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Amateur Pioneer - Herb VK3JO

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A video showing Herb VK3JO, one of the early radio experimenters in the 1920's is now available

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Antenna Expert Jerry Sevick, W2FMI (SK):

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Jerry Sevick, W2FMI, became a Silent Key on November 29 after a brief illness. Sevick was a renowned authority on antennas and transmission line transformers, and was active on the air until just days before his passing. He was 90 years old. Sevick is best known among hams as author of "Transmission Line Transformers," "Building and Understanding Baluns and Ununs," and "The Short Vertical Antenna Handbook." He was also a prolific author of magazine articles in both amateur and professional technical media.

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Nokia 1280, 1616, 1800, 2220 slide and 2690 With Nokia Life Tools Unveiled

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Nokia unveiled five new mobile phones for emerging markets. The five new Nokia phones are comprised of the Nokia 1280, Nokia 1616, Nokia 1800, Nokia 2220 slide and Nokia 2690.


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Samsung W8200 Giorgio Armani Smartphone Leaked

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Gadgets today arent just useful tools and entertainment devices; theyre also a fashion statement. Thats what Apple built the whole iPod line on, and thats what Samsung is betting on with their latest smartphone project.


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ARNewsline # 1686 -- December 4 2009:

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The following is a Q-S-T. The FCC says its finally time to codify the Vanity Callsign system, more waivers granted by the FCC for employers to use ham employees in rescue radio drills, U-K hams stand ready if a bridge falls and Irelands national ham radio society gets an unexpected gift. Find out the details on Amateur Radio Newsline report number 1686 coming your way right now.

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NATO Special Event Stations

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The North-Atlantic Treaty Organisation was founded 60 years ago and the heads of state and government of the 26 member states and their delegations will meet in Kehl (Germany) and Strasbourg (France) to celebrate this event. These celebrations will be accompanied by the special event stations DR60NATO in Germany and TM0TAN in France

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AMD to demo GPU physics at GDC next week

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AMD plans to reveal its GPU physics strategy on 26 March, saying that it will accelerate Havok using Stream and OpenCL.

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Palm Pre: 50,000 Sale Opening Weekend.

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A lot is riding on the Palm Pre, and weve kept an eye glued on the new smartphone all throughout its opening weekend. The early reports sounded good, a lot of big-box stores were sold out within hours, and many Sprint stores and Best Buys have already had to call in to get restocked.


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Home Theater is Designed to Endure the Weather

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One of the big problems with outdoor home theaters is the weather. A gust of wind could easily turn a screen into a sail and rain and snow can easily destroy any electronics that arent built for the elements.


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22-inch SX2210 widescreen LCD monitor spotted on Dells website

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That enigmatic monitor thats been strutting its stuff in Dells Studio XPS 435 glamor shots has been unmasked as the 22-inch SX2210. A product page and online manual for the widescreen LCD have surfaced on the companys site, and heres what we know so far: its got 1080p resolution, a 2.

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Broadcasters Moving Away from the 7MHz Amateur Allocation:

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Sunday 29 March will go into the records as a landmark date for the amateur radio service in the greater part of the world. Following on from the decision made during the World Radio Conference in 2003, the amateur service becomes the primary user in the HF segment between 7100 and 7200kHz in ITU and IARU Regions 1 and 3. In layman's terms, this represents everywhere except the Americas, who have always enjoyed this segment as part of the 7 to 7.3MHz allocation in Region 2. Although this date also coincides with the start of the HF broadcasting schedule, it would be naïve to think the segment might be completely clear of broadcasting stations on the start date, however a number of international broadcasters have already moved nearer to 7.5MHz. In addition, a large number of countries have reserved their position in respect to fixed service stations by way of footnotes to the relevant Radio Regulation. It is not anticipated that these stations will cause any major problems.

