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Antennas : End-Fed
  • Multi-band End-Fed Antenna - An excellent guide to homebrewing multi band end-fed antennas. The article, embed several drawings including diagrams and detailed pictures, illustrating the basic funcionality of end-fed antennas. The author gives some basic hints on how to build a half size antenna for 80 40 to 10 meters and a 6 meter to 40 meter configuration. It is also well described how to build the impedance transformer and the loading coils for lower bands.
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Operating Modes : DMR
  • Guide to DMR Code Plugs - Basic information on code plugs. What code plugs is, how to set up a code plug, transmit talk groups and configuring zones.
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  • Sample code plugs for DMR Radios - Starter Code Plugs and Information for the New DMR User These code plugs were are set up specifically for three UHF repeaters in the York / Harrisburg, PA area. These are working examples only and to be used as guides.
    [ Hits: 79 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 5.5 ]
Operating Modes : Internet Linking : AllStarLink
  • AllStarLink Wiki - Guide to AllStarLink the world wide network of Amateur Radio repeaters, remote base stations and hot spots accessible to each other via the Internet and/or private IP networks.
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Technical Reference : Components : Datasheets
  • Icchipword - ICChip, as an electronics-guide website, provides you with the industry professional electronic components data sheets, parameters, packaging and brand manufacturer information, as well as product-risk assessment and control, other environmental conflict mineral procurement and reporting solutions. Hope these semiconductors and electronic components data in each document can solve your problems and meet your requirements.
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Technical Reference : Raspberry Pi
  • Guide to decode SSTV with RaspberryPi and RTL-SDR - A tutorial on how to setup a receiver capable to decode SSTV signals with a small RaspberryPi version 2 and a RTL-SDR dongle. The author explains how to install the needed software to interface the RTL-SDR and a step by step guide to install the QSSTV software used to decode the signals.
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