Geeks in Space


Here you go, the link to Geeks in Space web radio

- Weekly audio show hosted by Rob "Commander Taco" Malda, Jeff "Hemos" Bates, Nate "Mix Master" Oostendorp and "CowboyNeal" Pater of Slashdot, drawing from the stories and discussions on the Slashdot site on open-source and other technology.

  

Monday, 15 August 2022

 

 

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Geeks in Space - Weekly audio show hosted by Rob "Commander Taco" Malda, Jeff "Hemos" Bates, Nate "Mix Master" Oostendorp and "CowboyNeal" Pater of Slashdot, drawing from the stories and discussions on the Slashdot site on open-source and other technology.

 

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Within the radio Specification there are two basic types of message byte: the status byte and the data byte. The Most Significant Bit of a status byte is always 1, the Most Significant Bit of a data byte is always 0. The maximum length for a standard radio message is three bytes but for some types of radio message the length can be less.