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:


  • Among security professionals, a “drop box” is a device that can be covertly installed at a target location and phone home over the Internet, providing a back door into what …read more
  • Most people think of a keyboard as a flat, vaguely rectangular thing with around 100ish different keys. A mechanical keyboard enthusiast would heartily disagree and point out various tenkeyless, 75%, …read more
  • With some free time on his hands waiting for delayed parts to arrive, [Rik] set out to reverse engineer an old VME system he had acquired. VMEbus computers are based …read more
  • All feats of engineering build on a proper understanding of the basic engineering concepts. Learning these concepts from a book or class tends to be a rather uninspiring exercise, unfortunately. …read more
  • Building a Bluetooth speaker is easy with the availability of cheap Bluetooth receivers, but surprisingly there isn’t a simple way to build a pair of truly wireless stereo speakers. [Matt] …read more


  • We've an update for WiFi module firmware on Arduino Cloud-compatible boards and check out the new watchdog feature that keeps your hardware alive. The post More memory and new watchdog features for Arduino Cloud library appeared first on Arduino Blog.
  • When playing the guitar, working the fretboard is only half of the equation. The other half is plucking or strumming the strings. But some people, particularly those with disabilities, may find it difficult to do both. To help with the strumming part of the equation, Jacob Stambaugh designed this DIY AutoStrummer device. Stambaugh’s AutoStrummer fits […]
  • Almost all of us have thought “That thing looks pretty cool, I wish I could build one of my one” while watching a movie or TV show. In the latest Hacksmith video, the team set out to do just that – construct a jetpack that looks nearly identical to the one seen in The Mandalorian.  The […]
  • Check out these top 10 amazing Star Wars projects built with Arduino that are more powerful than you can possibly imagine. The post The DIY force is strong with these 10 Arduino Star Wars projects appeared first on Arduino Blog.
  • Welcome to Arduino Cloud, which now includes two new Cloud plans and significant free upgrades to the existing ones. The post Say hello to Arduino Cloud, more things and two new plans appeared first on Arduino Blog.



  • In the new issue of Make: we give hands-on guidance to tools you can use to train AI modules right now, like Tensor Flow, Edge Impulse, and Lobe. The post Announcing… Make: Vol. 77 — Machine Learning (and More!) appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
  • This is the contest you are looking for. This year, to celebrate the glorious return of May 4th, one of our favorite holidays around the Make: Magazine offices, we are excited to announce the May The 4th contest in partnership with NVIDIA. You have an opportunity, Padawan, to show everyone how intensely you can channel […]
  • As a television series adaptation of the Pre-Lord of the Rings story is being eagerly awaited by millions around the world, I thought it apt to stir the imaginations of those who have yet to taste the magic of JR Tolkeins world.   I was thinking of all the iconic imagery of The Hobbit and Lord […]
  • The city of Kyoto is renowned for its many temples, the artisans who have flourished there since its heyday as the Imperial capital, its intellectual culture, an inventive and refined cuisine, and the many traditional festivals that mark its calendar. Since 2019, Maker Faire has joined that annual lineup, revealing the city’s thriving culture of […]
  • Mark Zalme had an idea how to organize everything in clear jars that could be mounted on pegboard in his garage in Asheville, North Carolina. Over 3-4 years, he developed this idea into a product called WallWerx, a workspace organizing system. The post Everything In Its Own Jar appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and […]