Yaesu Original FT-991 Amateur Base Transceiver HF/50/144/440 MHz
Updated: Yaesu FT-991a
Coverage: 160-6m, 2m and 70cm
Modes: SSB/CW/FM/RTTY/PSK/C4FM - 32 Bit High Speed Floating Point IF DSP
160-6 meter Built-in Autotuner - IF Width & IF Shift - Contour & IF Notch
100 Watts HF/6M 50 Watts 2M/70cm - High Speed Spectrum Scope
3.5" TFT Touch Panel - 3 kHz & 15 kHz Roofing Filters
Digital Noise Reduction - System Fusion C4FM Digital
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I always keep backups of my raspberry pi's, but the only way that I've ever seen to do this is using the dd command on OSX. It works fine, I keep a few backups this way, and it's very easy, but it becomes troublesome when every backup is the full size of the SD card, which is usually 16GB. I'm pretty sure I've seen people upload their rPi images to websites before with much smaller file sizes. Is there a better way to do this? Any way to backup a pi without a huge file size, or maybe compress it afterward?
FT2DR C4FM/FM 144/430MHz Dual Band Digital Handheld Transceiver.
The advanced FT2DR is loaded with various new features including: 700 mW of clear loud audio, Built-in High Sensitivity 66 ch GPS with antenna, 1200 bps / 9600 bps APRS® function, Dual watch (V/V, U/U/, V/U), Dual Monitor (C4FM Digital/C4FM Digital), GPS Logging/Recording capabilities, Water resistant (IPX5 Rating), microSD Card Slot, 2200mAh high capacity Li-Ion battery and Battery charger included as a standard supplied accessory.
This exciting leading edge Transceiver is designed with ease of use in mind now packing an oversized back-lit touch panel display. At 1.7-inches the high resolution touch screen display provides loads of information through an easily navigable interface, providing stress-free operability and a high level of on-screen visibility for the FT2DR operator.
Lionel Morse Code J-38 base WWII Signal Corps US Army Telegraph Key
Made in the USA, in the 40's, by Lionel Corporation and used during the WWII years.
The J-38 type of CW/Morse keys were used by all branches of the US military. Were manufactured as part of the the war effort by a few specialized US companies. They manufactured them almost identical and sometimes it is hard to recognize the factory that produced that particular model.
Some of the companies were:
American Radio Hardware (ARH), Lionel Corporation, Telegraph Apparatus Corporation (TAC) and there were two more of unknown manufacture: One made entirely of brass including its frame and, the last one, made entirely of white metal including the frame.
They look all the same and parts are interchangeable between different manufacturers.
Very small differences that could give away the possible manufacturer are known.
We understand it is illegal to use a device while driving, like a cell phone in the province of Ontario.
The below is the province legal document description that proves that Amateur HAM radio operator an exempt with HAM radios. Keep a copy in your car or mobile
For Amateur Radio Operator with a license certificate only Section 13.1 applies
to us. We are NOT taxi driver, we are NOT couriers, we are NOT bus
drive. Therefore ONLY Section 13.(1) (2) applies to us.
Section #13. is still - January 1, 2018
Consolidation Period: From December 17, 2015
Time-limited exemption for amateur radio operators
13. (1) Drivers who hold a valid radio operator certificate issued under the Radiocommunication Act (Canada) may drive a motor vehicle on a highway while holding or using a two-way radio. O. Reg. 366/09, s. 13 (1), O. Reg. 253/12, s. 3 (1).
(2) This section is revoked on January 1, 2018. O. Reg. 366/09, s. 13 (2), O. Reg. 253/12, s. 3 (2).
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