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Amateur Radio Weekly Newsletter

Ham radio news, commentary, giveaways, and more!
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Saturday, January 30, 2021

  • I’m back
    It has been 15 days since my last post but my last post was about our cat Oliver and our best buddy who we said goodbye to.  Some may think it strange but we have his ashes back home now in a cat urn.  It’s only his ashes but to Julie a…
  • Snow stopped Transmission.
    This Sunday morning we have had a good dumping of snow over the Midlands area..  Around 12:00 GMT as I write this, my VHF/UHF array of antennas strapped to the side of the house are well plastered with the white stuff.  Outsid…
  • AN/GRC-9 aka “Angry Nine”
    AN/GRC-9 – Long lived military commsMy lovely (and radioactive) RT/77-GRC/9I don’t recall where I first read about the Angry Nine, but it captured my imagination.  I read everything I could find about them and decided it would be great fun t…
  • LHS Episode #389: Jailbird Jamboree
    Welcome to Episode 389 of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this episode, the hosts discuss illegal activity on the air, the purpose of amateur radio, a remote head unit …
  • Do you remember your first?
    I was doing some cleaning around the house the other day and came across a QSL card of the very first contact I made.  It was June 6th, 1989 and I was pounding out CQ with my Bencher BY-1 Iambic paddle. I had a script all made up with a step…

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