Amateur Radio Special Event Station, N5S at Ely 2015 convention
The NSS 75th Anniversary Convention will host the amateur radio special event station N5S. This special event station will be open to any NSS member that wishes to try their hand at around-the-world radio communications. If you are a licensed amateur radio operator, there will be five radios available for your use; two Kenwood 100 watt HF transceivers, one Yaesu 5 watt QRP transceiver, and two 45 watt Kenwood VHF/UHF transceivers or you can bring your own.
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The DUSI was an open-source electronic compass/clinometer with a laser sight.
Unfortunately, the original producer of the product seems to have abandoned the project.
(Please correct me if I'm wrong, and we will reference his site here)