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ARRL Contest Update Offers Valuable Information for All:

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Every two weeks, H. Ward Silver, N0AX, produces the ARRL Contest Update. Each issue is jam-packed with information for all operators -- be they involved in radiosport or not -- operating and technical tips, propagation information and a focus on a technical Web site each issue. Of course, everything you need to know about upcoming contests is right there at your fingertips.

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President Obama to Renominate FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell for New Term

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On Tuesday, June 2, President Barack Obama announced that he will renominate current FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell for another term.

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NZXT Beta Review

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Looking for a new case but running on a tight budget? We take a look at the NZXT Beta, a full ATX case with features like tool-less fittings for just £40. Does the Beta punch above it's weight, or is it another disappointing addition to the bottom end of the case market? We find out.

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Antec MicroFusion Remote 350

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This is the Antec MicroFusion 350, the micro ATX little brother of Antec's awesome Fusion HTPC chassis. Although the case has had a face lift, the Fusion styling is still there, but why does opting for less case mean you have to pay more money? We built a PC inside it to find out.

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Chair Clarifies Tower Proposal:

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Richmond County Board of Commissioners Chairman Kenneth Robinette tried to set the record straight Monday on the proposed tower code amendments. The tower code wasn't actually up for discussion Monday night, the board was simply to set a public hearing for it's next meeting March 1, which it did, but Robinette wanted to clarify things for some of the members in the audience who are against the amendments to the ordinance. "AM/FM radios that already exist are grandfathered into this ordinance," Robinette said. "The only time the fee will apply is if you increase the height of the tower or construct a brand new tower. "When we were asked to look at this ordinance we were just trying to protect the property values of adjacent property owners," he added. "For HAM radio towers, the $150 fine is only for towers that are 50 feet or higher." Robinette asked County Planner James Armstrong if there were any HAM radio towers over that 50 feet in Richmond County, and said if anyone is aware of them, to let the board know. "Again, all towers existing are grandfathered in," he said referring to the HAM radio towers already in Richmond County. "We're just looking out for the health and safety of the citizens in Richmond County. And I just wanted to clarify some things because there's been a lot of misunderstanding."

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HPM/140 Birthday Celebration Event Coming Next Month

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The Hiram Percy Maxim Birthday celebration is back! This year, the ARRL is honoring the 140th anniversary of the birth of the League's first president and cofounder. Hiram Percy Maxim, W1AW, was born September 2, 1869 and died February 17, 1936, in a Colorado hospital of complications stemming from a throat infection; his widow died just nine days later.

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Nissan IT-Assisted Road Information System

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Nissan IT-Assisted Road Information System - currently in research state - is a system that utilizes cell phones and GPS receivers to warn drivers about potentially dangerous situations and conditions; even including driving the wrong way on freeway ramps.

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Music Balloon-Enjoy music without headphones

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Never mind that cycling with headphones is technically illegal: its also bloody dangerous. Idea Internationals Music Balloon is the solution weve been waiting for.


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Magellan RoadMate 1475T

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Magellan (or should we say MiTAC?) just announced the new Magellan RoadMate 1475T. In addition to the premium features available in the 4. 7 Magellan RoadMate 1470, the Magellan RoadMate 1475T is equipped with traffic enabled device (VPA) that offers subscription free, real-time traffic alerts, incidents and road congestion reports.


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Surfin': ATVing Digitally and APRSing Successfully

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This week, Surfin' looks at Digital Amateur Television again and finds the new home of WB4APR.

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SilverStone Sugo SG03

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Opting for small form factor cases often involves demoting style to the subs bench. We take a look at Silverstone's Mini-ATX Sugo SG03 which is breaking all the rules and setting new standards for pint-sized PCs.

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libjingle release

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I think I have a version of libjingle which has some bug fixes compared to the 0.4.0. And BTW, these are strictly unofficial release. I have nothing to do with Google.

The main features of the release are:

  • dependency on ortp 0.7.1 removed. Can use the distro supplied ortp (latest version). 0.7.1 will no longer be supported.
  • updated to use mediastreamer2 (part of linphone, again available in your fav distro).
  • Various misc bugfixes to fix crashes etc.
  • iLBC support temporarily not available.

Grab the code:

svn checkout http://unshackle.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ unshackle

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Gigabyte Sumo 4112 Case Review

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Gigabyte is back with its latest chassis, the Sumo 4112. With smooth looks, solid steel construction and a garnish of aluminium plating, is this heavyweight Sumo worthy of being you're next upgrade? We strap in the bit-tech testing gear and find out.

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Nokia Booklet 3G: For Sale in Italy

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If youre Italian, you can feel free to leave and go pre-order your Nokia Booklet 3G right this minute. According to Boy Genius Nokia Italia is the first region that the booklet has come available for pre-order in.


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Dell Mini 3i Android Phone Debuts In China

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China Mobile shows off the Dell Mini 3i Android phone in China. The Dell Mini 3i Android smartphone is only featuring GSM and not 3G connectivity, but I suppose 3G in China is still not broadly available.


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Honda to exhibit latest Advanced Safety Vehicles equipped with active safety driving support features

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Honda will demonstrate its latest Advanced Safety Vehicles, including automobiles, motorcycles, and electric carts, equipped with active safety driving support features that utilize information technologies at the ITS-Safety 2010 public demonstration to be held February 25 to 28, 2009 in Tokyo.

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IDF Day 1 - Sean Maloney demos Larrabee

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Sean Maloney took to the stage for the first of the two afternoon keynotes on IDF Day One. He showed the first demo of a working Larrabee chip and, frankly, the outcome wasn't as we'd hoped...

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Verizon readying subsidized HP laptops, Hub 2

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We just got a pair of small-but-juicy Verizon rumors from a very reliable tipster: first, we hear that HP and Big Red are working together on subsidized WWAN-enabled laptops for launch in Q2.

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Mass Effect 2 Preview

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Grab your death ray and your spacesuit because it's soon going to be time to play Shepherd again and start zooming across the galaxy on errands for people you've just met. Oh, and you have to destroy a race of giant robots too. Oh, Bioware - you had us at 'death ray'.

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MITs sixth sense augmented reality device demonstrated on video

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Weve got ourselves some video of MITs new sixth sense project, which really helps understand the concept. MIT basically plans to augment reality with a pendant picoprojector: hold up an object at the store and the device blasts relevant information onto it (like environmental stats, for instance), which can be browsed and manipulated with hand gestures.

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Phil Salas, AD5X, Wins January QST Cover Plaque Award

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The winner of the QST Cover Plaque Award for January is Phil Salas, AD5X, for his article “160 and 80 Meter Matching Network for Your 43 Foot Vertical -- Part 2.” Congratulations, Phil! The winner of the QST Cover Plaque award -- given to the author or authors of the best article in each issue -- is determined by a vote of ARRL members on the QST Cover Plaque Poll Web page. Cast a ballot for your favorite article in the February issue by Sunday, February 28.

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