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Saturday, February 27, 2021
- ARRL international CW contest.
The bands were alive with CW today even with the not-so-great-sounding solar forecast.
- LHS Episode #395: It’s a Virtual, Virtual, Virtual, Virtual World
Hello and welcome to Episode 395 of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this short topics episode, we talk with Eric Guth, 4Z1UG, about the upcoming QSO Today expo. We …
- A very nice surprise.
USS North Carolina It was a very nice surprise to get this QSL card in the mail the other week. It is a picture of the USS North Caroline museum battleship. The radio room on this ship was used during the North Carolina QSO party last year. …
- Giving Back to Elmers: the Soldering Platform Edition
We all have Elmers in this hobby through one medium or another. I’ve certainly been blessed with a number of them. I’ve tried to be an Elmer to a number of others, too. We get Elmering through other means besides in-person discussions, of course, as various social media platforms—especially Youtube—has exploded with how-to videos and […]
- The Culture of Yes: Change Afoot at ARRL HQ?
As part of my work with the ICQ Podcast, I have regularly interviewed the current CEO of the ARRL as a feature. On Episode 345 that will drop this Sunday (Feb 27, 2021 Central Time), I interview both the CEO, David Minster NA2AA, and the President, Rick Roderick K5UR. I heartily encourage you to listen […]
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