Monthly Archives: July 2012

On-line Storage and File Sharing Solutions

Two great soltuions for storing and sharing on-line information are Dropbox or Box.Com (formerly Box.Net) .  Both prodcuts off a free versoin, Dropbox offers a free 2GB program that can be expanded upto 18GB with referals and  Box offers 5 GB free … Continue reading

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Managing Passwords

A great utility to manage passwords is keepass.  This is a Windows program.    It can be permanently installed on a workstation and or it can be installed in a portable mode and ran off of a USB drive.  It is … Continue reading

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Protect Your Data – TrueCrypt data encryption

If you need an effective way to encrypt (protect) your data, TrueCrypt is a great solutoin.  It can be downloaded at www.truecrypt.org TrueCrypt can be installed on a computer or ran in portable mode off of a USB drive   … Continue reading

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Build an All Band HF Air Core

Here is the link for the ”UGLY BALUN”, this makes an ideal RF Choke http://www.hamuniverse.com/balun.html   For IT Support and InfoSec services see, www.quanexus.com

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Find an Amateur Radio License Exam Session

This link helps you find local test sites http://www.arrl.org/find-an-amateur-radio-license-exam-session   For IT Support and InfoSec services see, www.quanexus.com  

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Toriod Coil Info

Here is a handy link on materials and equations for toroids. http://toroids.info/ For IT Support and InfoSec services see, www.quanexus.com

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Resources for using a USB to serial adapter on a Mac

Resoruces for using a USB to serial adapter on  a Mac http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20040521145713551 http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20041026113304907 http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=590418 http://etherealmind.com/serial-console-on-osx/ ls /dev/tty.* to get a list of your serial lines. Pick the one that you want to open. For example, my list looks like this: … Continue reading

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