📢 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!

electronics.halibut.com/

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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