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Canb2016: Special 3 – Muller Licht 18W 1700lm 4000K T8 4ft LED Tube

If you’ve been following along, you probably didn’t guess that the final special post of my Canberra journey would have to do with LED lighting, but in fact this was the impetus for me to have met with the reader … Continue reading

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Canb2016: Special 2 – iomega REV 35Gb/90Gb Drives & Disks

The second special installment also has to do with removable storage, funnily enough. This post deals with the iomega REV, a removable hard drive system with capacities of 35Gb, 70Gb and 120Gb. This system was supposed to be a follow-up … Continue reading

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Canb2016: Special 1 – LS-120 & Zip250 Drives, LS-240 Disk & Benchmarks

In the last post, I alluded to some special postings related to my Canberra trip. Aside from the conference and roaming around, I was contacted by a reader who wished to offer me a few items as they thought I … Continue reading

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Canb2016: Part 6 – DAB+, DVB-T, FM Broadcast & Other Radio Scanning

It’s been a busy day of analysis to bring this part of my Canberra trip to a posting, but I suppose, it’s probably good that I’ve done the analysis before the data got too stale. In this post, I will … Continue reading

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Canb2016: Part 5 – More Walking Around the City

This post continues the random photos taken while walking around the city areas. Transportation The Sydney Building looks very similar to the Melbourne Building, but is essentially a large bus interchange for all of Action’s bus services. They also use … Continue reading

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Canb2016: Part 4 – Walking Around the City

Lets just say that my time in Canberra was limited, but that in itself wasn’t necessarily a bad thing. Of course, Canberra has its regular tourist attractions (e.g. Parliament House, Old Parliament House, War Memorial, Art Gallery, etc) but as … Continue reading

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Canb2016: Part 3 – Exploring the CBRfree WiFi Network

To a geek, having an internet connection is everything. Seeing as my budget conscious hotel didn’t offer free Wi-Fi, I decided I would try my luck and see if I could fix that. They did offer Wi-Fi on a paid-for … Continue reading

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Canb2016: Part 2 – ANU & the Asia-Pacific Solar Research Conference

The main reason for heading all the way down to Canberra was to attend the APSRC. Having never spent any time at ANU, I felt it was pertinent that I take a tour around some of the campus to see … Continue reading

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Canb2016: Part 1 – The Journey and the Room

Just recently, I had the opportunity to present my work at the Asia-Pacific Solar Research Conference 2016, which was being held at ANU in Canberra. As a result of this, I had a good reason to make a trip down … Continue reading

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