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    Around that area I'd expect it to be a digital...

    Around that area I'd expect it to be a digital signal in the UK that's near to Freeview TV Transmissions
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    I've moved this post, while its to do with SDR...

    I've moved this post, while its to do with SDR it's clearly an advertisement
  3. Sticky: Ham Radio Forum Update - Community Leaders Required

    I thought I’d give a little Ham Radio Forum update to what’s been going on the last 12 months, you might have noticed that there’s been little input from myself around the site and Paul (M0TZO) has...
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    this section will be fine. hopefully someone will...

    this section will be fine. hopefully someone will be able to help you!
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    The only downtime since new year will be for...

    The only downtime since new year will be for server updates, we might not always warn of down time if its seconds rather than hours.

    That said if you're finding you can't access the site then...
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    PSK31 Theres sometimes PSK contests you'll easily spot...

    Theres sometimes PSK contests you'll easily spot them the exchange will be RST and a serial style exchange and be quick fire but isn't too many on that mode.
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    Just a quick update, I fixed an error I noticed...

    Just a quick update, I fixed an error I noticed due to SSL being enabled, apart from one issue it seems to be working as expected.
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    PSK31 Derv,You are correct about being robotic although...

    Derv,You are correct about being robotic although nothing stopping you typing free hand during the QSO rather than Macros piled with information that the other operator doesn't need, you might...
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    Trialling SSL on HamRadioForum

    This afternoon I setup SSL on the HamRadioForum domain, so you'll probably see https:// and a lock in the address bar.I'm hoping there will be no noticeable problems but should give some extra...
  10. Hi Jason, The 3d globe is rather nice to look...

    Hi Jason,

    The 3d globe is rather nice to look at, but when I'm trying to find a satellite pass I'm not always wanting to type the NORAD i just want to see when the next selection of AMSAT birds...
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    If its just a single repeater than vertical...

    If its just a single repeater than vertical polarised beam wouldn't be a bad choice if its some distance away, tricks going to be getting the beam pointing spot onto it, have you tried tweaking the...
  12. Thread: 2 meter beam

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    Bonus of the vertical antenna is that you won't...

    Bonus of the vertical antenna is that you won't need a rotator to point it at the repeater you want to operate via, but at the same time you lose the extra directionality and gain.
  13. Thread: 2 meter beam

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    Adding height to the beam also adds losses by...

    Adding height to the beam also adds losses by adding more cable so that could have caused the signals to go weaker.
  14. Thread: 2 meter beam

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    What style of coax? what's the polarity of the...

    What style of coax? what's the polarity of the beam?
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    Really depends on the mode of operation if FM...

    Really depends on the mode of operation if FM then a vertical or vertical polarised beam would be the way forward.

    If SSB/CW then you'd probably want a horizontal beam.
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    HRF is back from quick bit of downtime

    Some might have noticed HRF has been down a couple of times this afternoon, this was because I was installing security patches.

    Shouldn't be any further work needed now for a while.
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    Usual stuff, just no improvement.. still handy...

    Usual stuff, just no improvement.. still handy for support.
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    Only slept 3 hours in the last 24 ;)

    Only slept 3 hours in the last 24 ;)
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    Username has been changed as per request :)

    Username has been changed as per request :)
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    UZ7HO has a decoder...

    UZ7HO has a decoder http://uz7.ho.ua/packetradio.htm that supports 19200 but Windows.. However there is direwolf https://github.com/wb2osz/direwolf but I think it maxes out at 9600.. you might have...
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    Clearing Cookies helps it seems, Firefox is...

    Clearing Cookies helps it seems, Firefox is automatically blocking Flash so that might cause issue with ads sometimes but it will just give a warning.
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    Base Radios Internal birdy of the radio, which makes it a...

    Internal birdy of the radio, which makes it a pain for satellites like SO-50 :(
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    Looks like for some reason Firefox is flagging...

    Looks like for some reason Firefox is flagging the Advertising (from Google) as malware and redirecting user which is less than helpful.
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    Hmm strange about it redirecting noticing the...

    Hmm strange about it redirecting noticing the same thing happen here too, will investigate this evening.
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    Hi Scott, Excellent on being a software...

    Hi Scott,

    Excellent on being a software developer, I've been building my own web based logging app for some time with a group of friends called Cloudlog (https://github.com/magicbug/Cloudlog) it...
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