Amateur Radio, Programing, and Electronics
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on Ku band, Ka Band and C band. Also Hubs and VSAT.
on frequencies from 137kHz to 22GHz. Also called Ham Radio. Formerly
called "Wireless Experimenter" in Ireland.
Reception on frequencies from 10kHz to 200GHz. Also called Short Wave
Listening and DX
16F series Flash programmed mpu. Assembler, C, Basic and JAL programming.
Technology releated projects and also skills of the Author
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October 1st, 2009 | Author: Watty
I developed an interest in Radio and Electronics at about age 11. At
School I was a co-founder of the "Radio & Tape recorder"
Society (Cassette tapes didn't exist, it was reel to reel). I sat my
City & Guilds Radio Amateur Exam while still at school. At
College I was a co-founder and first secretary of the Radio Amateur Club.
When I was smaller I took apart alarm Clocks.
You can learn about Electronics, Programming and Communications. You
can get a qualification as an engineer. I've worked with people that
can produce beautifully indented code with all the structure of spaghetti.