By Paul Lee, G3ZKO A power supply is something that is often overlooked by radio amateurs, as for many it is simply the box, that at the flick of a switch, provides stable DC voltage. A modern power supply is though much more, combining theory that dates back to the nineteenth century incorporating the latest […] Read the Original Article http://rsgb.org/main/blog/uncategorized/2018/11/05/power-supplies-explained/
Roy Smith, G3MPB was born in 1913 and passed away on the 9th of September 2018. Despite operating from a postage stamp suburban garden and only using 100W to a multiband vertical with single 4ft ground rod, Roy achieved the DXCC Honor Roll with 358 DXCCs to his credit. He had participated in every Commonwealth […] Read the Original Article http://rsgb.org/main/blog/uncategorized/2018/09/21/roy-smith-g3mpb-9-september-2018/
I don’t participate in the “Just Talking” forum. However, this was just too “funny” not to post somewhere.
My eldest daughter’s husband just started teaching biology and chemistry at a junior college in the Dallas / Fort Worth area. He gave his first test on Friday. As an aid for this first test, he told the students that they could have a 3 X 5 card with notes. Now, he is usually very precise but, in this situation, not precise enough!
One student showed up with a…