Here’s the latest Amateur/Ham Radio update from the “Amateur Radio Weekly Newsletter”, dated 10 April 2021.
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Saturday, April 10, 2021
- LHS Episode #405: It Lives
Hello and welcome to the 405th installment of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this episode, the hosts discuss the zombie apocalypse–well, almost. Topics range from World Amateur Radio Day …
- You just never know………
9K2OW in the logThis evening I decided to settle into the shack and once again get on FT8 to see what was happening. I went directly to 40m and set my power to 70 watts. As a side note funny thing about 40m I used to bother the washer machine and…
- Why People Hate FT8
Let’s just be real for a moment. A lot of people hate FT8. You all have seen it in social media and on the air. It’s a popular mode, so popular in fact that one report citing Club Log data recently showed that 80% of HF contacts in their tracking nowadays are FT8. This increase … Continue reading Why People Hate FT8
- An RF-Quiet LED ‘Fluorescent’ Bulb
I recently had the fluorescent bulb in one section of the under-cabinet kitchen counter lighting fixture go dark. This wasn’t too surprising as the 24” bulb had been in place since the house was built in 1990! I purchased the replac…
- AmateurLogic Shorts 3: Good To The Last Drop
George attempts to re-pressurize a flat can of contact cleaner. Will it work? Please Subscribe and click the Like and Share buttons if you enjoy our content. Note AmateurLogic Shorts are only available on YouTube.
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