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Frank De Winne to talk with students in Senegal

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An Expedition 20 ARISS school contact is planned for ISS Commander Frank De Winne with participants at College d'Enseignement Moyen IV, Mbour, Senegal

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Internet-Based Live Conference: Remote Control of Ham Radio Stations:

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With the increasing limits imposed on hams due to antenna restrictions, interest is growing in operating ham stations by remote means. In order to promote an understanding of what it takes to remote control a ham station, Bob Arnold N2JEU is working on putting together an Internet based live conference.

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Hard Rock Cafe Opens New Restaurant with Digital Rock Wall

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When you first hear about a rock wall you think of the walls that mountain climbers use to practice on. Well the new Hard Rock Caf? in Las Vegas has a Rock Wall but it definitely not for climbing.


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Epoq Releases Three New Pocket Projectors

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Epoq is known for developing pocket projectors and recently they released three new models through their main retailer Gadget Craver. All of these projectors are about the size of candy bars and weigh less than half a pound each.

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Ham Radio DIY at Maker Faire

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Ham radio demonstrations and displays are in the works for Maker Faire the world's largest do-it-yourself (DIY) festival. This year, the festival will take place at the San Mateo County Expo Center in California on May 30-31. According to ARRL Sales and Marketing Manager Bob Inderbitzen, NQ1R --who is attending the fair along with dozens of San Francisco Bay Area hams -- this annual event showcases the country's best innovations in science and technology, engineering, arts and crafts, food and music. "It's no surprise that such an event has captured the attention of the ham radio community. Do-it-yourself, or DIY, has always been a signature of the Amateur Radio Service," he said.

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AAXA Technologies Releases P1 Pico Projector

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We have been hearing for a few months now about the Aaxa Technologies P1 pico projector. Today the company announced finally the release of this little machine.


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Fusion-io nabs more funding, teases new PCIe-based ioSAN

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Given Fusion-ios dominance in the SSD-on-a-PCIe-card arena, we arent at all shocked to hear that it just landed a nice fat check in its Series B funding efforts.

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Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1670:

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The following is a Q-S-T. A circus performer will be the next tourist in space. Will he also be the next ham radio operator on-orbit? Also, South Africa's next ham-sat is set for a mid-September launch, 2 meters proves to be a good band for DX, the vanity call sign fee is going up and ham radio will help to coordinate National Wildlife Refuge Week. All this and more on Amateur Radio Newsline report number 1670 coming your way right now.

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HP Japan and Dress-Up pimp the Mini110.

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The Japanese fashion Store Dress-Up and HP Japan joined hands together to propose a serie a 3 HP Mini 110 Netbooks designed and bundle with a specific handbag.


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STARMAC Quad-Rotor Learns To Do Provably Safe Backflips

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If you had a fancy and presumably expensive quad-rotor UAV, and you wanted to get it to do a backflip, and you were really really smart, youd probably do what researchers from UC Berkeley and Stanford did with their STARMAC (Stanford Testbed of Autonomous Rotorcraft for Multi-Agent Control) robot: teach it to only do flips if it can provably make a successful recovery.


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A.C. Ryan PlayON! HD Media Player Review

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A.C.Ryan is back with a High-Definition capable media player that includes an in-build hard drive and compatibility with every video and audio format you can shake a stick at. How good is the interface and how intuitive is it to use though?

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NZ4O LF/MF/HF/6M Prop Forecast #2009-28:

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NZ4O LF/MF/HF/6M Prop Forecast 2009-28:

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A Prehistoric Twitter is Born Again:

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IN 1844, SAMUEL MORSE transmitted the first telegraph message, asking the world via a series of electrical pulses, "What hath God wrought?" One hundred and sixty-five years later, a group of 20 or so New Yorkers is gathered around a speaker-size black box beside the Gowanus Canal, awaiting the answer.With little more than some wood pieces, 500 feet of wire and a pair of bronze 1930s ham radio keys from eBay, artists Benjamin Cohen and Sierra Pettengill have assembled two telegraph stations linking the banks of the Gowanus. In an exercise that's part public comment box, part science camp activity and total excuse to brown-bag beers on a Sunday at sunset, the artists are mounting "The Great Trans-Gowanus Cable" to re-create the rush Morse must have felt at witnessing human speech emerge from electricity.

