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Tag Archives: hamradio
Note that this was rescheduled due to me being busy with disaster recovery. We can talk about that, too if anyone is interested. — Please join us on Friday, May 6th at 14:00 UTC for: Ubuntu and Amateur (Ham) Radio … Continue reading
I’m transitioning from the last week of disaster recovery back to my ‘normal’ working days, and wanted to dump a sort of record of events here before I forget. I have other posts planned, about how to prepare if you … Continue reading
Please join us on Tuesday, May 3rd at 16:00 UTC for: Ubuntu and Amateur (Ham) Radio for Ubuntu Open Week Steve Conklin AI4QR, and Kamal Mostafa KA6MAL Curious about what you can do with Amateur Radio and Ubuntu? Curious about … Continue reading
White Star plans to launch a transatlantic balloon flight attempt at 0000 UTC (Thursday evening for most of the US). If you’re a ham operator set up for digital modes, you can monitor the telemetry transmissions on the 40m band … Continue reading
A few words about disasters . . . The best way to help the people in Japan is with cash. Blankets, shoes, books, and other physical goods are counter-productive. Cash travels to the most effective place for the acquisition of … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting interview with some history and behind-the-scenes information about the site qrz.com. QRZ.com is one of the largest sites in the world serving amateur radio. A quote from that interview: “The new QRZ runs the Ubuntu 64-bit server. … Continue reading