@KF0BRS Google Maps can do it via the right click menu.

In the UK we have maps which show expected repeater coverage, like this: ukrepeater.net/my_repeater.php maybe you can find something similar?

Just reading about the Raspberry Pi Pico: raspberrypi.org/blog/raspberry

It's a microcontroller rather than a computer like the rest of the Pis but it seems super cheap compared to other similar products and it looks like it'll be well supported.

@M0YNG ahh, that's a shame I get the filename and path just after that part.

There might be some json files worth checking in `/var/lib/docker/containers/$id` but apart from that I can't really think of anything else. 😦

@M0YNG try `docker ps` to get a container id then `docker inspect $id` (maybe pipe through jq) and look for `com.docker.compose` labels. That gives me the filename and working directory of the compose file.

Good luck!

@KC3OWU thanks a lot for looking, and for the offer! I think we'll carry on looking this side of the pond for now. 👌

Has anyone here come across "C Connectors" aka MIL-STD-348 (en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/C_conn / amphenolrf.com/connectors/c-ty)

Dad has a dummy load which uses this sort of socket and I can't find parts! They look like really chunky BNC connectors, I'm assuming from the MIL code that it's ex-military from the US.

One for the watch list - Radio Society of Great Britain
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RSGB Tonight @ 8 - Amateur Radio Construction with Steve Hartley, G0FUW and Pete Juliano, N6QW

youtube-nocookie.com/embed/pdR

Steve G0FUW (GQRP chair and known for Bath distance learning in the UK) + Pete N6QW (homebrewer extraordinaire).

Should be interesting!

I always see more people out and about when I exercise during lockdown. Lots more (walking) pedestrians.

I think people must feel like ensuring they make use of what little time out they're allowed while their freedoms are curtailed, but why not consistently go for a lunch time wander?

The Morse key on the front of last month's RadCom (rsgb.org/main/blog/news/rsgb-n) was made by a member of my local club, Roy G0VFS talked about the build back in June and you can see the video here:

drive.google.com/file/d/1f8-i4

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@kb1gim that's great, well reasoned and written.

WSJT-X 2.3.0-rc3 is out

This fixes some regressions and bugs "defects" and crashes and adds an improved FST4W decoder.

Release notes at: physics.princeton.edu//pulsar/

Announcement at:
sourceforge.net/p/wsjt/mailman

Ready for in on

QRPVer, dipole and installation kit, 13V power supply (based on old screwdriver batteries), DroidPSK on my phone and a microphone.
Waiting for spring to reach the surrounding summits.

I realised I had missed out on following a load of cool people, so just went through the profile directory and added almost everyone on this server.

Until there's a way to auto-follow everyone it's worth keeping an eye on the "Local" page as well as "Home" so you don't miss out.

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