- published: 15 Jun 2016
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Here's a hacked up Emerson i bought from an eBay seller.
BatPac RBC2 http://www.portableuniversalpower.com/batpac-rbc2/ Visit this link for a great video by Bill Harrison from Hardened Power Systems introducing his BatPac RBC2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqDDcT5xGOg Tactical Tranceiver Bag by AMP-3, LLC http://stores.amp-3.net/tactical-transceiver-bag/ Visit this link for a great video by Randy / K7AGE setting up the TTB with a 12v battery and a Yaesu FT-817 http://youtu.be/VqDDcT5xGOg The radio is a Powerwerx DB750-X which is a UHF/VHF Commercial HAM Radio. This is a dual band VHF/UHF, 750 channel commercial transceiver with 10 memory banks. Freq. range: 136-174, 400-490 MHz. 50W VHF, 40W UHF power output, Single Receive or True Dual Receive (V+V, U+U, V+U), Optional Remote Head Mounting Kit. Part 90 certified. http://www.powerwerx.com/...
GroupBox How to auto create radiobutton and groupbox VB.NET C sharp tutorial How to build two radio button groups in Visual VB.NET 2010 I need to build two groups of radio buttons, so that client can put an answer in ... your radio boxes will be grouped by which group box they are in. ... Defining environment variables for visual studio 2010 to use during build? Radio buttons and check boxes to display selected in textbox Getting User Choices: Using Check Boxes and Radio Buttons Check box, Radio button, and Group box in Visual . Let's now use the check box, radio button, and group box in a single application Radio Buttons - Visual VB.NET
Senior Product Manager Axel Kern explains the new features AutoMix and AutoGain of the Lawo sapphire radio console. AutoGain supports the user in setting the analogue microphone level perfectly by just speaking onto the microphone. Perfect for self operated consoles where the users want to think more about their content than about dB values. AutoMix is perfect for talk show applications where you have a lot of microphone faders open. When AutoMix is switched on, it takes over the control of open microphones that are not spoken into and reduces the amount of ambient noise in the final mix by lowering the level of the unused mics. Resulting in a much clearer and better sounding mix. There are many cool details in AutoMix and Autogain - have a look at the video ... .
How to program your Wouxun radio. http:--www.powerwerx.com-wouxun-radios-
Here we show you Full Configuration like site survey, Tower mount, antenna mount, and Air OS Configuration. For Long Range: you need more strong link capacity and best throughput, please i suggest to use Nanobeam M5 400 25 dBi Dish. 37 km long range link established 44 Mbps Throughput You can learn more by this site: www.engineerltd.com
Wanted a cheap way to add DAB radio to my old 2004 MK3 Ford Mondeo so picked up this Bush portable DAB radio for £25 and wired it into the glove box aux port - works a treat (and I can take it with me when out of the car too) :-) The cable is also the aerial so no extra aerial required. As a side note, I tried hooking it up to the aux input of my parrot kit but for some reason this killed the signal!
Video de demonstração deste equipamento de som automotivo! Esta a venda junto a outros neste local: http://www.olx.com.br/loja/id/33264 Especificações Fonte de alimentação nominal ..................................................... 14,4 V CC (faixa de tensão permissível: 12,0 V a 14,4 V CC) Sistema de aterramento ...... Tipo negativo Consumo máx. de energia ..................................................... 10,0 A Dimensões (L × A × P): DIN Chassi ....................... 178 mm × 50 mm × 162 mm Face ............................ 188 mm × 58 mm × 22 mm D Chassi ....................... 178 mm × 50 mm × 162 mm Face ............................ 170 mm × 48 mm × 22 mm Peso ............................................... 1,3 kg Áudio Potência de saída máxima ...................................
In this video, we take a look at the old valve/tube radio from our 1957 Plymouth. There are two old radios in average condition to consider. The first few minutes of the video involves discussion on the differences between valves and transistors. Hope you enjoy
Explains by animated drawings, the operation of a radio vacuum tube in terms of its filament, plate, and grid circuits. Illustrates three functions of the vacuum tube in the radio: how it serves as an amplifier to operate the loud-speaker, as a rectifier in detection, and as an oscillator to generate the carrier wave. - 1943
a few older model version TYT UVF1 radios abroad and locally have lockout bands or frequencies. this vid demonstrates a couple of ways to modify or hack this radio to freeband the whole range of frequencies it was designed to do. Modify at your own risk, I'm not responsible for turning your radio into an electric brick. This vid is for educational purposes only in the radio hobby field. This link follows the manual setting of the band. http://www.transmission1.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=19744&p=167023 This link talks about the software way of modification. http://www.transmission1.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=44&t=16770 This link is the programming file setup and dealer password for band modification. trusted link. Compliments by Chaser202. http://www.mediafire.com/?t118vcs...
A fast and relatively simple way to work with decibels in relationship to power when dealing with antennas, amplifiers, coax, etc., Most people should be able to do this in their heads. Works great for ham exam purposes.
Main Website for Downloading Software, Drivers and General Info on all supported Radios: http://www.miklor.com/ http://www.buytwowayradios.com/Info/GMRS-FCC-Licensing.aspx Repeater Book- Finding Repeaters in your State: https://www.repeaterbook.com/repeaters/multistate.php Radio Reference Guide: http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?ctid=321 BaoFeng BF-888S Radios: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00ECWE4WC/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 FCC Info: https://www.fcc.gov/general/family-radio-service-frs
Tour of the historic WLW AM monster broadcast transmitter facility located in Mason Ohio. WLW has kept a major piece of broadcasting history alive by keeping much of the old high power transmitter intact. Recorded while at Hamvention, Dayton OH, in 2013 Back in 1932 WLW increased their power from 50,000 watts to 500,000 watts. They were the only AM broadcasting station in America ever to operate at 500,000 watts. Much of the old transmitter still exists. It is really a high power amplifier with a high level modulator (360,000 watts). The amplifier was driven from their existing 50,000 watt Western Electric transmitter. The system used 20 100,000 watts tubes ($1,600 each in 1932) that required water cooling that used a cooling pond located outside the station. Tons, and tons, of hardware ...
This is my first look at the new Anytone AT-5888UV-III tri band mobile that has taken 3 years to get to market. You can get it here please tell them kc9cuk sent you. http://www.wouxun.us/item.php?item_id=343 PLEASE LIKE SUBSCRIBE AND SHARE THANKS