Monthly Archives: April 2014

Get E”meshed”

Resistance is futile and you will be assimilated…oh, wait that was on StarTrek. What we’re talking about here is a “high-speed, self discovering, self configuring, fault tolerant (I could use that feature personally!), wireless computer network that can run for … Continue reading

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SDR $20 Radio

Todd, VE3LMM, gave the club a terrific talk last night about the RTL-SDR TV tuner dongle available online for $20. The dongle can be easily converted into a wideband (24 to 1766 MHz) SDR using free software. There are other … Continue reading

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Speaker Mic Antenna, a weird accessory

Originally posted on Ham Radio Blog PD0AC:
As seen on eBay, and it’s yours for about $15. Strange as this gadget may look, I actually see an advantage when it comes to range. A handheld firmly attached to your…

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OARC Monthly Meeting – Tuesday, April 8, 2014

When: Tuesday, April 8, 2014, from 7 pm to 9 pm Where:Tim Hortons, 754 Bronte Road, Oakville (west side of Bronte Rd., just south of the QEW) Topic: The $20 Software-Defined Radio Todd VE3LMM will be telling you how, using a PC and … Continue reading

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