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Pictures This is how it looked like when I got it: And this is how it looks like now:

Now it’s working on my desk. It’s pretty strong, I can’t stop it with my bare hands, I hope it’ll rotate my big yagi easily. I’ll perform a full antenna test in our yard tomorrow or on thursday. UPDATE: pictures are here.

Now it works perfectly on my desk. :)

After I’ve designed the schematics and made the PCB for the rotator, I put it together: I’ll upload the schematics & source code when I finish the project. I’m using a wonderful PICKit2 programmer/debugger and Hi-Tech C compiler to make my life easier. The program is almost finished, I hope I can put the whole […]

Last summer I got an old antenna rotator from a friend. It’s controller is missing, but at least it still works and it’s only rusty, and needs a little renewing, and of course a new controller.

I’ve made a very simple portable USB charger, using a 9V battery as a power supply. I’m using this to charge my MicroTrack when I’m in a middle of a field recording and power runs out. I’ve used a 7805 voltage regulator IC, 2 pieces of 0.1uF electrolytic capacitors, a switch, battery holder, USB A […]

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