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QEX: The July/August 2009 Issue

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The July/August issue of QEX is coming soon, and it is full of theoretical and practical technical articles that you don't want to miss.

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Doctor Saved Boaters' Lives via Ham Radio:

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Helping others was an instinct that came naturally for retired physician and amateur ham radio operator Dr. Earl Weston. A longtime Detroit general practitioner and surgeon specializing in industrial medicine, Dr. Weston was credited on several occasions with saving the lives of distressed boaters in the Caribbean by radioing their nautical locations to the Coast Guard from inside the radio room in his home. He died Tuesday of congestive heart failure at the Sanctuary at St. Joseph Village, an assisted-living center in Ypsilanti. He was 97.

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3G iPod Touch video, more pics surface

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If youre still on the fence on whether the leaked 3G iPod Touch with a camera is real or not, then this video of it being showcased in its naked glory should be the thing to convince you.


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Oil Spill Clean-Up Supported By Hams:

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The response and recovery effort is continuing to the spill of 230 tons of oil from a ship that has affected about 37 miles of beaches on the coast of Queensland, entrance to the Great Barrier Reeves off Australia.

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Apple sued over multitouch

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Apple has been targeted by chip design firm Elan Microelectronics for allegedly violating a patent on multitouch technologies with the iPhone and iPod Touch ranges.

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Scott Redd, K0DQ: The Biggest Gun of All

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Vice Admiral John Scott Redd, K0DQ (US Navy, retired) has, throughout his 36 year military career, helped to make the world a safer place. From postings in Uruguay to Iraq to serving as Commander of the Navy's Fifth Fleet as a naval officer, to becoming Director of National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC), Redd has served his country with distinction. Earlier this year, President George W. Bush presented him with the National Security Medal in a White House ceremony for "his more than 40 years of exceptional service to the Nation, strengthening its intelligence capabilities and improving national security." President Bush called Redd "an innovator, a strategic thinker, an inspirational leader and a dedicated servant to the Nation, respected for his vision, courage and integrity." But intermingled in his Navy career was Amateur Radio. This year, Redd, an active DXer and contester, became the first person ever to win all six of the major HF contests: The ARRL International DX Contests (SSB and CW), the CQ World Wide Contests (SSB and CW) and the CQ Worked All Prefix (WPX) Contests (SSB and CW).

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Nikon S1000pj Camera Projector In Action

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We have already heard today about the new Nikon S1000pj camera, which is the worlds first camera to feature a pico projector built inside. Recently, video of the device has surfaced to give people an idea of what the projector can do.


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LG affirms that 12 megapixel cameraphone is in the works

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Here at MWC, the only cellphone maker to actually come forward with proof of a 12 megapixel phone was Sony Ericsson. Still, you know that everyone else is apt to follow suit as quickly as possible, and it seems that LG will be one of the first.

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Late Night Visitors Welcome at 'Ham' Radio Event:

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Wee hours visitors are welcome at an upcoming demonstration of ham radio technology at La Salle County's Shabbona Park. Starved Rock Radio Club "hams" will join with thousands of amateur radio operators nationwide in showing off their emergency capabilities Saturday, June 27, and Sunday, June 28. Amateur Radio -- often called "ham radio" -- is wireless radio communication that often provides reliable emergency and disaster communication. "For example, during Hurricane Katrina, ham radio was often the only way people could communicate, and hundreds of volunteer 'hams' traveled south to save lives and property," said club official Joe Tokarz of Ottawa. "When trouble is brewing, amateur radio's people are often the first to provide rescuers with critical information and communications." This annual event, called "Field Day" is the climax of Amateur Radio Week sponsored by the American Radio Relay League, the national association for amateur radio.

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NZ4O LF/MF/HF/6M Prop Forecast #2009-38

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NZ4O LF/MF/HF/6M Prop Forecast 2009-38:

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Funny Hat Plus Refrigerator Equals Brain Control Of Robots

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Well, it sounds like a great idea Control robots by thinking! All it takes is about a thousand electrodes pasted to your skull and some computer hardware about the size of a refrigerator, and you to can get ASIMO to raise its hand just by looking at a card with a picture of a hand on it: Alright, so maybe in practice, this isnt the slickest system yet.

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What is the Best Mini Camcorder?

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You might use your mobile phone for taking the odd spontaneous snap but a decent digital camera will yield much better results. The same is certainly true for video. We take a look at six of the latest mini camcorders and compare them to the popular iPhone 3GS.

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Garmin to use MediaTek GPS chipset

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No, not for all their devices. Theyre smarter than to rely on only one supplier for their GPS chipsets. But apparently Garmin is going to use and have been doing so for a while - the new all-in-one MediaTek MT3329 GPS chipset on their GPSMAP 60 series.


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Emerge Technologies Announces Sync-n-Charge Adapters for iPhone and More

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Emerge Technologies has announced a new iPhone accessory called the Sync-N-Charge adapter for iPhone. The adapter also works with other devices as well.


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Lester Wilmarth, N7DMD (SK):

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Lester N. Wilmarth, 93, a 42-year resident of Sierra Vista, Ariz., passed away Sunday, Dec. 6, 2009. Les was born July 30, 1916, in Center, Colo., to Sidney S. and Dora V. Wilmarth. Les loved to tinker with his computer and ham radio. He was an avid Arizona Diamondbacks fan and a supporter of U of A athletics. Les served his country in the U.S. Air Force and retired as a lieutenant colonel. He also worked 11 years in civil service.

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Android LG Eve Videos, Pictures Leak

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Before the year is out, LG will join the swelling ranks of Android smartphone manufacturers. Their first Android phone will be a low-budget number called the Eve.


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Video Mount Products Releases PM-LP Projector Mount

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Video Mount Products is a leading provider of mounting solutions for the security, commercial, CI, residential, and pro audio/video markets. Last week, the company announced the release of their latest projector mount, the PM-LP Universal Yokeless Low Profile Projector Mount.


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Dell Launches Vostro V13 Ultra-Thin Business Laptop

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Dell has released the Vostro V13 ultra-thin business laptop, featuring a 13. 3-inch display and Intels ultra-low voltage CPUs. The Dell Vostro V13 starts at 3.


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The Battle over 3D Glasses has Begun

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A few years ago, there was a giant format war between Blu-ray and HD DVD to decide the next major technology advance. Well now there is a new war starting, but instead of it being at home, it is in the movie theaters.


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Aigo???s Jigsaw of Love MP3 Player a Break Through Design

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Weve had some pretty odd-looking MP3 players and PMPs here at PMP Today but this new Aigo MP3 player takes the cake. The device is obviously a puzzle piece and may be a little too late for Valentines despite the English letter at the bottom left of the photo.

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Interview with Jon Grodem From Optoma

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Optoma is known for their incredible projectors, especially their recently developed pico projectors. Pico Projector Info was fortunate enough to get an interview with Jon Grodem, Optomas Director of product and marketing.


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EA Sports to abandon physical media on PC

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The EA Sports label of Electronic Arts will apparently completely drop the idea of physical distribution on the PC soon.

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