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- Ham College 74
Ham College episode 74 is now available for download. Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 12. E3A Electromagnetic waves: Earth-Moon-Earth communications, meteor scatter, microwave tropospheric and scatter propagation, aurora propagation, ionospher…
- Here Comes The 2021 Novice Rig Roundup (NRR)!
One of the most enjoyable operating events of the year is fast approaching — the Novice Rig Roundup or ‘NRR’. This year, the activity is dedicated to NRR founder and long-time participant, Bry, AF4K, who sadly became a silent-key last year. &nbs…
- ICQ Podcast Episode 345 – Progressive Changes at ARRL
In this episode, Martin (M1MRB) is joined by Leslie Butterfield G0CIB, Dan Romanchik KB6NU and Edmund Spicer M0MNG to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. Colin (M6BOY) rounds up the news in brief and in this episode’s features is in an intervi…
- LHS Episode #396: M17 Deep Dive
Hello and welcome to the 396th installment of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this episode we interview Steve Miller, KC1AWV, one of the major contributors to the M17 amateur …
- Modernizing the DY-88 Power Supply
Go with a Modern VibeThe DY-88 Power Supply is a marvelous design… for the 1940’s. It could take 3 different DC input voltages (6v, 12v or 24v) and output the 2 different filament voltages (1.5v, 6.3v), plus the low and high B+ voltages (105v, …
- Amateur Radio License Plates
Since the pandemic started up over a year ago, I haven’t done any air travel and have been driving to all business functions. Luckily all my work has been in The Northeast and within a reasonable driving distance of my home, though I often have six to eight hours of driving in a day. So, … Continue reading Amateur Radio License Plates
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