Here are the leading Amateur/Ham Radio News stories for the week of 12 September 2020, compiled by the “Amateur Radio Weekly Newsletter.”
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Saturday, September 12, 2020
- LHS Episode #365: XLX Reflector Deep Dive
You have discovered the 365th installment of Linux in the Ham Shack. Due to new experiences with the D-STAR digital voice system, Russ has decided he wanted to set up …
- Next Generation of Heroes Arrives…
News from QRP-Labs…. Homebrew Hero 2019 Hans Summers has been very busy and not from handling sales and QSX design efforts! The next generation of Homebrew Heroes has arrived in the form of Baby Atlas, another son in the Summers household. Hans writes: Yes, new baby in the house! Born 30-Jun-2020, baby “Atlas”, his weight […]
- Just One More dB!
*** The following blog was originally published in 2016 but is still very applicable in 2020! ***How often have you struggled to pull a weak signal out of the noise? “Just give me one more db”, you tell yourself. A recent posting to the Topband …
- My Comments On The Proposed FCC License Fees
You have probably heard about the FCC proposal to establish a $50 application fee for Amateur Radio licenses. This is part of an overall redesign of the FCC’s fee structure, affecting many radio services, not just amateur radio. The Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) is found in Docket 20-270. The public is invited to … Continue reading My Comments On The Proposed FCC License Fees →
- LHS Episode #366: The Weekender LVI
It’s time once again for The Weekender. This is our bi-weekly departure into the world of amateur radio contests, open source conventions, special events, listener challenges, hedonism and just plain …
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