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QRP Labs U3S WSPR Transmitter Build and Test

The QRP Labs U3S is a multi-mode transmitter kit. It outputs 200mw of power on any band you have a filter for, and is extendable to up to 6 bands that it can rotate through ...
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Catching up with MiscDotGeek: September 2017

It's been a busy month at Chez Geek. This post involves an improvised lathe, a burrito, Linux, antique cast iron, and a duck. We've been working on projects off and on, and have had some ...
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An Inexpensive Digital Multimeter for the Thrifty Ham

When playing with ham radio or any other electronics, it's pretty obvious that you need a Multimeter (DVM, Meter, whatever you want to call it) and if you're like me, you're on a bit of ...
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How to use a Reverse SSH tunnel to reach a server behind a NAT

If you're reading this, it means my server is online and running. You pointed your browser at my website and connected to my servers IP on port 80. That is totally possible because this is ...
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20M Inverted V with Lightweight Dipole Center

One of the many joys of being a ham radio operator is building antennas. I've covered the L-Match tuner and long wire antenna in the past, and while it's a great way to get on ...
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