Little update to give a sign of life. Due to the corona pandemic and many other things I was not active with the radio hobby lately. The summer months are always low in radio activities. Also I did not bring any radio equipment with me on the holiday trip to Denmark this year. Every so now and then I swing on the ICOM IC-7610 and listen a bit on the bands. That is fun, but there are so many other important things to do these days.
The cold days will be here again, less things to do outside and probably a lot more inside for the coming months. I don’t rule out a new spike in radio activity for this period and probably also more blogging about it.
To all my loyal followers: hang in there, update will follow!

The new radio room deskFinally after 1,5 year I have my own room. Since the room is just for radio, I will need a wall-to-wall desk. Such desks are hard to find. So I have to make one myself. Starting with a custom made worksheet on support bars on the wall. But I also want to have some shelves to put radio’s on. And I want two Continue reading

There was a time when oscilloscopes were big and expensive. Now you can get scopes of various sizes and capabilities on nearly any budget. Vector network analyzers — VNAs — haven’t had quite the same proliferation, but NanoVNA may change that. [IMSAI Guy] bought one for about $50 and made a series of videos about…

via NanoVNA is a $50 Vector Network Analyzer — Hackaday