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for Martin E. Meserve

JavaScript®
Electronic
Notebook

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Introduction

Hello, and thank you for visiting my web site. The main focus of this site is what I call my JavaScript® Electronic Notebook, accessable from the menu on the left. It consists of a group of JavaScript® driven web pages that are intended for use as a quick reference for Ham Radio operators or just anyone interested in electronics. Use the menu bar on the left to access any one of them.

The Notebook is similar to other applications on the net, like HamCalc by George Murphy, VE3ERP, or a windows version of HamCalc on John Owen's, G4VWL, web site. The only real difference is that my pages do not require any downloading and installation. All you need is a web browser and an internet connection.

This web page is kind of an experiment. Initially the content may seem a little scant. But, I only started this site on June 5, 2004 and as time goes on, I will add much more. Use the menu at the top to navigate this site. I may expand into other areas over time, but this is it for now. If you have some ideas on expanding some pages, adding new topics, or even have a page of your own that you might like to include, let me know. I may adjust it so that it fits the patterns of my pages, but you will receive full credit.

Because this site is experimental, don't expect everything to work right off. If there is a real problem let me know. At the top of each page is a link to a email page (E-Mail Web Page) so that you can get ahold of me. This helps me keep spam down, by not having to list my email address. This link will allow you to send email to me, even if you don't have email configured on your local machine.

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