📢 Any volunteers for discussion in old #digimode ?

Rendezvous every day at 19:00 UTC on

📻 3.980-3.983 MHz
📻 7.040-7.043 MHz
📻 10.142-10.143 MHz
📻 14.070-14.073 MHz
📻 18.103-18.104 MHz
📻 21.070-21.072 MHz
📻 21.085-21.087 MHz
📻 24.920-24.921 MHz
📻 28.070-28.073 MHz
📻 50.305-50.307 MHz

in USB on all bands.
Generally, #PSK31 at the beginning of each frequencies range and #MFSK #Olivia #Hellschreiber ... at the end

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Halibut Electronics can now ship Internationally! If you're outside the US, you can now order a Common Mode Current Choke Test Rig!

@electronics - looks like I have a weekend project lined up! Thanks for the quick delivery!

Next step will be to take the @electronics choke test rig with me to the roof this weekend, to test and re-do a couple chokes/Baluns

Halibut Electronics’ website (the one that doesn’t look like it was made in the late 90s) is live!


And!! The Common Mode Current Choke Test Rig is available for sale!

Halibut Electronics is a small business making Amateur Radio, and eventually Audiophile, electronics. Our (read: my; HalElec is a one-person shop) first product is SOAR: Satellite Optimized Amateur Radio, an appliance for operating FM satellites.

Website: electronics.halibut.com/

This account will stay entirely business, ham radio, and audiophile stuff. Day-in-the-life stuff can be found at my personal account, @smitty.


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