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The K7TMG HF Morse code temperature beacon

Posted on Monday, April 23rd, 2018 in DIY by DP

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AA7EE published a new build, a little temperature beacon:

This was a fun little project – and it gave me an idea for a future one. Sometimes, I find that the more complex undertakings, which require more planning, can get to the point that they “take me over” somewhat. At that point, for me, some of the fun starts getting squeezed out and that, of course, absolutely cannot be allowed to happen. This is the time when simple and fun projects save the day.

Check out the video after the break.

See the full post at Dave Richards AA7EE blog.

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