Last night I’ve published my latest ham radio related service on the internet. It’s a regional classified ads web site, (Mercatino Radioamatoriale) fully in Italian, and dedicated to itailans Radioamatori. It’s time now to spread the voice, making some direct promotion for the service that I’ve setup in only 3 weeks, using a craig list
Geocities is closing on October 26 2009, and with it many ham radio related web sites will be lost. Currently Google index has 31,300,000 pages hosted on Geocieties.com and in particular, 6000+ pages related to Amateur Radio and 4000+ pages related to the Ham Radio keyword. This will mean that a large quantity of knowledge
That’s become a funny game during our last local net on 2 meters. The screenshot you can see here behind is an online tunable radio working on 80 40 and 20 meters band from Holland. We did enjoy comparing the delay beetween our receivers and the live feed coming form this web radio, and it
Surfing the net this evening, I jumped into the AMSAT UK site looking for satellite informations. The site reuslts hacked as you can see in above picture. A quick jump to archive.org revealed that the amsat site has been implemented using Joomla a popular open source content management system that too very often release security
DXTuners is back online. After this spring shutdown, looks like the system is starting up again, maybe thanks to Kelly SM0NHC or maybe not. This is not clear yet. Looks like this new system will host selected remote stations only and subscription will be free of charge.
Today surfing the net looking for ham radio live streaming, or remote controlled radios, I’ve jumped into dxtuners.com. Sadly, I’ve been redirected to new Kelly Lindman blog, where he annouce that his dxtuners.com has been shutted down by himself due lack of interest and time. I’ve been an estimator of Kelly’s work since 1998 when