This is homepage of ham radio station oh5hba. Info about me and my station, which may interest other ham operators can be found thru menu. This page contains links that I use often in my everyday life. Reason for this site is just for own fun and it helps to find important things when i’m not at my own computer.

Interesting news feeds from different sources:


  • Linker scripts are one of those things which nobody who does software development really wants to deal with, but like many things in life sometimes they are inevitable to make things work. Although one could keep pretending linker scripts do …read more
  • [Chuck] likes the ability of Simplify3D to add support to parts of a model manually. However, not everyone wants to spend $150 for a slicer, so he’s shared how to install a plugin that allows you to do the same …read more
  • For map-lovers like [Christopher Getschmann], poring over a quality map can be as satisfying as reading a good book. Good maps can be hard to come by, though, especially at a scale worth looking at, or worth using as adornment …read more
  • You may not have noticed, but we here at Hackaday really love our clicky stuff. Clicky mechanical keyboards, unnecessarily noisy flip-dot displays, and pretty much anything made with a lot of relays — they all grab our attention, in more …read more
  • Have you dipped your toe into the SDR ocean? While hacker software-defined radio has been a hot topic for years now, it can be a little daunting to try it out for the first time. Here’s your change to get …read more


  • Creator DuctTapeMechanic loves sports and electronics, so for a recent project he decided to combine his two passions by hacking a speed bag to keep track of his punches. As shown in the video below, the first step was to get it physically set up, modding an old metal bed frame into a support structure. […]
  • Although an Arduino can be a great way to provide computing power for a mobile robot, you’ll need a variety of other electronics and mechanical components to get it going. In his write-up, computer science student Niels Post outlines how he constructed a robotic platform that travels via two stepper motors, along with casters to keep […]
  • After obtaining motors from a broken wheelchair, this father-son duo went to work turning them into a new “Segway.” The DIY transporter is controlled by an Arduino Uno, along with a pair of motor drivers that handle the device’s high current needs. An MPU-6050 allows it to react as the rider leans forward and backwards, moving […]
  • Peter Turczak’s toddler son loves “technical stuff,” especially things like keyboards and computers that adults use. After discussing this with other likeminded technical parents, the idea of giving new life to an old (PS/2 or AT) keyboard as a teaching tool was hatched.  The hacker thus added an Arduino Nano, a speaker, and an SD card […]
  • This article was written by Per Tillisch, Tooling Team SW Engineer at Arduino. The Arduino team created a tool to check Arduino projects for common problems. Arduino Lint runs over 175 checks on your sketches, libraries, and boards platforms which cover specification compliance, Library Manager submission requirements, and best practices. Arduino Lint Arduino Lint is […]



  • Timelapse videos have a magical feeling to them. They give us the ability to sit back and watch time fly by lets us see patterns and movements we would normally be completely oblivious to. In this case Jordan, from I Want To Make, shows us how to create a timelapse […] Read more on MAKE […]
  • "Play is important in and of itself." Read more on MAKE The post Plan C Live: The State Of Play appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
  • Subscribe to Make:cast on Itunes or Google Podcasts. You can also find it on Spotify, Deezer, Podcast Addict, PodChaser and Spreaker. A list of previous episodes of Make:cast can be found here. Scott Swaaley of Make Safe Tools As a maker, San Diego-native Scott Swaaley is a triple-threat.  He can […] Read more on MAKE […]
  • Practice “slow making” and mindfulness while needle-felting, then sew on a light to complete the magical experience Read more on MAKE The post LED Lit Felted Mushrooms appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
  • Having a place to work is important and, although “a room of one’s own” is an impossibility for many, a dedicated workspace to be creative and for virtual learning (or plain old homework) improves engagement and outcomes. Having a laptop and a desk at home has become a necessity for […] Read more on MAKE […]