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Ethiopian jamming wiping out 40 meters Oct 6th 2011, 04:37 2 1,724 on 6/10/11
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n2oh N2OH on 26/3/14
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,

73, Mike
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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.

http://www.w8ji.com/mfj-1025_1026.htm

73, Mike
www.w0btu.com
Surfin N5LB on 6/1/14
It can be done in Google.

Search for site:arrl.org surfin
Then select the desired date range
Then sort by date.

73, Mike
www.w0btu.com
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. :-)

73, Mike
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