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. Will it cut wood with those wave forms.

  2. “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!

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

  4. someday i will understand it 🙂

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