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SCO terminates McBride's job

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Darl McBride's position of CEO and President at The SCO Group has been terminated, which could halt the drawn-out legal campaign against Linux.

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Deep Solar Minimum: Not Getting Enough Attention?

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Global warming theory is a frequent subject of politicians, scientists, and activists. The subject has become a monstrosity of political and economic power. How big is global warming? Follow the money. Today a further concern has emerged when the EPA declared CO2 a public health hazard. Regardless of a person's position on the subject of whether mankind is warming the earth the spectre of a Government agency doing an end-around of the legislative process if it were to follow through with costly regulation. One environmental subject that is going relatively unnoticed is the deepening Solar Minimum. The number of sunspotless days has continued to expand over the past three years despite the solar cycle 24 to have been expected to have revved up by now. In 2008 73 percent of days featured o sunspots. 2009 stands at 76 percent and still growing. This makes 2009 second only to 1913 in terms of spotless days. The trough of Solar Cycle 23 and 24 has reached 768 days which is 58 percent longer than the average of 485 long term average. So... why should we be concerned? A long term quiet sun is well correlated with cold, A relatively dull solar cycle through the 1960's ultimately led to Ice Age fears in the late 1970's. What can happen if Solar Cycle 24 is a dud? Do we know enough about the sun to be assured that IF 1960-1970's style cooling does take place that Cycle 25 will come to our rescue with warming irradiance?

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GB7MBC DXCluster Now On Twitter:

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GB7MBC, one of Europe's busiest DX Clusters, is now on Twitter. It provides such things as DX news, IOTA, Contests and Solar information. If you wish to follow it on Twitter just go to twitter.com/GB7MBC and add it to the list of tweets you follow

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How to Decode Shortwave Data Streams:

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Turn strange bleeps on the airwaves into text and pictures: Have you ever tuned into shortwave radio bands? If so, you might have come across some strange-sounding periodic signals, from rhythmic bleeps and gurgles to scratching sounds. If you guessed that they were some sort of data transmission, you're right. But who transmits them, and why? In this guide, we'll show you how to use your PC to decode these mysterious signals and enter the world of data on the airwaves. You'll soon be able to decode radio teletype signals, interpret Morse code, unscramble radiofax transmissions of weather charts and watch colour slow-scan television (SSTV) images form.

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23cm 16W ATV Power Amplifier kit PA1.3-16 - 118.00 GBP

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One of the most popular amplifiers that we have ever sold. The PA1.3-16 is designed specifically for ATV use with the Comtech/G1MFG 50mW ATV modules, but can also be used with other low power FM transmitters. Output power is 16W with an input power of 50mW. The M68719 PA module used in this amplifier is now obsolete, there are just a few left so buy now whilst you have the chance. Supplied as a mini-kit which includes an undrilled heatsink and all the components that mount on the PCB. Heatsink can be supplied pre-drilled and tapped if required for an extra 12. The heatsink measures 100x160mm, which is sufficient to keep the PA module cool with 100% duty cycle. Requires +13.8V DC supply at 5A. Higher input power levels can be accommodated if required by the use on an on-board input attenuator. Features :- Fully solid state, no tuning required, selectable PTT operation. Supplied with comprehensive construction manual. Mini-kit does not include case, connectors, switches etc. This kit uses surface mount components, and is intended for those with some experience of kit building. Also available ready built and tested, or as a full kit with case, switches, LEDs, connectors etc. See the G

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I finished reading this wonderful book two weeks back. It’s a very inspirational book and I think every self-respecting engineer should read this book.

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Auroroa Multimedia Corp Announces CLASSPAC

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Auroroa Multimedia Corp is a leading manufacturer of IP-based Control systems, processors, and touch panels for A/V systems. Today the company announced a unique program that will allow educators and school systems to get the best AV equipement in one place.


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MSI R5870-PM2D1G creates highest 3DMark Vantage P-Score 24416 of single GPU card

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MSI R5870-PM2D1G created the new highest 3DMark Vantage P-Score 24416 of single GPU card by famous overclocker Deanzo from New Zeland on hwbot. org.


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7O1YGF Operation Approved for DXCC Credit

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On August 12, ARRL DXCC Manager Bill Moore, NC1L, announced that after more than eight years, the 7O1YGF operation in 2000 from Yemen has been approved for DXCC credit. Moore cited a review of "recently received information," as well as "additional dialogue" with the leader of the 7O1YGF DXpedition, as reasons for the approval.

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id reveal new Rage details

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id Software has revealed a tonne of new info about it's next game, Rage.

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Panasonic PT-LB80NTE Projector Review

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The Panasonic PT-LW80NTE is one of the companys quality business projectors. It features 2600 ANSI lumens, a WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution, and a 500:1 contrast ratio.

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Logbook of The World Updates

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Log of The WorldComplaining, apparently, helps.

