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Thrustmaster Hotas Warthog file for Thrustmaster's T.A.R.G.E.T software and Microsofts FSX flight simulator. This also works Steams FSW and Lockheeds P3D. If you wish to add your own modifications then do so. The file has been added to the flightsimulation page
Thrustmaster Hotas Warthog file for Thrustmaster's T.A.R.G.E.T software and BobII flight simulator. This file has just been further updated, making more use of the throttle keys. If you wish to add your own modifications then do so. The file has been added to the flightsimulation page.
This is a very useful coaxial cable calculator and is now at version 5.2 with a number of new cables added. The righthand column is laid out with multiple half wavelengths, of which you will need to add one quarter wavelength to bring the aerial to resonance. The left-hand column is where all the cables, along with their velocity factor and cable loss per one hundred metres are listed. The centre column is where you enter the velocity factor and frequency and below that, after entering the necessary information, is the actual system loss that you will obtain. There is also the instructions on how to use.
It is now over five years since Ian (G1IUY) passed away and there is still a large amount of radio equipment available. This equipment is available to sensible offers. It is a shame to see this equipment not being used and needs to go, so make your offers. This file is regularly updated with the removal of what has been sold.
We have had a very bad experience with a minicab company called atom minicabs (www.atomcabs.co.uk). They are a London based company with 0207 and 0208 numbers.
We ordered a minicab from this company on 6 July 2018 at approximately 19:34 to be able to get to King's Cross by 11:45 on the morning of 7 July 2018. We was informed that a minicab would be there and will telephone us at 11:35. At 11:39 I had to telephone the minicab company to find out where the minicab was. I was informed that there was no such booking and was told that they had no minicabs available.
This meant we had to go out and try to find a taxicab. This taxicab could not manage to get us to King's Cross on time. As our tickets were pre-booked it meant that we had to pay another £48.20 to be able to get the next train.
We definitely will never be using this minicab company again and certainly cannot recommend it to anybody.