I'm Tatu Peltola, OH2EAT, and this is a site to document some of my amateur radio related experiments and projects. I wrote these pages because I enjoy reading about other hams' experiments and I thought someone could find my projects interesting too. I've been thinking of creating a site like this for years and I finally decided to do it.
I like to build simple RF circuits, push the limits of commonly available technology and experiment with software radios and digital communications. I don't really have any favourite bands as I think every band is interesting in a different way. I've at least done some experiments on VLF, LF, HF, VHF, UHF, 10 GHz and visible light. I don't have QSOs that often but I usually keep my Mobira RD58SB on a local ragchew frequency 433.550 MHz and I regularly visit the OH2TI club.
I'll add content here whenever I get the inspiration to write something.
| Joshua VE1CEN |
|Hello, I see you are picking me up all the way from Nova Scotia, Canada on WSPR 40 metres. Good work with your receiver!|
| oh2eko |
|kattelin teidän tetra dmo kirjoitusta tässä vähä lkisä dmo infoa https://osmocom.org/projects/tetra/repository/revisions/b33bc63042af9c2ceb56cb1cca56184b091690af/show/dmo-tests|