Quick video on how to replace a laptop screen on a Lenovo S10-T3 model 0651
I have ordered 3 laptop screens from www.laptopscreen.com and all have been quality.
A short video on some Apply II software I got from TanRu Nomad who has a great Apple II collection and fun YouTube videos on his collection and Apple II software reviews.
Check out Brian’s channel (here)
This video covers beginner’s tips and tricks on ham radio fox hunting and includes details to build a DIY yagi antenna.
In the last 3 minutes of the video 4 young kids go out to rescue the poor lost Easter Bunny and his basket of candy. The Easter bunny is wearing a radio transmitter so this fox hunt becomes an Easter Sunday bunny rescue. The boys did great and had no problem learning to use a ham radio and directional antenna to locate the lost bunny.
Our fox, aka bunny, was the Byonics micro-Fox 15 which is a 15mw transmitter in the 2 meter ham band. This fox is sold by a company local to my area on www.Byonics.com I will do a review and tutorial of the micro-Fox 15 in a follow up video.
Where to buy the fox: Byonics http://www.byonics.com/mf
How to build this yagi antenna: Dupage Amateur Radio Club http://www.w9dup.org/club_projects_pdfs/fox_hunt_antenna_2010_apr.pdf
Link to tape measure yagi: http://theleggios.net/wb2hol/projects/rdf/tape_bm.htm
Material for yagi antenna that I build in the video:
6 feet schedule 40 PVC
1 schedule 40 PVC Tee
2 tie wires
6 feet RG58 coax cable
2 21 inch long brash rods 3/16 diameter rod
1 35 inch long aluminum 3/16 diameter rod
1 40 inch long aluminum 3/16 diameter rod
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