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RF 101: Information for the RF Challenged

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TechOnline have made available a 5-page application note by Linx Technologies that aims to remove the mysteries of RF

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Three more executives indicted in LCD price fixing scheme

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Protip, if you were involved in LCD price fixing between 2001 - 2006, just turn yourself in because the U. S. Department of Justice is still coming. To the surprise of anyone who thought the last couple months of guilty pleas and fines were the end, a DOJ statement today spells out indictments returned by a federal grand jury in San Francisco against two former Chungwha Picture Tube execs and one from LG Display.

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Enthusiasts Keep Ham Radio Alive:

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Amateur radio operators tend to be easy to spot, said Jason Foster, president of the nonprofit Montgomery Amateur Radio Club. With one or several antennas up to 100 feet tall outside their homes, or even on top of their cars, amateur radio operators, also known as "hams," are often thought to be older people who are not ready to embrace modern communications technology. Over the weekend, 25 hams participated in the Field Day at Montgomery College's Germantown campus. The event drew hams of all ages who competed against hams from around the country to try to make as many contacts with other hams as they can in 24 hours from temporary stations set up in trucks. The participants proved hams aren't outdated, though instant messaging, texting, and social networking Web sites such as Facebook and Twitter are the rage. But according to Allen Pitts, spokesman for the American Radio Relay League, the national association for amateur radio operators, the hobby is gaining popularity -- and technological advancement. About 100,000 of the 665,000 licensed hams in the U.S., received their license in the last four years and more hams are experimenting with digital technologies, Pitts said. Hams are licensed by the Federal Communications Commission to use radio frequencies located above AM frequencies to broadcast for a variety of purposes, including providing back-up communication for emergency response organizations, weather reporting, participating in worldwide and national contests, and simply chatting with other hams.

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TomTom Android App En Route

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Good news, Android fans! TomTom, the famed voice navigation system that has become so popular on the iPhone, will soon be coming to the Android OS.


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MSI 785GM-E65 Motherboard Review

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We check out MSI's tasty looking micro-ATX 785G motherboard to see if it's as good as the Asus, ECS and Gigabyte alternatives in performance, overclocking and general loveliness when it comes to Socket AM3.

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ARISS event - Salluit Schools, Salluit, Quebec, Canada

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Salluit Schools in Salluit, Quebec, Canada have been scheduled for an Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) contact on Thursday, February 19 via telebridge station W6SRJ in California

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Apple to create budget Macs?

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Sources claim that Apple is looking to sheds its expensive image and produce a range of reduced-cost Macs as a direct result of the popularity of cheap netbooks.

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New Providence Radio Club Talks to the Stars:

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NEW PROVIDENCE -- As the International Space Station floated hundreds of miles above the Earth Thursday, a group of children in New Providence got a chance to say hello to an astronaut on board. The New Providence Amateur Radio Club helped a group of children pose questions to Michael Barratt, a NASA flight engineer, using amateur radio technology. With an operator positioning an antenna and tracking the space station's movement on a computer, Barratt's voice boomed into the borough, describing what he saw and what he does on the space station. "It's during the nighttime here, and we are on the far side of the Earth from the sun. We can definitely see planets and stars," Barratt explained, at about 1:30 p.m. in New Providence. Barratt, also a doctor, said the six astronauts currently on board all participate in science experiments. Recently, Barratt said they grew "very special radish plants" on board. "It was wonderful to see great, big, green leaves. We really do miss green and growing plants," said Barratt, who has been on the station since March. It's the second time the club made contact with astronauts on the space station in the borough, and the fifth time in New Jersey, according to member Barry Cohen, known as K2JV on the air. NASA arranges the contact with amateur radio organizations in nine different countries, including the United States, Russia, Japan and others.

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First Look: Asus W90 Dual HD 4870 Notebook

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The Asus W90 notebook can play Crysis at 1,920 x 1,200 with very high settings. This was enough for us to want to take a look and the two Mobility Radeon HD 4870s inside will at least keep us warm until the spring arrives...

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MSI Launches Wind U123 Netbook

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MSI has announced the Wind U123 netbooks, featuring a 10-inch display and Intels Atom N280 1. 66GHz processor. The first three models in the MSI Wind U123 Series are the U123, U123H and U123T, all based on the Intel 945GSE chipset.

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NEC CE143 offers mobile phones to output Full-HD video stream retrieved by the CMOS sensor

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NEC SoC product CE143 enables camera-equipped mobile phones to provide clear and high-quality images comparable to digital still cameras (DSCs).

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Ham Radio May Soon Bring Warning on Heavy Rain:

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MUMBAI: This monsoon, Mumbaikars might get early warnings of heavy-rain days or passing cyclones, with the meteorological bureau networking with HAM operators in the city. "Whenever disasters have struck in the past, communication has been one of the major casualties,'' said Sudhir Shah, a HAM operator. HAM radio operators get satellite images to figure out turbulence in the weather, but will now also be armed with weather bureau forecasts. The two groups joined other disaster management agencies including the BMC, police, state government in a meeting organised by the Malabar Hill Road Association at the Cathedral Infants School, Malabar Hill on Saturday.

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Sony: no plans for a PS3 price cut

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That PlayStation 3 price drop rumored to be coming tomorrow? Not happening, according to Sony. In a statement given to Joystiq, SCEA public relations manager Al De Leon says, we do not have plans for a PS3 price drop, and any rumors to that effect are false and are the result of speculation.

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Sony VAIO FW Review by Laptop Logic

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Sonys VAIO FW series are all really nice-looking laptops ? they bear more than a little resemblance to the latest aluminum MacBook lineup and use the same Intel Centrino 2 CPUs.

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New ICQ Amateur / Ham Radio Podcast Episode Released:

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Series Two Episode Twenty-Two of the ICQ Podcast has been released. Episode includes latest news, your feedback, Jota 2009 and the Hints, Tips and Tricks section.

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Mouse Computer released 3 new Desktop PC in Japan

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Last week, Mouse computer put three new models of Desktop PC on the market, with the Lm-iS401S-AM, Lm-is400S-AM-P22W and Lm-i501S3D-P27W All of these computers come with an Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 @2.


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Internet-controlled Swivel Webcam

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The idea was to build a cheap, internet-controlled swivel base for a webcam without an analog to digital converter or any complicated logic circuitry.

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Toshiba Volleyball Robot From 1997

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Late nineties is fairly prehistoric when it comes to robots with fast reaction times. I mean, I was in high school in the late nineties! But while I was busy being a miserably outcast geek, Toshiba was demonstrating a robot that could (sort of) play volleyball.


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Verifone PAYware Mobile App Available and Hardware Shipping

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There are lots of businesses that have workers in the field delivering goods and services that could use a way to allow customers to pay using credit cards.


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Nokia 5800 XpressMusic NAM firmware update puts misbehaving units in line

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Wed initially been told that the first round of bunk Nokia 5800s for the North American market would have to be exchanged despite the fact that the 3G reception fix was a simple configuration change, but now.

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Epson Introduces EB-1900 Series at GITEX Technology Week

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Epson is the world leader in the video projector market. Today, the company announced their latest EB-1900 projector series, which includes the EB-1925W, 1920W, 1910, 1915, and the EB-1830.


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