In this video im building a Bias-T for the use with QO-100 after the guide from SotaBeams.
Link to the Article: https://www.sotabeams.co.uk/blog/biast-for-lnb-a-few-notes/
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This is a Video about modifying the ADALM Pluto with a new, more accurate TCXO (Abracon 0.5ppm). Im also showing the GND-Mod to prevent random shutdowns of the Pluto with different Powerdevices.
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In this Video im showing you how I assemble the Dual Patchfeed aka. POTY.
This Feed can be used when you want to work on QO100.
As far as I know:
The Designers of this Feed were Mike Willis, Remco den Besten and Paul Marsh aka. UHF-Satcom. Please write me if this is wrong then ill change it.
Special Thanks to the Guys mentioned above. They helped me a lot in the early days of QO100. If I have forgotten to mention someone, Please let me know.
Some useful Links:
A Radome and LNB Cover for the POTY from DM4DS:
A Adapter from 22mm to 40mm from M1SJE:
A 3D-Printed Dielectric Lens from Hybridpretender:
My Building Guides for the Patchfeed and the Plates itself:
The original Blogpost from UHF-Satcom’s Blog:
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In this Video Im going to show you 3 ways on how to mount the LNB onto the Dual Patchfeed POTY.
The STL Files for the 3D Prints used in this Video can be found here:
These Files might also be helpful for you:
Special Thanks to DM4DS for making his nice Design publicly available. Check out his Thingiverse Projects: https://www.thingiverse.com/DM4DS/about
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In this Video I make a run-through of my QO100 Station im using. If you have Questions, let me know.
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In this Video im going to assemble, flash and build the Goodwatch.
The Goodwatch is a replacement PCB for the Casio Calculatorwatches that adds some nice HAMRadio Features to it.
More Infos about the Goodwatch can be found here:
Git Repo: https://github.com/travisgoodspeed/goodwatch/
Thanks to Travis Goodspeed for providing the PCB and DF2ET for sending me the PCB and the Parts.
This is a Time-lapse Video of the assembly of a VFD-Clock Kit I bought.
I don’t get anything for making this Video nor am I in any way responsible for the kit.
Link to the Kit:
Link to the Downloads Section of the Kit:
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