Tagged: radio

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Single vs Multi Channel Architectures for WiFi

Almost every area of IT has its holy wars. Whether it’s processors and AMD vs Intel vs ARM, GPU with AMD vs NVidia or even operating systems with Linux, Windows and even BSD in...

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Moving a Point-to-Point Microwave Link

At one station I volunteer for, we use a 1.5GHz microwave link to connect between the studio and the transmitter site on top of a hill nearby. Now I should stress that microwave link...

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Flipping Over to Your Competitor?!?

Weirdly, I had a problem I’ve not seen for years crop up recently. And it all started with complaints about car radios flipping between us and a competitor radio station. That’s not a good...

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Making the Hop

It’s something I’ve briefly mentioned in the past but not something I’ve ever covered in detail. However, it is something that’s appeared on my radar again – point-to-point WiFi links. While I’ve never been...

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Weather with You

While waiting in for a delivery one weekend (thanks to my partner for that one!) I ended up mucking about with one of those USB TV reciever dongles. Specifically, one that can be used...

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Playing the Music You Want to Hear

I once heard someone say that there are two things in volunteer radio stations that can cause big arguments – jingles and music. While I do believe that’s somewhat unfair, experience tells me music...

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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...