youtube comments, but please don't be offended if I don't have time to reply. Snail Mail: Mailbag PO Box 7949 Baulkham Hills NSW 2153 AUSTRALIA

Channel elektor


Elektor International Media BV is the publisher of the international electronics magazine Elektor. In addition to the English edition of Elektor, EIM is responsible for the Dutch, German and French editions. Elektor is available in more than 50 countries, and each month it reaches a million people with a passionate interest in electronics. Our slogan is thus quite rightly 'Electronics worldwide'.

Channel Julian Ilett

Julian Ilett

Electronics on the cheap - electricity for free. I buy cheap electronics modules and components direct from Chinese sellers via eBay. Most of this stuff works fine and the gadgets that I build work OK. But some of it is dodgy (even fake) and that's where the fun starts! I like to use solar panels to power my workshop. This free energy is low voltage, so it's safe (mostly).

Channel mikeselectricstuff


Video department of If you want to contribute : If you want to contact me do it via the website above, not Youtube messaging

Channel GreatScott!


Awesome Electronics Tutorials, Projects and How To´s Imprint/Impressum: GreatScott! c/o Birkenallee 24 36037 Fulda WARNING!: Do not send fan mail to the address given by the imprint!

Channel Applied Science

Applied Science

Subscribe to see interesting applications of science and technology. You'll see how an electron microscope was built in a home shop, how an X-ray backscatter system works, how to make aerogel, and many other hi-tech projects. Topics usually include electromechanical systems, chemistry, and electronics. Hosted by Ben Krasnow.

Channel electronupdate


Review of electronic test and measurement equipment. Tips and techniques for electronic design. Cool projects! Tear down and analysis of LED light bulbs. Teardown and analysis of silicon. If you wish to email me please contact me at electronupdate (at) Blog at: Photos at:

Channel Jeremy Blum

Jeremy Blum

I'm an Electrical Engineer developing open-source hacks, building robot armies, blogging + vlogging, and promoting sustainability and entrepreneurship. My videos aim to educate people about the world of engineering, technology, and science.

Channel Make


Make: brings the do-it-yourself mindset to all the technology in your life. Make: is loaded with exciting projects that help you make the most of your technology at home and away from home. This is a magazine that celebrates your right to tweak, hack, and bend any technology to your own will.

Channel mjlorton


Play, discover, learn and enjoy! A channel for anyone interested in solar power, electronic measurement equipment, multimeters and other bits and bobs! Loads of projects, reviews, tutorials, how to's, fun testing, experiments, innovative ideas and solutions. Presented from an amateur / hobbyist / enthusiast point of view. New videos uploaded several times a week. Enjoy!

Channel Red Pitaya

Red Pitaya

Red Pitaya was designed to help people learn programming and realize all types of engineering projects – from fun DIY to advanced challenges.


The section "Electronics" is intended for radio amateurs. Nowadays today's youth, for the most part, find it difficult to understand this term. It's all about progress, as well as a sharp change in priorities among young people.

During the Soviet era, the topic of radio electronics was one of the most popular. Every self-respecting guy considered it necessary to solder the LED light music and connect it to his tape recorder. Almost every house had a soldering iron, solder and rosin - we understand that for many, this is not a very clear terminology.

In the then market or in stores, quite a lot of various parts were sold, which made it possible to solder good radio equipment, radio receivers at home, as well as repair many household appliances.

And today the issue of radio electronics interests many people. Basically, these are specialists who are engaged in this radio electronics by type of activity. Modern technology has gone far ahead and the principles of equipment work as well.

Today, entire pieces of equipment are occupied by only one microcircuit the size of a five-kopeck coin. In the old days, it could make up, for example, up to a third of the TV, which was still working on radio tubes.

If you are interested in electronics, then our resource has prepared a section of the same name for you, where you can watch a lot of interesting videos. Professionals in their field will exchange experience regarding the assembly of various radio-electronic equipment, equipment repair, as well as new products in this area.

This section can also be interesting for those who are engaged in mining. Mining is getting cryptocurrency by working with special equipment based on video cards. Experts will tell you about the possible reasons for their breakdown, as well as repair. We think it will be interesting.