I’ve given up on cheapo weather stations, they’re exactly that; cheaply made, unreliable communications-wise in an Amateur Radio environment and very inaccurate. I thought I’d have to save up lots of pennies to purchase an expensive unit like a Davis, or the like. However, I’ve come across, what just might be, a credible alternative that […]
I’ve just uploaded my images from the 2011 Ormskirk MotorFest. The gallery is available to view on the Photography menu.
My Echolink Internet linked simplex node is now on the air on 433.975 MHz – the node number is 609629.
I’ve just uploaded some images taken from Ormskirk about an hour after sunrise on a heavily frosted morning in December. Yes, it was cold, but I braved it. View the gallery and see what you think.
SOS Radio Week, a nine day long event during which Amateur Radio operators raise money for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), starts on January 23rd, 2010, and ends on January 31st. During that time I will be operating during all my spare time to raise money for this most worthy charity. On Saturday/Sunday 23rd/24th […]
I’ve banged on before about how I love my Nokia E71, even though I was anti-Nokia in the past. Well I thought it was time to see if the Sat Nav facility of my new phone would serve as a replacement for my ageing Tom Tom One.