Most of you may know me for the #rc2014bbs "RC-BOX BBS" which I have been promoting throughout the fediverse recently.
However, my nickname originates from my other, older BBS, the "Wintermute BBS" which I started back in 2009 and which is still up and running.
It's a bi-lingual system, supported languages are english and german (system messages and menus are available in either language).
It's currently connected to good old FIDOnet and BBSnet (further networks are being prepared, e.g. amiganet).
The filebase features some #commodore stuff and file-echos are also being prepared right now.
There are some more commodities: I've got a selection of old DOS doorgames and some Infocom games to play for you.
To keep you informed about the latest news, there's the "Newsroom" with a selection of german and english RSS feeds to read.
Maybe you want to drop by sometime?!
📢 Any volunteers for discussion in old #digimode ?
Rendezvous every day at 19:00 UTC on
📻 3.980-3.983 MHz
📻 7.040-7.043 MHz
📻 10.142-10.143 MHz
📻 14.070-14.073 MHz
📻 18.103-18.104 MHz
📻 21.070-21.072 MHz
📻 21.085-21.087 MHz
📻 24.920-24.921 MHz
📻 28.070-28.073 MHz
📻 50.305-50.307 MHz
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[BLOG] Installing Two-Way Radios in my Car
This was a fun little project that took months of planning (since I had no idea what I was doing) to add amateur and CB radios to my car:
Résumé des test mitigé, la transmission entre les deux a bien fonctionne. Ensuite problème avec le prototype de NIcola 1. Il accuse son âge (date de 1995) et il nous a provoqué pas mal de soucis de mauvais contact et de ronflette bizarre qui bloquait le décodage correct du JS8call. Les tests de distances sont a refaire. En tout cas les interfaces et la config JS8 sont validé.
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