Chinglish

For something to do, the other day, I built a small function generator.

You know: one of those boxes that can generate a sine, square or saw-tooth waveform at varying frequencies.

You know the ones.

Anyway, it’s nothing fancy: just a kit from ebay.

For a fiver.

Yes, a function generator for five quid! It even comes with a perspex box to put it in!

Obviously, it’s Chinese and so the quality is a bit dubious at that price.

But it works fairly well.

Despite the building instructions:

“After completion of welding on IC, insert the might damage the chip!”

“Check the IC whether against, such as anti please timely correction.”

etc

Google Translate has it’s limitations, I think.

6 Comments

  1. Alan

    Will it cut wood with those wave forms.

    • Masher

      No.
      But it will cut mustard.

  2. Toffeeapple

    “You know: one of those boxes that can generate a sine, square or saw-tooth waveform at varying frequencies.”

    Actually, no, that sentence makes as much sense to me as the Chinese instructions!

    • Masher

      How long have you been reading this rubbish, TA?
      Have you learnt nothing? 🙂

  3. Brennig

    What are you going to do with all these waveforms you are now generating?

  4. Rajesh

    someday i will understand it 🙂

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