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Space Station FM Repeater Online!

ISS FM repeater informationDownlink: 437.800 +/- dopplerUplink: 145.990 (67hz PL Tone)...  READ MORE

UncleBrad
09/16/2020
Events
Make a replica of the GENIAC Electric Brain from 1955!

Michael Gardi posted instructions for making a replica of the GENIAC ("GENIus Almost-automatic Computer") that was sold in kit form in the 1950s and 1960s for $20.GENIAC consisted of a Masonite back panel with six areas of concentric perforations, six similarly perforated Masonite disks, and some additional hardware listed in the supplies section below.Slotted brass bolts were ...  READ MORE

UncleBrad
07/16/2020
How-To
Pine Board Project "The Beginning"

One of my favorite YouTube channels, The Radio Shop, features a multi-part series of videos on the building of Bob Heil's "Pine Board Transmitter" into an old repurposed CB linear amplifier case....  READ MORE

UncleBrad
07/09/2020
Events
Swan 330 VFO In Action
Demonstrated by Tom, KD5VSV

KD5VSV demonstrates the how the 330 is used for general coverage receive on the Swan 600-R Custom SS-16 receiver.  If anybody know where one of these truly rare VFOs can be found, please pass it on to me!...  READ MORE

UncleBrad
05/27/2020
How-To
7 INCREDIBLE Projects with a simple FAN

[This is a very-well produced video which quickly walks you through some amazing (and useful) things you can do with a muffin fan]...  READ MORE

UncleBrad
05/19/2020
How-To
35 Years of Windows
A Look At the First Hello World Program!

Windows has evolved a lot over 35 years of development. Today we're going to look at the first version of Windows, released in 1985, its corresponding Hello World application, and then seeing if it's possible to run these applications on a modern version of Windows...  READ MORE

UncleBrad
05/19/2020
Lost Technologies
'90s Software Claimed To Double Your RAM
The SoftRam95 Scam

SoftRAM claimed to double the available Random-access memory on your computer for $79.95. Here's what happens when you run it on your [vintage] computer....  READ MORE

UncleBrad
05/10/2020
Lost Technologies
Using Punch Cards in 1947
Hollerith and IBM

An interview with Bubbles Whiting who, in her early career used punch cards in her everyday work life. Part of the Heritage Lottery funded Viva Computer project from the Centre for Computing History....  READ MORE

UncleBrad
05/10/2020
Lost Technologies
KPH Radio Station
Last Active Morse Station in US

KPH is a public coast radio station on the West Coast of the United States. For most of the 20th century, it provided ship to shore communications including telegrams and marine telex service.Guglielmo Marconi sited and commissioned the building of a wireless telegraphy transmitting station west of Bolinas and a receiving station in Marshall on Tomales Bay in 1913–14. The Marshall station wa...  READ MORE

UncleBrad
05/05/2020
Lost Technologies
The SBE-34 SSB Transceiver
by Pete, N6QW

[I had one of these in my 1978 Ford Granada in the early eighties, and have a couple of find examples at the QTH.  These little transceivers were way ahead of their time in many ways.]Here is an example of what an IC7300 might look like some 50 years ago. It is a hybrid rig using Germanium (mostly PNP) transistors in the low level stages. So OK a couple of NPN (2N706) in several key locations...  READ MORE

UncleBrad
04/10/2020
Lost Technologies
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