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Tanked.

This post is the last in a series about building a vintage tube transmitter. All ham radio, not a smidge of Linux. The most exciting, and anxiety provoking moment in a homebrew project is the “smoke test.” That moment when … Continue reading

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You can’t get there from here.

Still in an intense ham radio frame of mind, Linux is waiting… I have spent a surprisingly large amount of time trying to figure out the physical layout for point to point wiring of my tube transmitter. Deciding where the … Continue reading

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Above all else, do no harm.

Just ham radio in this post. 100% linux free this time. It is deep winter, and as always I am obsessed with building small radios in my warm, indoor workshop. This year there is a bit of a twist, as … Continue reading

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There are lobsters in the woods.

This post is about 98% ham radio, and 2% Linux. Jump to the bottom for the Linux related stuff. I got to participate this past summer in a really excellent ham radio event. This event is of interest to anyone … Continue reading

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You probably already know this.

I expect that most people looking at this blog have some familiarity with amateur (ham) radio, and will therefore be familiar with the term QRP. You will see QRP mentioned a lot in my blog. On the other hand, you … Continue reading

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