Hello,
Welcome to CryptLabs 🙂
My name is Ali a.k.a “Al1nuX“. I like Computers, Electronics, Robotics, Science and Software.
I love and support the Linux OS, the GNU Sponsored by the Free Software Foundation.
My personal and favourite OS is Arch Linux.
This is my little space on the internet, where I post about my projects & other interests.
I do hope that you enjoy your visit.
Thank you.

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My laptop bombarded with stickers 🤓

I’m in the process of upgrading and modifying my home-made CNC machine.

Trying the Numato Lab Waxwing Spartan 6 development board.

Waxwing Spartan6 Development Board is a low-cost FPGA development board with a lot of features including DDR SDRAM, 100M Ethernet, AC97 codec, and DVI-D. Waxwing Development Board features Waxwing Xilinx Spartan-6 FPGA Mini Module with high-density connectors for external IO interface.…

Gephi is the leading visualization and exploration software for all kinds of graphs and networks. Gephi is open-source and free.

While trying to run Gephi on my computer, I have faced an issue where the application doesn’t start. It will just show the startup logo screen and then quits.…

Building a HB9CV for the 2 Meters Band.

Modifying and rebuilding my home-made 3D delta robot.

It is based on the Kossel design.

Kossel is a parametric delta robot 3D printer, built in 2012 by Johann in Seattle, USA, based on his Rostock prototype.

It is named after Albrecht Kossel, German biochemist and pioneer in the study of genetics.…

My favourite soldering station. I build and fix my circuits using the Weller WXR3.

HB9CV

Building my home-made HB9CV antenna.

The HB9CV antenna was developed by the Swiss radio amateur Rudolf Baumgartner HB9CV in the 1950s.

The HB9CV allows for reasonable gain, a good front / rear gain ratio, and most of all: reasonable dimensions . It…

Photo by Ali A. Reihani

I stumbled upon this moth in the garden.

Utetheisa pulchella, the crimson-speckled flunkeycrimson-speckled footman, or crimson-speckled moth, is a moth of the family Erebidae. The species was first described by Carl Linnaeus in his 1758 10th edition of Systema Naturae.…

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