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Samsung first to mass produce 2-Gigabit DDR3 Using 40nm Class Technology

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Samsung announced today that it has begun mass producing the industrys first two gigabit (Gb) DDR3 devices using 40 nanometer (nm) class process technology.


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Midwest VHF/UHF Society Frequency Measuring Test

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The Midwest VHF/UHF Society frequency measuring test will be held December 28 through 30. The MVUS Frequency Measuring Test is intended to supplement, not replace, the ARRL frequency measuring test. The test will begin at 1500 UTC on Monday, December 28 and will end at 1500 UTC on Wednesday, December 30. Transmissions will be from W8KSE in Dayton, Ohio (grid square EM79) at an output power of 5W on 3577, 7055 and 14055 kHz, plus or minus QRM. The antennas will include a vertical on 80 meters, an inverted V on 40 meters and a 3-element Yagi at 90 feet, aimed west, on 20 meters. Submit entries by January 15, 2010 using the online submission form. See the MVUS Frequency Measuring Test Web site for more information.
 

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Rumour: Acer to launch Wii-style PC console

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Leaked presentation slides show a upcoming Acer PC could be based on Nvidia's Ion platform and come with a Wii-style controller.

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Optoma and Peerless Releases Univeral Ceiling Mount

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Optoma has recently announced that they have teamed up with Peerless Industries to release a brand new Universal Mount. This device will be compatible with most Optoma projectors as well a wide range of Peerless accessories, and features two adjustment mechanisms that allow you to finely adjust the mount so that the display is completely on the screen.


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Leica M9- Worlds first digital rangefinder camera with a full-frame 24 x 36mm sensor

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Leica today announces the worlds first digital rangefinder camera with a full-frame 24 x 36mm sensor. As the worlds smallest full-frame system camera, the LEICA M9 continues the long heritage of the Leica rangefinder system, and unites more than 50 years of continuous technical improvements to the M System with cutting-edge digital technology.


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HP Mini 1101 Netbook Overview

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Hewlett Packard has recently unveiled the HP Mini 1101, a new 10. 1-inch netbook for business users. The Mini 1101, based on Intels Atom N270 1.


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What is Folding and Why Does it Matter?

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It’s the most powerful supercomputer on the planet - a worldwide network of PCs dedicated to researching the mysteries of protein folding. With Folding@Home, running software on your PC could help to provide therapies for diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s.

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Honda Releases limited number of Civic Type R Euro in Japan

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Honda will begin sales of a limited number of the Civic Type R Euro, a premium sports model with a distinctive, stylish form and performance that was forged on European roads.


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Apple to create budget Macs?

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Sources claim that Apple is looking to sheds its expensive image and produce a range of reduced-cost Macs as a direct result of the popularity of cheap netbooks.

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InFocus IN1503 Projector Review

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The InFocus IN1503 is one of their newest portable data projectors. This model features WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution, 3000 ANSI lumens, and an 1800:1 contrast ratio.


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radioactive again

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Last weekend, during the trip to Kochi, I assembled my HPSDR Penny and Mercury and put a temporary antenna in the terrace. The first thing I did was upgrading the Mercury FPGA code.The OZY board I have is self built and I never bothered to update the VID and PID in EEPROM. This caused some confusion as the board enumerates with the Cypress FX2’s default VID and PID. The code in the svn has suffered some bitrot. After struggling with .NET, VS2008 etc, I successfully updates the EEPROM.

After that, PowerSDR came up quite smoothly and I was listening to 20m and 40m. The reciever is very very clean. I can only imagine the quality of the signals once I have a better antenna. I am also eagerly waiting for PennyWhistle and Alex, using which I can do T/R switching as well. Until then Penny will get some rest.

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TerreStar Sat Phone to be Distributed by AT&T

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TerreStar makes a satellite phone that is small and looks like most other features phones rather than a suitcase device that looks like it is from the 1990s.


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Amateur Radio Club Encourages Innovation, Communication:

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The room is a closet-sized, cramped, standing-room-only kind of place. Equipment is stacked on shelves, carefully labeled and well-cleaned. Taped to one shelf is a bumper sticker that reads, "Ham radio operators are well received." Amateur radio operator Warren Appel, call sign KU7D, works with the equipment -- some new, some decades old -- set up in the Emergency Operations Center in the Hall of Justice. Amid the white noise coming from one piece of equipment, an almost eerie whirring sound begins. Appel pauses, cocks his head to the side, and grins. "You'll be able to hear them clear as a bell in a minute here," he says, turning back to the machine and twisting the knob once more. Suddenly a voice, clear through the crackle and pop of white noise, speaks. "The cool thing about it is, you can hear voices in the night, and you can talk back to them," Appel says before turning to a microphone and doing just that. "You have a dynamite signal," the voice on the other end comments. Ham radio operators are proud of their nickname. In the early days of ham radio, the name was a way for big operators to make fun of amateurs on the radio waves, hammin' it up for those who "really" knew what they were doing. But now, operators like Appel, a member of the Casper Amateur Radio Club, have adopted the name as their own, as a label of ingenuity.

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Propagation Forecast Bulletin #50 de K7RA:

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Recent sunspot activity--which ended on November 22--pushed up the moving average we've been tracking for several years. Because we have all the data for November, we now have the most recent 3-month average of daily sunspot numbers, which centers on October. For 2009, the 3 month moving average centered on January through October was 2.19, 2.02, 1.49, 2.01, 4.23, 5.2, 4, 4, 4.64 and 7.1. The latest value is the highest since April 2008, when it was 8.89.

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iPhone GPS navigation by Navigon

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After TomTom now Navigon has also announced their GPS navigation app for the new iPhone 3. 0 O. S. Called MobileNavigator for iPhone, the app will turn your iPhone into an navigator.


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ARRL Audio News: Dec 3, 2009; Vol 2009-12-03 Number

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ARRL Audio News--OPEN--In this edition . . .; ARRL CEO, General Counsel Present ARRL’s Stance on BPL to FCC Commissioners; From One End of HF to the Other: The ARRL 160 Meter and 10 Meter Contests; ARRL Audio News ID--Satellite Update--BREAK:; ARRL’s Logbook of The World Reaches New Milestones; The Doctor Is IN: The Fun -- and Challenges -- of Topband; Now You Know!: A Brief History of Modern Day 160 Meters; ARRL Audio News--News Briefs--CLOSE

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Rota-Rota USB hub doubles as a thermometer for reasons unknown

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You know whats not uncommon on Brando USB hubs? Weird things. You know what is uncommon on USB hubs in general? Thermometers. The Rota-Rota hub takes USB hubs where theyve likely never, ever been before (and may very well never return to) by including a trio of rotating USB ports, a multicard reader and dials that read out the current room temperature in both Celcius and Fahrenheit.

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Valve reveals L4D2 Xbox Awards

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Valve has revealed a new award system for the Xbox 360 that lets players unlock Avatar customisation options through the game.

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OPPO SMART S33 Touchscreen MP4 Player, not an iPod Touch Clone

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We saw this cutie a few months ago and noted that if it had WiFi connectivity, we would have filed it under iPod Touch clone. The OPPO S33 is your basic touchscreen PMP with very few feature highlights.


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Golden Aerial Award

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The town of Bad Bentheim in Germany makes an award every year to the amateur or amateur group who has made exceptional effort following accidents or natural disasters

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Nikon D3X DSLR receives the best professional camera award from EISA

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Nikon D3X digital SLR camera is the recipient of the European Professional Camera 2009-2010 award presented by the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA).


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