@AdamAtSea I believe so. If I remember correctly it was for several days for some special event.
@adam finished listening to Sunday's show. Thoughts on the segment about pollen in North Carolina
The "pollen cloud" is a normal occurrence in the Western Part of the state. I have seen it since I can remember, esp just when it is above 75F° and breezy. Our cars turn another color, (red>orange, Blue>funky teal) we sneeze a bit more, but we are used to the yellow clouds. Lasts around 3-5 weeks, weather pending.
Forgive me @adam Podfather, I am several episodes behind. Regarding your new setup where you have no MIC input to your laptop, there is not a chance that it is a TRRS connection like a phone/tablet is there. Maybe the MIC IN is in the same physical jack. Also, your audio GLITCH matches @Johncdvorak squeaky chair and such. ITM and 73!
It's sad that a high-school paper level article looks like Pulitzer Prize material these days... Good dig on #AOC and her money funneling operation.
Charlotte, NC Hamfest
Sponsored by W4BFB – Mecklenburg Amateur Radio Society, Inc.
Dates – Times – Location
Friday, March 8, 2019: 3:00PM – 7:00PM
Saturday, March 9, 2019: 8:30AM – 4:00PM
Location: Cabarrus Arena & Events Center
Address: 4551 Old Airport Road, Concord, NC 28025
Talk-In: 146.655 (No Tone), Backup on 146.940 (118.8Hz)
Minutes from I-85, Concord Mills Mall, and Charlotte Motor Speedway
@Kelly_NAproducR someone should ask her to define "natural born"
Don't spend it all in one place...
#FakeNews #RBG #McCained
'Safe' herbicide (atrazine) in Australian water affects male fertility - https://medicalxpress.com/news/2019-01-safe-herbicide-australian-affects-male.html
Say it isn't so!!
'Safe' herbicide (atrazine) in Australian water affects male fertility -
New Amateur Radio Packet Gear Awaits Unpacking, Installation on Space Station
On the dummy load front, the the little plug-in power meter using a nano board is complete and looks like it may actually be working! Next I'll probably tack it onto the dummy load to try it out...
The hard part though will be the enclosure. Couldn't find one I liked, so I'm planning to make one out of pcb.
Got the capsules mounted in the body, wired the XLR to the main board, applied phantom power and nothing 'sploded. Biased the FET, wired in the capsule, and it sounds like a million bucks. Everything was perfect. The 2nd one is almost done as well. #D87Build