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Fujitsu and Furukawa Jointly Develop Integrated Receivers for 40Gbps and 100Gbps Optical Networks

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Fujitsu and Furukawa today announced to jointly develop 40Gbps and 100Gbps integrated receivers. 40Gbps receivers will be used in 40Gbps optical networks whose deployment is growing constantly on a global scale; 100Gbps receivers will be used for next-generation 100Gbps optical networks.


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Cox to experiment with prioritisation

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Cox Communications - the second largest ISP in the US - is to stop its policy of blocking P2P traffic outright in favour of a system of prioritisation.

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How PC cases are made: In-Win Factory Tour

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While we're in Taipei for Computex, we've dropped in to PC case manufacturer In-Win to have a nose around its latest manufacturing facility and see how this ISO certified, all-Taiwanese company makes its products.

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Want to Bone Up on Wireless Tech? Try Ham Radio:

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ohn D. Hays, an IT manager in Edmonds, Wash., devotes most of his spare time these days to helping develop a communications system that's designed to integrate portable two-way radios with the global telephone network. The project's goal is to create a failure-proof voice communications infrastructure that can immediately connect first responders with the outside world. Wireless Definition and Solutions: "Individuals with radios in the field could interconnect with the telephone system even when their cell phones are shut down by an emergency," he says. This would be useful in all manner of disasters, from natural to man-made. Hays claims his research efforts wouldn't be possible if he wasn't a licensed amateur radio operator -- or "ham," the term he and his fellow hobbyists use to describe themselves. He says ham radio gives him "space and a choice of spectrum [in which] to experiment." He also values the hobby's largely self-policing regulatory structure and close-knit user community. "There are many others who would share your passion and provide [a] great opportunity for brainstorming and support," says Hays, whose ham call sign is K7VE. For IT professionals, ham radio can foster skills that are translatable into real-world wireless and wired networking applications. Hays says his hobby and profession have long been intertwined. His experimentation with TCP/IP over AX.25 (a ham-oriented data link layer protocol) on the radio in the late '70s and '80s "helped me understand the inner workings of networking protocols and the use of wireless transports," he says. "From this, I was able to write some widely read and popular internal papers on subjects such as TCP/IP over Ethernet verses token passing ring topology."

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Scott Robbins, W4PA, to Purchase Vibroplex

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Scott Robbins, W4PA, of Knoxville, Tennessee, told the ARRL that he has signed an agreement to purchase The Vibroplex Company, Inc from present owner Felton "Mitch" Mitchell, W4OA, effective December 21, 2009. "Vibroplex represents the great tradition of CW operation in Amateur Radio going back many, many years," Robbins told the ARRL. "I'm tickled to be able to continue the more than 100 years of history that has gone into this company."

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Bill Gipps, VE7ISV, new BC/YK Regional Director

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Bill Gipps, VE7ISV, has been elected as the RAC Director for the BC/YK Region

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Sharp Displays XV-Z15000 Projector at CEDIA 09

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The CEDIA 09 Expo is well underway and among all the presenters is Sharp. This year they have brought their very best AV equipment including their XV-Z15000 projector.


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new Sanyo Gorilla GPS navigation systems

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The Gorilla GPS navigation system from Sanyo must be big in Japan since they keep coming out with new models. Their latest devices are fitted with SSDs (solid state disk) and feature displays ranging from 7 (NV-SD730DT) to 5.

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Palms subscription accounting webOS plans revealed, CPAs rejoice

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Truthfully, even the hardest of hardcore Palm fans are going to have a tough time getting jazzed about this, but given that were looking for every morsel of webOS news to tide us over until that undisclosed Pre launch date finally happens, were passing it on.

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Suzuki launches new Alto minivehicle with excellent fuel economy in Japan

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Suzuki announced the launch in Japan of the new Alto, a minivehicle that offers excellent fuel economy and user-friendliness. For superior environmental performance and economy, the new Alto reflects reductions in fuel consumption and exhaust emissions.


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