About this website....|
Posted Mar 14, 2003 - 11:11 PM
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A pop-up free PMR 446 website??! Read all about it here...
How to use this website
It's all pretty simple. The bulk of the content is in either the forum or the topics menu . Clicking on the "forum" link will take you straight into the forum! Simple? We think so. In there you will find user postings relating to mods, tips, advice, pmr 446 in general and our pmr 446 internet gateway linking system using eQSO.
Topics is probably the second most important section on this site.
Clicking on topics takes you to the archive of articles written and posted on this website. These articles are divided into the following subsections depending on content:-
News (latest stories and gossip on PMR446)
Gateways (stories about users radio links to our gateway server using eQSO)
Hardwired (a column featuring circuits and electronics of interest to PMR446 users)
Feedback (your views on this site and gateway linking of PMR446)
DX-ing (information and help regarding long distance PMR446 radio use)
How-To's (detailed explanation of how to do something relating to PMR446)
Website (information, details and help for this site)
PMR446 (anything else related to PMR446 not suitable for the above categories)
Software (we also write stuff you know!)
People (articles about important people in radio history. Or anyone else we take a fancy to)
Clicking on the icon for each of those sections will show you the archive list of stories in that category.
The homepage for the website also shows the five latest stories in all categories and you can simply click on the link above each one from there to read the article.
We really appreciate feedback - in some ways, critical feedback is better for us because it helps us to see what we need to do to improve the website in any way we can.
If you want to see what others have written, have a look at some of the website feedback that we have received so far.
If you have any suggestions, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a member of the website you may also post suggestions in the "Website" category in the forums.
Dean & TJ