I only use this mostly for monitoring the UHF pager signal (along with the pager itself) as there are two others on the same frequency, but the set will eventually be used as a backup comms system for work in case of a Internet and/or mobile network failure (which is not that uncommon!)
it has the coiled acoustic earpiece bit as well (any tips on…[Read more]
that would make sense for infant/junior school level – at my junior school there was a single BBC micro that only used cassette tapes
my high school was well equipped ; it had 12 BBC micros + 4 master 128s and Econet server + hard drive; I will get round eventually to writing the whole saga about the RAT but it will be long and I’ve got to…[Read more]
the acorn electron was a cut down cheaper version of the 6502 based BBC (I had one at home)|. your age group is more likely to have used the A3000 at high school which is an ARM based machine but had many similarities to the BBC and could run BBC BASIC on RISCOS.
his is the RTL-SDR in action (monitoring a cheap Chinese mini transmitter of the sort sold in supermarkets for listening to MP3 players in older cars that only have VHF/FM receivers). These transmitters are always slightly off frequency – apparently because a cheaper quartz (also widely used in other computer equipment) can be used in the PLL…[Read more]
Soundcloud changed around their external links policy. Probably to get people to look at ads or something silly.
This time round I hadn’t had time to fix the “wrong” link although Waldo isn’t doing anything wrong (which I explained in the reply)
Groetjes massie; ik heb de “foute” link bewerkte (het was geen foutje dat jouw heeft gedaan, maar het gevolg van diverse acties bij Soundcloud.)
Helaas heeft soundcloud haar beleid over externe links naar andere sites te plaatsen toch veranderd.
Ik weet niet waarom (misschien SC krijgt wat klagen over het auteursrecht?)
dus werkt de tag [sc]…[Read more]
General Lighting replied to the topic UK : How we sent "text messages" to pirate stations in the early 1990s in the forum Pirate Radio 3 years, 5 months ago
@Gylfi Guðbjörnsson 703750 wrote:
A few, I dare say ‘a few’ ore like some bloody time ago, there was a fantastic pirate station in the home country area, 87.5fm, everything from old school garage/bass line, techno, house etc. And it just went to bæ….in a word.had many good nights to that station. Do miss it really, but since I’ve tried to re…
@kibritt 703738 wrote:
I went to Freaky Deaky on Halloween and got my phone stolen so the only group picture of my fam was taken by a professional on Day 1 and I’m having a hard time finding it.
try contacting the folk you got the ticket for the event from or the promoters? I’m showing my age a bit but most events of this nature were promoted…[Read more]
General Lighting replied to the topic Massie @ hardtechno Classic Destruction Back to Oldscool 12 dec 2015 in the forum Radio Promotion 3 years, 5 months ago
link is below (soundcloud have changed some stuff around and it is for some reason not possible to embed the mix here)
try here (this crew, although they have unfortunately not been so active recently are also Scottish) 😉
General Lighting replied to the topic What the CE (!) mark means and why you should be aware of radio interference in the forum Radio 3 years, 6 months ago
@General Lighting 703495 wrote:
Last week I had to take a prescription to a doctors surgery 420m away from my house and uphill. Out of curiosity, I put the transmitter high up in a corner of my room (the same upstairs room I was listening to NL radio today). As I was using the same pager frequency for work I left it on the low power of +11dBm (11…
@JT7 703256 wrote:
[Bring your teddy [/quote]
last time I did it only scared the bouncers and I was stuck outside with cops and environment ministry having to confirm her correct CITES import status :laugh_at:
@e-babes from when I last saw you I wouldn’t say you were exactly unfit. If you still live in Reading it is possible to ride a push bike to West London in 2 hours; and if you are in Newbury the whole of the Ridgeway is at your feet/pedals.
E-bikes are way cheaper nowadays if you want to save your knees. Both are cheaper to run than cars and cops…[Read more]
General Lighting replied to the topic NL : De toekomst van AM is onzeker / future of AM broadcast in NL is uncertain in the forum Radio 3 years, 8 months ago
adieu Lopik (I had considered making a similar video myself but even in NL there was loads of interference; I suspect KPN had been turning down the power anyway)
@JT7 703227 wrote:
3. Try to FREQUENCY NETWORK with walkie talkies! In OVERTLY HUGE EVENTS you will get lost. Meetups on drugs is a SERIOUS HASSLE. Just ask people in line…..”who has a walkie talkie….what frequency….etc. etc”. You get to meet more people that way. Stay away from the ones that don’t share frequencies (really bad…
General Lighting replied to the topic Totem presents The Drop – Level-1 Radio : Show Updates in the forum Radio Promotion 3 years, 8 months ago
are there recordings available? i keep missing these as I am often at work and recently have been spending a lot of time in such places as meter cupboards where there is no space to safely operate a laptop or larger computer (and I need 100% concentration; or there is a risk of me either getting a strong shock or putting off power elsewhere in the…[Read more]
General Lighting replied to the topic Any Mandarin speaking people who have nice hand wrighting? in the forum Chat 3 years, 8 months ago
its worth doing your research first; a few years ago I had to talk Giantmidget out of getting a tattoo of a “Japanese tiger”. There is no such creature, as it would involve the cat swmming across the South China sea; tigers can swim but like all cats they abhor cold water (and the sea gets colder as you approach Japan/Korea).
Any tigers in Japan…[Read more]
General Lighting replied to the topic Pearsall – Concrete Over Goa (Old School Goa Trance Mix) in the forum Music 3 years, 9 months ago
nice one dude – will find some space for that mix on VFR, although I’ve literally just done a new update of the looped tracks 5 minutes before seeing this (the content does get updated every week anyway but publishing the schedules takes longer).
BTW should I put you down in the listings as from UK, DE or Scotland?
for some reason you need the…[Read more]
General Lighting replied to the topic WANNA EXPERIENCE THE 90S RAVE SCENE IN NL? here’s your chance. in the forum Introductions 3 years, 9 months ago
this should be a full size version of the flyer
WORM is a full scale social centre (and worth a thread of its own) – I’ve translated some directions from the link below
Vanaf treinstation Rotterdam Centraal
Tram 7 richting Willemsplein/Nesserdijk naar halte Museumpark
Tram 20 richting Lombardijen naar halte Museumpark
from the trainstation…[Read more]
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