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|Probably, but It depends. What kind of power supply, where are the fuses, and what are the details of the "built in current overload devices"?|
|ARRL version of linux||WA6SAZ||on 24/1/14|
| I am neither for nor against an "ARRL Linux". But if you want Linux software for amateur radio, this is the best place I've found so far:
http://radio.linux.org.au/. They probably have a larger selection of useful stuff than any Linux distro or repo,
|Noise canceler ?||KF5VPK||on 17/1/14|
| I have an MFJ-1025. If the second antenna is placed to pick up as much of the noise as possible, they work very well indeed. However, they only null one noise source at a time.
| It can be done in Google.
Search for site:arrl.org surfin
Then select the desired date range
Then sort by date.
|What exactly is contesting and how is it done?||KD0RCP||on 22/12/13|
|Go to http://www.contesting.com/ and you'll find several simple introductions to contesting.
They are a lot of fun. For the past few years, I only participate in 160 meter CW contests. (And I'm not very good at CW.)
There are many hams who, if they had their way, would ban most of them. :-)