Televisions are an amazing innovation that allow for endless hours of entertainment and information dissemination, but sometimes you just want them off! Make a TV remote jammer as a joke, to get a few hours of quite or just for fun.
Tired of remote control jockeys speeding through the channels? Here's your chance to stop them dead in their tracks.
Step 1: Start setting up the components
Step 2: Make the first round of connections
Step 3: Connect resistors and diodes
Step 4: Make the next round of connections
Step 5: Connect the LEDs
Step 6: Complete the setup
Step 7: Test it
Step 8: Solder the components
Step 9: Hide your creation!
Step 10: Make the switch
The first practical TV remote control was the "Space Command" manufactured by Zenith in 1956.
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