Discovering the radio spectrum.

Join me on a journey through the airwaves with Amateur Radio
 

Find me on APRS

Find 2M0SQL via APRS, you might even be lucky to find him out cycling.

Its normally only on during the summer or when I jump packets through a spacecraft but hey you never know!

Weather Station

Anyone who knows me will know I have a thing about weather, in the back garden I have a cheap WH1080 weather station connected to a Raspberry Pi Zero which uploads its data

Live Logbook

The 2M0SQL logbook is available online in real time, using my own web based logging application called Cloudlog

Twitter

You might have guessed that I’m quite picky what ends up this website, however, I’m well known for sprouting rubbish on Twitter @2m0sql 24×7 so you might find that interesting.

Recent Blog Posts

 

August Shack Report

Suspect it came as no surprise that I have been rubbish at getting shack reports written and skipped a month or two (oops) I guess one good thing is that I have been doing radio. I'm pleased to report I'm still alive, Molly (my 1 year and 10-month old toy Yorkie)...

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March Shack Report

I have decided to get back into the flow of writing monthly reports so hopefully, March gets things going, it's been a rough month, I've had quite a few health issues coming down with flu then glandular fever, which on top of all the problems knocked me a bit. However...

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February Shack Report

The shack reports have been a bit thin on the ground for nearly a year, no justifications, it's been a fun packed 12 months with an award, new ideas and my sister getting married and even went up to the IO77,IO78,IO87,IO88 grid line with Iain M0PCB. However with...

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Leaving HamTests, Refocusing

Preface: I wrote this post nearly 2 years ago with the idea of posting it but decided to hold off, but I think I should post it as HamTests played a pivotal part in my life.HamTests fully closed in August 2018 with the question pool released to the community to use in...

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Using the NO-84 (PSAT) PSK Transponder

NO-84 (PSAT) was launched in 2015 and although it's been in orbit for some time, you will find a lot of people have only used the APRS Digipeater which is also a payload on the satellite, however, the main payload is a PSK Transponder. Uplink is on the 10m PSK...

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NOAA Weather Satellite Images Offline

Sadly the NOAA Weather Satellite imaging facility is offline, back on 19th Sept 2018, had a stormy day that caused some damage and bought the pole that supported it down and damaged the HF antennas on the same mast. It's still my intentions to get this backup and...

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