This is a handy little charger that can provide a charging current of up to 120 mA continuously for batteries in the range up to 12 volts. The supply is housed in a small plastic enclosure 90 x 55 x 32 mm.
Explaining ARRL Technical Reviews of Radios a brief tutorial on radio testing. The ARRL Lab tests radio equipment according to standardized test procedures, using calibrated professional test equipment. Info on transmitter and receiver tests
SatNOGS DB is an effort to create an hollistic, unified, global database for all artificial objects in space (satellites and spacecrafts). You can view and export the data, contribute to it, or even connect your application using API.
An explanation of the different procedures and definitions that are commonly used for blocking dynamic range (BDR) measurements. Dynamic range in general is the ratio between the weakest signal a system can handle and the strongest signal the same system can handle simultaneously without an operator switching attenuators or turning volume potentiometers
This is basic instructions for homemade 4G Antenna working on 2600 MHz UMTS featuring 13 14 dBi gain. This antenna is desigend to resonate on microwave frequencies in two segments from 2500 to 2570 MHz for Uplink, and from 2620 to 2690 MHz for Downlink.