I combine my ham radio hobby with my interest in electronics. Therefore, it is not so much a shack, but an electronics lab with a bunch of radios in it.
I also have a website about my electronics hobby, where I post video's about my projects.
This is my experimental APRS fill-in digipeater PE1RXF-10. I use it mainly as a central server for a cluster of logging devices in my garden. These measure temperature and humidity of the green houses. Just for fun, and only when I am around.
It is in range of the local APRS digipeater DB0PBG-5 and it only relays messages from PE1RXF*.
The digipeater uses a Baofeng UV9RPLUS hand held radio, outputting about 1 Watt. It is connected to a home build dipole antenna. A home build interface with USB sound card connects it to a Raspberry Pi running APRX software.
Go to my electronics website (in dutch) for more information.
You can contact me by sending an e-mail to mees at the domain name. You are probably a nerd, so you know what that means...
Are you a HAM? Try to contact me via the air. My call sign is PE1RXF.
When I am available, you can find my current status on any APRS map and at the bottom of this contact section. I also regularly check my Winlink e-mail box.