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TWIAR Story on Walter Cronkite, KB2GSD available as MP3 download

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Due to requests from our listeners, TWIAR's story on Walter Cronkite, KB2GSD is now available as an MP3 download. 20 mins, 18Mb

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Bionic Commando PC Review

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We take another look at Bionic Commando, this time on the new PC version, to see if it's the king of the swingers or just a continuing disappointment. Can Capcom improve on the console version to make Bionic Commando something we actually want to play?

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FCC Nominee Genachowski, Commissioner McDowell Face Confirmation Hearings:

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On June 16, Julius Genachowski -- the man President Barack Obama picked to head the Federal Communications Commission -- and current FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell appeared before the Senate's Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee for their confirmation hearing. The Committee voted 24-1 to approve Genachowski's nomination and unanimously approved McDowell for his first full term as a Commissioner, sending their names to the full Senate to be confirmed.

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Nokia Notebooks on the Horizon?

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Nokia is apparently thinking about entering the laptop market. Nokias CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo said in an interview to Finnish national broadcaster YLE yesterday that the company is very actively looking into this opportunity.

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Envive Ships TheaterStation Multi-zone Digital Media System

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Envive has announced that it is now shipping the new TheaterStation Multi-zone digital media management system. The system uses Centralized Networked storage for storing the media.


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Yaesu FL-7000 KW + HF Linear Amplifier Antenna Tuner System - 1,500.00 USD

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Yaesu FL-7000 KW + HF All Mode Solid State Amplifier and integrated Automatic Antenna Tuner, Highly Desirable and Preferred Premium Four-Button version from a caring non-smoking owner and collector, very nice condition, still even has the front plastic protection on meter switches. Yaesu FL-7000 supports 16010 Meters and WARC bands on all modes SSB/CW/AM/RTTY/PSK, has been professionally upgraded by the FL-7000 expert and delivers about 1200 Watts Input and about 700-800+ Watts Output Key-Down, a Solid 800-900 Watts Output on 160, 80, 40 and 20 Meters and 700-800 Watts on 17, 15 and 10 Meters. Yaesu FL-7000 features Automatic Band Changes (for Yaesu, Icom, Kenwood and other rigs with band data cable) and the Automatic Antenna Tuner is wonderful, just match once and it stores the setting in memory so youre set and she tracks/tunes in a fraction of a second. Multiple Cooling Fans and Loads of Special Protection Circuitry keeps her Safe & Sound. Large Dual Backlit Meters and illuminated band and status indicators, she supports Full QSK Break-in and runs comfortably on either standard 110/120 Volts (set for now) or 220/240 Volts AC. Includes FL-7000 Manual Copy and Modification Doc

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ARNewsline # 1676 -- Sept 25 2009:

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The following is a Q-S-T. Ladies and gentlemen, with some thank you's to those who support these newscasts, here's Amateur Radio Newsline's Support Fund Administrator, Andy Jarema, N6TCQ

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Donard Steffes (95), KD9WI Looks to Retirement from St. Edward's:

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Holy Cross brother has taught math, physics and swimming for 68 years on three continents. It's the semester break at St. Edward's University, and most of the students and faculty are gone. But in the school's old gymnasium, in a former coach's office, the oldest instructor on campus is still working. When Steffes isn't in the pool, he's in front of his ham radio, talking to people around the world. Every Monday morning at exactly 10:30 for the past 15 years, he chats with fellow farmer buddy Gary Lang of Michigan. Their 30- to 60-minute back and forth is invariably about the weather, farming and ham radio.

Read more: eHam.net News

 
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