Photos taken here over the last few weeks.
This probably isn’t news to some of you, but I had no idea that practical stereolithography was so old. From Computers and the Imagination.
..but I’m raising more capital for Etherkit, so I need to sell off some more gear. Please see my For Sale page for an Icom IC-V8000, a new Tektronix bench DMM, and a lower price on an Xbox 360.
I’m in the process of selling off some of my ham radio stuff so that I can fund further development of the CC-Series. Right now, I’ve got a Yaesu FT-817ND along with a few other items for sale. I’ve also got a very lightly used Kindle with the leather case with integrated reading light. Occasionally I will be posting more items there, so please check back periodically. Thanks!
My normally scheduled time to work on the business has been cut a bit short in the last few weeks due to the various little problems in life that crop up. On top of that, I’ve been fighting one nagging problem that’s been vexing me for the last few weeks. Progress had ground to an excruciatingly slow pace and I was getting more than a bit frustrated.
The good news is that I think I finally have that nasty bug squashed and I’m back on the road to progress. The basic keyer code is pretty much done and the transmit sequencing code is also just about nailed down. Once that’s done, the last things to implement in hardware/firmware will be the frequency counter and the voltage sensor. Once that’s complete, then I can finally get some PCBs made!
I wanted to post a quick update from my phone. Due to an unforseen level of busyness, I haven’t been able to even sit at my laptop for a few minutes to update the blog. I have been taking notes, so once I am able to I will write about my Dayton experience.
Sorry about the dearth of posting on the blog lately, been busy with two things: work and another web project. That other web project is a reincarnation of QRPedia, a failed QRP wiki. This time, I’ve reconfigured the site using a CMS. Accounts are open to anyone, and being a member will give you the ability to post to a personal blog, write stories about QRP and homebrewing which appear on the front page of the site, edit “books” of QRP information with others, and post the details of useful circuits to a repository. It seems to be taking off pretty well after its introduction on qrp-l.org earlier this week. I would appreciate it if you would stop on over for a look and sign up for an account if you like what you see. I’m always open for ways to improve the site, so don’t hesitate to contact me with your questions, concerns, improvements, or corrections. Thank you!