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You may have noticed something new in posts, since we upgraded to v4 of the IPB software. That new addition, is Acronym Expansion. You will notice a dotted line under acronyms / initials, like IPS, for example, the creators of the IPB software. If you mouse over these various groups of letters, a popup window will show you the expanded meaning of those initials, in case you may not be familiar with them. I will try to add more of these, as they come to mind, or as I see them in various posts on the site. If you have any you would like to see added, just let me know. Here are a few I have added, which some of you may find useful: EOS, FWCMS, COLA, DOB, NGO, FUBAR, PPPPPPP, SFA, FFS, YMMV, etc. For some of us who appreciate electronics, computers and such, AC, DC, SPST, SPDT, NiFe, NiCd, AH, FLA, GUI, WiFi, WAN, LAN, SWR, EER, BTU, BTUh, etc. I have also added some cities in Cambodia, PP, SR, BTB, and SHV. Lastly, I have added various currencies and miscellaneous other acronyms. I have 104 acronyms, currently. Always adding more, as time permits.
@Oz Jon, I was informed today that Cootel was going to move tower locations (READ: already had moved), thus causing the signal to drop at the farm. We are talking a serious drop in signal, so much that they suggested we discontinue the service with them. My thread regarding our Cootel service. Fortunately, I had already begun to cover all my bases, by contacting the omnidirectional antenna manufacturer, via email, for price and availability on a yagi antenna offering similar specs (frequency range, impedance, etc.). And, I have been discussing with you, the possibly sending the signal from my apartment in the city, to the farm, as well. Anyway, below is the specs sheet for the omni, which I sent to him. He, quite obviously, did not read the subject line of the email, or the specs sheet, aside from the model number of the antenna. Here are a couple of the (several) PDFs he sent to me: TDJ-1900ACY7.pdf TDJ-1900SP10.pdf Keep in mind, I was quite clear in the frequency range I needed, which was stated in the subject line, as well as on the specs sheet.