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:



  • The Monaco Grand Prix is just days away and will likely be one of the most exciting races of the season. While most fans can’t participate directly — except as spectators — they can celebrate their passion through DIY projects. That’s why we’ve scoured the community to find the best of those builds for every […]
  • One of the great things about making is that it really is for everyone — every budget, every skill level, and every age group. Children are one of the groups that can benefit the most from Arduino. Getting exposed to making and home automation from an early age can be enormously beneficial for kids and […]
  • If the COVID pandemic showed us anything, it is that our public spaces are overflowing with opportunity for germ transmission. In 2019, most people didn’t think twice about touching a gas pump handle or an ATM touchscreen, but it quickly became apparent that such contact presents a genuine risk. We have technology to detect interaction […]
  • It can be tough to get started with building an Internet of Things (IoT) project from the ground-up, as getting connected, serving a webpage, and managing other devices can all be a challenge to a beginner. This is why the YouTuber known as “Mario’s Ideas” made an end-to-end tutorial that details everything one might need to build a smart […]
  • Save the date on May 28th-30th, Arduino will be back at SPS Italia in Parma, showcasing how our open-source solutions are revolutionizing the industrial sector with high performance and accessibility. At Arduino’s booth #C020, hall 7, we’ll be presenting the latest additions to our ecosystem, designed to help companies of all sizes embrace digital transformation […]



  • “I’m not selling kits; I’m selling a service.” Jenny Young is a mechanical engineer who founded Brooklyn Robot Factory thirteen years ago to bring hands-on learning experiences to kids in schools and afterschool programs. Her company has evolved from operating brick-and-mortar locations into a franchise business where they train and equip others to provide hands-on […]
  • The realm of desktop CNC machining is undergoing a creative explosion. What once felt like a niche hobby for techie types is now a super-powered tool for makers, artists, entrepreneurs, and even small-scale industrial applications. But there’s one persistent pain point that lingers for many CNC users: being tethered to a computer. Imagine this: You’re […]
  • Join the Make: editorial staff and contributors as we find new delight in old gear, from console hacking to giving old PCs new superpowers! The post Get Retro with our LIVE Make: Magazine Volume 89 Launch Party! appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
  • Shanghai, China – May 7th, 2024 – Anycubic, a renowned brand in consumer 3D printing, showcased its latest advancements at the highly anticipated TCT Shanghai event, held at Booth number 8E22. The event coincided with Anycubic’s Annual Product Launch Event, hosted by James Ouyang, the co-founder of Anycubic. James took the stage in front of […]
  • Still entranced by the specific sound of the 90s era Gravis Ultrasound PC card after all these years, Ian Scott set out to emulate it using Raspberry Pi. The post Democratizing the Demoscene: PicoGUS Brings the 90s Tracker Sound to the Masses appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.