Monthly Archive: January 2015

Apple Macintosh 0

Thunderstrike (Na Na Na Na)

It almost sounds like something out of a movie: the evil villain quietly drops into the conference room and replaces the DisplayPort to VGA adapter with an evil one. Ok, I’ll admit, it’s not the...

Cisco Router as a PPTP VPN Server 1

Cisco Router as a PPTP VPN Server

It’s not often that I end up writing things about networks. Especially as my network credentials only stretch as far as a Computer Science degree and a CCENT. However, I thought it might be...

Underside of the Forth Rail Bridge 0

Logging Output with LiquidSoap

In ye olden days, logging of station output used to occasionally involve a stack of VCRs, long play tapes and presenters tasked with swapping out tapes. Nowadays, everything is done on a computer. It...

Overkill MIC Live Lamp 0

Overkill MIC Live Lamp

We’re all used to seeing those Canford boxes, Sonifed LED bars or even an incandescent lightbulb painted red. Turns out you can get a lot more complicated than that. It’s possible to combine a...

Deviation Meter 2

Two Processors One FM Service

It’s something you’re always advised against. Having two processors on a single transmission chain can result in the two of them “fighting” if you don’t know exactly what you’re doing. That said, even one...

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Raspberry Pi STL in a Box

I promised more details in the future about the Raspberry Pi STL build. Well, against all odds, I’m going to deliver! The project exists purely to solve a problem with getting audio between two...

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STLs and Raspberry Pis

It’s a weird one. When it first came out, people were struggling to figure out what to do with it. A surprising feature for something that sold out very quickly – the Raspberry Pi....