Monthly Archives: March 2010

A GPS Disciplined Frequency Standard

As a radio amateur it is always nice to know that measurements you may make in the course of building and maintaining your station are accurate. Frequency is not the most straightforward measurement to verify and, unlike for some measurements, … Continue reading

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Some bad news…

It looks like the recent emergence of so-called “Gigabit” power line adaptors (mis-sold: they’re actually only capable of 200 Mbits) has finally marked the march of power line networking onwards from its traditional home interfering with HF radio up into … Continue reading

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.. and some good news.

Don Beattie has, on behalf of the RSGB, responded to OFCOM’s laughable response from September 2009 to the RSGB’s official letter of complaint concerning power line networking adaptors. He continues to do sterling work in countering the frankly ridiculous position … Continue reading

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