No photos of this one, email me if you want to see it.
But in short, it was bugging me that I could not see much of the aircraft messages (16:9 landscape monitor) and I could not see the two maps showing the aircraft positions at the same time.
So now I finally have a vertical monitor at home (I run two verticals at work) and I have two upper monitors that show a map each.
Yeah, I now have 7 monitors. I’m Ok with that.
Back in January I put in Stunnle to try and put https on some http webservers (VRS and Node-RED) that I was running.
You can read about it here: http:/
The problem is that Stunnle swallows the incoming connection. I have lost all visibility to incoming connections.
I have no idea of who is connecting or what data they are using. I don’t like running blind.
So yeah, my aircraft tracking website URL’s are all different. It’s a small price to pay.
I have finalized the build for the 7 turn helix that I am building in volume for L-Band (~1.5GHz) AERO data.
Founds some 8 inch stainless steel pizza pans on Amazon, so that’s the reflector/base and the rest you know about.
Terry is printing more frameworks for me and I have copper for 7 in total.
Pretty sure they are all ‘sold’ and I will need to print more.