Merry Christmas from radmon.org! I hope you all have a great day. I am looking forward to the kids opening their presents, a present or two under the tree for me and some alcohol!
Thanks to all the stations sending in data over the last year, to all our visitors and to those who donated or purchased a radbox. The worries about hosting that happened early in the year have been solved, the hardware costs to solve that have been covered and radmon.org runs on some decent hardware ready for the future. Due to the issues development over the first 6 months had to take a back seat and the last 6 months has been a very busy time juggling work, the kids and working on our home. 2016 will bring some renewed efforts to bring those features you have been patiently waiting for. Thank you Thimo for looking after pyradmon, adding features and helping with bugs and other problems. The sharing of data with radioactiveathome.org was a highlight of this year, thanks to all who helped it happen. This site remains a home for the experimenter, enthusiast and scientist! Roll on 2016 :)
Welcome davidnicholson to radmon.org! :)
David has a BroHogan GK-Plus with SBM-20 tube.
Welcome Bergloewe to radmon.org!
Bergloewe has a radmon.org radbox-20 and is located in Karlsruhe, Germany.

Welcome matthieu to radmon.org!
matthieu has a radmon.org radbox-20 and is located in Erfurt, Germany.

Thank you both for your support. :)
Welcome ankast to radmon.org! :)
ankast has an RH Electronics V3.01 geiger counter v. 3.01 with STS-5 tube

Welcome nathanchantrell to radmon.org! :)
Nathan has a RH Electronics DIY kit, connected to a mini Arduino/RFM12B 433MHz radio board of his own design.