My first CB transceiver was a Hy-Gain II.
I’ve updated my openSPOT2 to the latest beta. Feel free to give me a call either on TG2400 or via Private Call to 2400029.
Just released – and I have already installed WordPress 5.2 🙂
You find the code plug to my Anytone AT-D878UV on GitHub!
My public GnuPG key is updated. Feel free to download the latest version from ax25.org/0x190E5F6B3F57C384.txt.
I just got a call on DMR from my Twitter friend WA1GOV 🙂
DMR, a short for Digital Mobile Radio, is an open standard defined by European Telecommunications Standards Institute for digital mobile radio. Radio amateurs around the globe has been using this standard to communicate.
The standard is defined only on the terminal side, not on the network side. Due to this, there was difficult in the early days to use repeater hardware from different manufacturers in the same network.
The problem using hardware of different brands was solved when the Brandmeister team released their server software and the site brandmeister.network.
You can connect prebuilt repeater hardware from Motorola and Hytera as well as home build repeaters using MMDVM to the Brandmeister system. You can also connect hotspots acting not as a repeater but as a bridge between the network and a RF frequency.
My DMR-ID is 2400029. In case you want to try, feel free to give me a private call. You can also call me on talk group 2400.
I’ve got a few new signatures on my GnuPG key. You find an updated key with all signature at ax25.org/0x190E5F6B3F57C384.txt.
ARRL has released TrustedQSL version 2.4.7. TrustedQSL, also know as TQSL, is used to digitally sign ADIF log files before uploading the log to Logbook of The World.
New for this release is that the 32-bit image is dropped. If you want to use Xubuntu on a 386 machine, please stay to the 18.04 version supported for another two years.
The release note can be found here.
I’ve been using Xubuntu since 2013 and I would like to take this opportunity to let everyone know how happy I am using Xubuntu. As I’m already using the 64-bit version I look forward to use Xubuntu many years to come.
Thanks a zillion to the entire Xubuntu team maintaining my favourite Linux distribution!