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SSTV Transmissions Scheduled from the International Space Station

 01/29/2015 The Russian Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) team plans to activate slow-scan television (SSTV) from the ISS on Saturday January 31, and on Sunday, February 1. The anticipated SSTV mode will be PD180 on 145.800 MHz with 3-minute off periods between transmissions. Twelve different images will be transmitted during the operational period. This

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Ofcom crackdown on polluting power line devices ?

The Telegraph reports Ofcom proposes that people with ‘power line’ networking [PLT] equipment could face prosecution if it interferes with radio signals The newspaper says GCHQ has become increasingly concerned in recent years about “power line” networking equipment. This allows people to use the mains wiring in their homes to transmit data, as an alternative

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Stun Gun

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Welcome to Chorley Radio Blog

Welcome to the New Website of the Chorley Radio Club which is  totally  different  set up to the last one and will take some getting used to from my  perspective but these things have to be done. We are  hopefully  dragging  the club into the 20th century and our aim is to make it bigger and better with events and club talks which

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