Price around £1000 +VAT
Many years ago I worked for a web developer, we used Filemaker Pro. If you have never tried Filemaker I strongly advise giving it a go as it is the most amazing program, yes its a data management suite but so powerful with the ability to be cloud based as well as phone apps; it’s free to try 🙂 https://www.filemaker.com/
I digress a little, but in the process of rebuilding my website I have been learning new skills and re learning some old ones, oh boy HTML has changed a lot over the years.
On my journey I found a great website that has been walking me through creating an online calculator. I thought it might be nice to have a little Amatuer radio formula here for people to learn and play with, if you interested in JAVA or CSS have a look here: https://codeburst.io/ its a great website with easy to follow tutorials.
I’m going back to the drawing board and going to attempt to learn morse code.. any tips would be great 🙂
- Don’t send faster than you can receive.
- Make sure that the frequency is clear before you call CQ.
- patience and be polite.
- Practice prior to transmitting CW.
- Send at the speed of the receiving operator.
- Use the minimum power you need to communicate.
- Only operate on the permitted frequencies.
- Keep transmissions brief.
- be prepared to learn.
The uBitX from HFSignals, great transceiver.
After 3 very late night the uBitx is is 90% done, I video’d the whole process see it here
I am so impressed with the performance for a rig that costs less than a cheap handheld radio! if you have questions just shout me up via youtube comments 🙂
I have the radio ready for testing will it work? or have I mixed up the ribbon cables:-) Thanks for dropping by, Im building the very popular uBitX SSB Radio. I have listed the links to all the parts I have used in the build below. I hope you build your own as this has been a blast so far in part 1! thanks to Bill Meara and Pete Juliano for the podcasts that led me here and a very special thanks to Bill G4KKI now sadly SK for sending me a pixie all those years ago, look what you did! 🙂
The Gazlabs website is here www.gazlabs.co.uk
The Gazlabs blog is here http://gazlabs.blogspot.com/
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The uBitx Board http://www.hfsignals.com/
The case https://amateurradiokits.in
Soldersmoke youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/M0HBR/videos
Pete Juliano youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/N6QW/videos