Author: Scott Evans

Linux enthusiast, GEEK and Amateur Radio operator ... NISM ? Cancer survivor of 10 years and counting!

Baofeng UV5-RX3 From Radioddity

For those familiar with the UV-5xx series radio's they are targeted for Amateur Radio use (that may change in the future) for both the 2m VHF and 70cm UHF bands however this model also includes the 220MHz 1.5m band (predominately used in the USA) Supplied items UV-5RX3 1800mAh Li-ion Battery Dual Band Antenna 220MHz Single […]

GA-5S From Radioddity

I was lucky enough to be selected to review the GA-5S dual band FM Radio. I've never used or owned any of these entry level Chinese radio's so I was interested to see how they compare to some other known brands radios! Unboxing this radio reveals that it comes with… 1 x Radioddity GA-5S 1 […]

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Ten Years with WordPress!

So a thing happened… It all started from reading Linux magazine that had a feature article on WordPress and well I must liked it cause I'm still using it! Originally I was hosting my own website from home, but after quite a few years I then moved to hosting with Gandi and its lived there […]

Zumspot Revival (I was wrong!)

Ok so I wrote recently that the ZUMspot Pi boards were no longer available from Bruce and I made the mistake of concluding that meant they were no longer available. Tuns out I was wrong! The ZUMspot Pi boards are available in the USA exclusively from HRO (Ham Radio Outlet) There's four listing's when you […]

Death of the ZUMspot

Sadly it's seems that the Chinese push into the mmdvm hot spot market (aka Jumbospot) has taken its toll on the ZUMspot team and they have ceased operations with a departing notice on mmdvm.blogspot.com stating that they no longer sell the ZUMspot Pi and the MMDVM Pi boards with a further notice advising to visit […]

MMDVM Hotspot with ZUMspot Pi

So I've entered the relatively new digital modes (for me anyway) of DMR & YSF. This requires either a digital repeater or personal hotspot to access. The popular way to do this is with a software suite called MMDVM and currently there's two Raspberry Pi images available that take care of having to build everything […]

Cancer Ten Years On

As I've mentioned on this blog I had a bit of a run in with Lymphoma back in 2006/2007. Well here we are and ten years have passed so what's changed in this time? LOTS! But more importantly what has changed within me, the survivor? Well I'm cancer free, and I have issues related to […]

Arduino Due & Electrosmash pedalSHIELD

I recently purchased an Arduino Due from an $18USD credit from ITEAD. I immediately went searching for something unique to use it for, that's when I found the ElectroSmash pedalSHEILD and thought that's the perfect thing. Above is a picture off Electrosmash's website showing how it all fits together, below is my finished product.  It took me about […]

Seriously Joking, Right? 

Most likely the worst twitter suggested follow I've ever received! #youhavegottobefuckingkiddinme

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