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TTG 42 – Interview Mike from Tactical Wood Gas

The Technology Geek – Episode 42 Today on the podcast we spoke with Mike from Tactical Wood Gas he spoke on topics of Ham Radio and his experience of using radios in the marines vs his design. Mike gave us tones of great information on batteries....
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Audio Technica AT2020 Microphone

I bought myself an Audio Technica AT2020 for my ham radio rig. I have the adapters and PTT(push to talk) button coming soon. The only thing weired about this mic is I had to but several adapters and cables to make it work plus a...
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TTG 41 – Situational Awareness

The Technology Geek – Episode 41 Today in this podcast we discuss ARES/RACES and situational awareness. Being prepared for situations even if they are not life threatening. Understanding and knowing your surroundings and tips for situational awareness. We give you tips on situational awareness, discuss...
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Elenco Variable Voltage Power Supply Kit

My latest build project. I found the project relatively easy a few day project doing it at night after work. There was a lot of soldering and involved and wire stripping over all it was a very easy project and well worth the time. The...
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TTG 40 – Elenco Variable Voltage Power Supply Kits

The Technology Geek – Episode 40 Today in this podcast we discuss Elenco Variable Voltage Power Supply Kits. The Elenco Variable Voltage Power Supply Kit is a decent practical starter kit and is overall good quality. This is more than just a “Insert Part A in location...
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Geminid Meteor Shower Gets An Early Start

http://fireballs.ndc.nasa.gov/ EARLY GEMINIDS: Earth is entering a stream of debris from “rock comet” 3200 Phaethon, source of the annual Geminid meteor shower.  The shower is not expected to peak until Dec. 14th, but NASA meteor cameras are detecting Geminid fireballs over the USA two weeks...
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Giant Sunspot May Cause Massive Solar Storms

The largest sunspot to appear on Earth’s nearest star in more than two decades is once again pointed at the planet, and it will likely kick-start solar storms, NASA scientists say. The massive sunspot, previously known as Active Region 12192, was turned toward Earth in...
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