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#1 QRM


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Posted 29 November 2013 - 09:13 PM

One of my hobbies has been Amateur (Ham) Radio for the past 50+ years and those of us that use international morse code have a list of codes so we don't need to spell out everything; maybe that was a precursor to texting and twitter..who knows. QRM means a signal is being interfered with.


Well, there can be many annoyances within a computer. Although I taught computers for the past 30 years, remember the vic-20?- I still am challenged by them 


Hopefully these forums will be helpful and maybe I'll be able to make some contributions as well as getting answers.



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