A Cheap Yet Useful Capacitance Meter

I remember John AE5X blogging a while ago now about a cheap capacitance meter that read the capacitance values out in Morse code.  Some time later, on searching around online, I found a cool-looking and cheap meter  on Sparkfun. John blogged about this meter too. More recently, anticipating an upcoming need for such a device, […]

A Trilogy With T32C – Thanks To The CC-20

In the last post I reported that I had made contact with the T32C team on 40M with 4W from my Norcal 2N2/40, and also with 4W on 80M from my Tut80.  The goal was to make a contact with them on every band I have capability for here, which meant just one more band […]

The CC-20 First Beta Version

Phew.  I’ve finally finished the first CC-20 beta and fitted it into a case.  I can now sit back, look at it and listen to it! In this post a few weeks ago, I showed the unpopulated board with the connectors lying on a sheet of the red PCB material I was planning to use […]

Baby Steps at AA7EE

No major moves forward at the AA7EE shack recently, just a few little ones. I’ve been eyeing a fairly tall tree (50-60 feet) that is right at the edge of the apartment building next door.  It’s just a few feet over the property line, and overhangs the small back yard of my apartment building.  With […]