Weather Satellite and Waffle Page
Kevin Bates: Weather images, Digital images and some interesting links.UK
Patrick Prokop: WTOC-TV. I just checked this site out and for once I am stuck for words, you have just got take a look, the images are outstanding, images from the USA
Milan Konecny: Try it you won't be disappointed. images from Canada
Weather and Sundry:
10 Day weather forecast Hosted UK Weather.com
NOAA NESDIS: See how the professionals do it, and Thanks for making all this possible!
NOAA Education: I don't think they need an introduction, miss this and stay ignorant, Fantastic site
Dundee University: Another great site, free subscription
Timestep: Suppliers of excellent weather satellite receiving equipment.
Computer Bits etc
Northern Computer markets: Best thing since Fish & Chips
www.aria.co.uk: Worth a gander for latest prices etc.
Useful Software: in some cases also images.
Marius Rensen: Very informative, with plenty excellent software links, completely updated now includes a excellent beginners guide
Julian Moss: Keep an eye on this one Satmon II now released. RX2 control interface and some nice piccies of the English Lakes and St Helena and of course some good weather images.
David Taylor: SatSignal satellite wave file decoder (very good), also Tracking software, take a peek everything is freeware, Still Freeware with the option to Register for added goodies.
Les Hamilton: Tracking software and Palette program for colour enhancing your wx images.
Treesize pro: when installed works from the right click menu and allows quick and easy way to see the size of all subdirectories on your hard drives.
Other Sources of information and and software:
Ham Radio on the net: More than you will ever need for Amateur Radio ETC
Ofcom Office of Communications
Weathernet: Shortwave radio every morning from about 07:30 to 08:30 on LSB 3.786 MHZ includes interesting discussions, SSTV and more.
For anybody interested in SSTV etc contact George newport
Game Cheats and patches:
Start Here For PSX, N64, PC and much more
Now for something quite different: as Monty python might say
Manchester united: If they need a introduction then perhaps this is not for you.
More links to come in the near future!