It can’t be me, surely. I program computers and web site for a living. Why can’t I set the clock on a VX-8GE? I’m finding the manual for this radio well below par. When trying to enter the APRS callsign earlier, I had to look in a completely different part of the manual, to find […]
I bought two Cherry G81 keyboards years ago, way back in 2003 if my memory serves me right. The main reason I bought them was because they had a USB hub built into them (4 ports) and they keyboard, whilst of the membrane type, was of a very high quality. The keyboards have served me […]
The G7LFC-L Echolink node has today been updated. The node initially used a Acer Travelmate 2300 laptop, with a 1.5GHz Celeron processor. Whilst not state-of-the-art, the new node uses a dual-core AMD 64 X2 5200 processor that should reduce any interruptions to the transmitted/received audio during Echolink contacts. We’ve been testing a weather station on another PC […]
I’ve heard from Quotedesk and they’ve now fixed the wording of their Ploicy Wording document to include transmitting antennas, as well as the original receiving antennas.
Like many UK Radio Amateurs, I have been looking around for new Amateur Radio insurance over the last couple of months. One of the companies I have been talking to is Quotedesk, a company recommended by the Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB). They’ve been very persistent whilst I have been contemplating who I should […]
SOS Radio Week 2012 starts at 00:00 on Saturday 21st January and concludes at 23:59 on Sunday the 29th. The event will see over forty-five sponsored Amateur Radio stations contact as many other Amateur Radio stations throughout the UK and around the world to raise money for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI). Some of […]