We finally istalled semi permanently an HF Station on CD4190's SUV , Consists of a Kenwood TS-50 and a AT-100 Automatic antenna tuner the intallation was a little bit complicated due RFI problems and some ground loops .
2:45 Chile . we just saw a flash in the sky , big enought to ionizate the air , sky is pink , direction east .
Publicado por Francisco J. Aguirre Contreras en 21:55
Publicado por Francisco J. Aguirre Contreras en 19:13
I bought about two months ago a Quansheng Dual band radio , it features all the bells and whistles of a more expensive radios , but no DTMF (Do you really use DTMF Everyday ?) and for 130 USD with all the accesories plus an extra battery , Quality is respectable , soldering at component level is aceptable , Yes i opened the radio, couldnt wait more than a week without trying to open it , well as usually i bought the external microphone, and Radiogearpro the vendor sent me as gift a covert earpiece , the radio is thought , uses a SMA-F Conector ,so i ordered the adaptor to bnc , to be able to hook the radio to my external antennas , has a fool mode , that converts the radio into comercial mode , replacing the freq display in memory mode to a Channel mode, just like the old FT.23r from yaesu , reception is superb for the price , the receiver kicks in the butt my icom ic-t7e handheld , both in uhf and VHF , things i miss Airband ,and more wideband reception , but for a $100 USD radio , FM Broadcasting reception is crappy , Thats what happens when you try to listen FM WIDE on a narrow filter , for the price is an aceptable radio , i programmed the local repeaters , FRS/GMRS radios , and Finally i got a radio that was able to do 6,25KHZ steps for PMR446 standard ,now i can also talk on PMR 446 . also marine band channels were programmed including the CH16 for emergencies
Why the hell is tinky twinky is stalking my radio !
It Would not take to long befor our goverment will start to put Warning on French fries About the possibility of having a hearth attack , or making hookers to wear Tshirt that say "You can get more than a good time from this hooker "
Publicado por Francisco J. Aguirre Contreras en 18:35
Have you ever dreamed about having a little workbench that you can haul around the house , tired about those portable wood working workbenches that aren't practic for working in electronics , being on a shoestring student budget i had to design and build one with what i had on hand , the solution came in the form of a TV rolling table , that with some modifications became a nice electronics workbench , so this is the result after an evening , some screws and wood :
added a soldering iron stand , a power supply , multimeter , lab magnifier , and a screwdrivers holder
Publicado por Francisco J. Aguirre Contreras en 12:42