After several ARRL directors complained about Log of The World issues, some work got done. Here are the improvements to the Log of The World web site and program:

1. An LoTW user’s corner with quick links to log onto your account, save or renew a certificate and address PC failure.

2. The GET STARTED section has been simplified with links for each of the four steps in the certificate process.

3. LoTW instructions are available in nine foreign languages. These links have always been available but now we have moved them up front to the GET STARTED page.  The languages are identified with icons of flags the nation for each language.

4. The GET STARTED (PDF) file has been updated to include new screen shots and refinement of some of the processes.

5. The software download section now consists of only three icons representing the three operating systems for which software is available. (Windows, Mac, Linux)  The user simply selects their operating system and they are redirected to the download only for their system.

6. A new link has been added for QSL Manager, Club Calls and DXpeditions. This link gives details on establishing account for these special operations and includes a section for 1×1 call signs.

7. A new PowerPoint overview is now available from the LoTW site. This PowerPoint has also been added to our multimedia library. The program is an overview of LoTW and what users can expect from the service.  There are screen shots to explain what the people are viewing and a condensed version of the certificate process as well as the award application process.

Through the efforts of Dave Patton and Jon Bloom, we have also added an automated results table on the Logbook Users Home Page that lists members who have achieved the Triple Play Award in numeric order.

The ARRL is committed to improving the hobby through technology. One of the ways to do so is improve the experience for existing hams. These improvements help that experience.

Hat tip: Dick, W9GIG, the Director for the Central Division posting in the Society of Midwest Contesters e-mail reflector.

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Acer confirms plans for Linux, SSD-equipped 10-inch Aspire One netbooks

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It wasnt making any promises on launch day, but Acer has reportedly now confirmed that it will indeed be offering both Linux and SSD options on its new 10-inch Aspire One netbook, though you wont be able to get either option right out of the gate.

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Toshiba Releases UK Version of the TLP-X200U Projector

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Toshiba has recently announced that their talking projector, the TLP-X200U, will be released in the United Kingdoms as the x200. This projector is designed for travel and boardrooms, featuring 3000 ANSI lumens, a 600:1 contrast ratio, and XGA (1024 x 768) resolution.

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Rock Xtreme 790 Laptop Review

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If you're a fan of big old cars with monstrous engines then you might want to check out Rock's X790 laptop. It's English, but its hefty chassis features a fully-fledged Intel Core i7-920, making this stately machine the fastest laptop we've ever seen.

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The New Huawei Android 8220?

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Weve been waiting since June for news about the new Android smartphone from Chinese handset maker Huawei. Now according to TmoNews that wait might nearly be over.


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Deliberate Interference to International Space Station:

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The RSGB are dismayed to learn that a small group of AM enthusiasts based in the Edinburgh area of Scotland continue to cause what appears to be deliberate interference to the ISS downlink frequency of 145.800MHz during ISS passes. The RSGB is concerned that despite several years of negotiation with this group and a change of band allocation to move them away from the internationally agreed ISS frequency, they continue to disrupt ISS operation by their selfish disregard of their fellow radio amateurs and the Band Plan. The RSGB intends to bring the matter up formally with Ofcom at a meeting of the RSGB/Ofcom Forum in early April.

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Palms Treo Pro hits Bell Mobility in Canada

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Were still waiting on a solid bit of subsidized US availability on Sprint, but Canadas got things all figured out -- how typical. Palms Treo Pro is doing the EV-DO Rev.

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Games that break themselves: Hitman 2

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I bought a game last week – the Hitman Triple Pack. It’s got Hitman 2, Contracts and Blood Money in it, all for £15.

It’s an odd, old purchase admittedly, but the buying habits of game journos tend to be quite different from regular customers in my experience. I already get sent and get to play all the new games as they come out, so any money I spend in stores is dedicated to collecting older games I missed out on before.

Hitman 2 though is a game I have a turbulent and colourful history, mainly because of one aspect of its game design. I've tried to complete it four times now and each time I've given up when I got to the Japanese levels.

Playing Hitman 2 over the weekend, I again got to the second Japanese level (the one with the ninjas, where you have to infiltrate the castle) and I thought of giving up on it again.

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Google Grabs 1 Million Phone Numbers for Voice.

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Weve known for a while that Google Voice was the next step on Googles road to world domination. Over the last few weeks weve been tantalized with rumours of just when the new service would be available to the public.


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Alpha 87A Amplifier - 4,995.00 USD

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Alpha 87A KW + Ultimate Amplifier The Ultimate, Best of the Best, Super Nice, Hard to Find, Alpha 87A KW + HF Amplifier supporting 160-10 Meters with automatic tuning. Rarely used from estate of Non-Smoker, looks like new with output power KW + into dummy load. Made in USA with automatic tuning, rugged potent tubes, many features and built-in protection, already set for 220 Volts AC. Alpha claims you can run this amp at KW Key-Down All Day for 24 Hours with no problem and it will deliver well more on SSB, etc. Online Manual at: http:/www.alpharadioproducts.com/87A_manu.pdf Near Perfect Reviews: http:/www.eham.net/reviews/detail/20 Will ship and insure via FedEx to 48 states in original Alpha carton for $4995 plus $155 Shipping/Insurance; I will remove transformer and ship in a separate box for extra $75.

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