DeCodeR wrote:how match PCB Wave Buble 2010 (PCB kit) ?
How match what? There are no kits available. Make it yourself.
As an update, I got test boards back from BatchPCB.com, E-tested them myself and they appear good. I ordered parts for the battery board, assembled that, and it works fine (waiting on battery), but the LED works, FT232RL Works, and I'm able to Echo text back in a terminal session. I'm currently waiting on a stencil so I can reflow solder the main board, or at least the more complicated side, and then I'll be able to test the main board. If you're interested heres what it's cost me so far:
PCBs 14$ each from BatchBCP.com + shipping and handing = around 40$
Parts for Lithium Ion Battery board, including battery and shipping = 34$
The VCO's are 29.95$ each from mini-circuits.com, and so far my newark.com order for all the other parts (cheaper than digikey by far for most items) is around 40$. In total, you're looking at around 100-130$ or so for all the parts required, not including a case, plus a few hours of your time.
If you don't want to spend that much, go to dealxtreme, they have jammers on there for 19$, and they work to about 5-10 feet. I bought one so I know. You should only attempt this if you know what you're doing with SMDs
wing23 wrote:I think I can forget about the project :/
I have troubles getting the needed parts and I don't know what troubles the customs might give ...
what trouble are you having? Do you not have internet access? a mailing address? Like the other commenter, I do not know how you cannot get stuff using the internet.
You can get EVERY THING you need from those 7 links... you're just too lazy to do it.