Archive for date: June 9, 2004

The Fun of Radio

June 9, 2004 | My Projects | By: Mark VandeWettering

I admit it, I have a ham radio license. I’m KF6KYI, a lowly Tech licensee. I went through a brief phase where I learned alot about radio, but then it kind of fell off for me as I realized that few people were interested in doing the kinds of work with radio that I was. […]

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Ars Technica: Small Form Factor Guide — June 2004

June 9, 2004 | Toys and Gadgets | By: Mark VandeWettering

I’m tired of machines taking up several cubic feet of my under desk space, so the recent trend towards smaller machines suits me fine. I made an Spacewalker SV24 system a couple of years ago, but it is fairly long in the tooth, so I was glad to see Ars Technica: Small Form Factor Guide, […]

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Interesting FPGA Board…

June 9, 2004 | Toys and Gadgets | By: Mark VandeWettering

Dan Lyke was musing about learning about FPGA technology on flutterby, which is a topic which has long been in the back of my mind for future projects. I rescanned the list of links I created on FPGAs a while ago, and found that Digilent has a new Pegasus FPGA board which looks promising. It […]

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