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- AmateurLogic 156: Radiogram
AmateurLogic.TV Episode 156 is now available for download. What’s a Shortwave Radiogram? OpenWebRX v1.0 Update. UBLOX7 Winlink and Time Sync using GPS. 1:04:56 Download YouTube
- LHS Episode #412: WFView Deep Dive
Hello and welcome to the 412th episode of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this episode, we have a fantastic interview with Elliott, Phil and Roeland, developers of the WFView …
- LHS Episode #413: The Weekender LXXII
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 …
- About Those Drive Up SOTA Summits
The Summits On The Air (SOTA) program was designed with hiking/climbing in mind but some SOTA summits have roads that go to the top. Some notable ones that come to mind are Pikes Peak (W0C/FR-004), Mount Scott (W5O/WI-002), Mount Coolidge (W0D/BB-012), Sandia Crest (W5N/SI-001), Mount Greylock (W1/MB-001) and Mount Mitchell (W4C/CM-001). There are also summits … Continue reading About Those Drive Up SOTA Summits →
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- ICQ Podcast Episode 351 – New RSGB President discusses IARU/RSGB Survey
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 the episode we feature we discuss the RS…
- LHS Episode #414: IRCsome Internet Politics
Hello and welcome to the 414th installment of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this episode, the hosts discuss the Young Ham of the Year Award, new EM exposure limits …
- Hunting For NDBs In CLE268
LF-336kHz courtesy: http://www.ve3gop.com/It’s CLE time! ‘CLE’s are ‘Co-ordinated Listening Events, and NDB DXers around the world focus their listening time on one small slice of the NDB spectrum. It’s another unique one agai…
- Ham College 77
Ham College episode 77 is now available for download. Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 15. E4A Test equipment: analog and digital instruments, spectrum analyzers, antenna analyzers, oscilloscopes, RF measurements, computer-aided measurements. 5…
- AmateurLogic Shorts 6: Automate Your Pi
The Cheap Old Man wants to “Automate Your Pi”. Please Subscribe and click the Like and Share buttons if you enjoy our content. Note AmateurLogic Shorts are only available on YouTube.
- A Decibel Is Still A Decibel
When discussing signal levels and power output, hams like to say things like: Using higher power isn’t important because it only gives you one additional S unit and You’ll lose some power in the coax but you won’t even notice a few dB These statements are often true and at the same time may be … Continue reading A Decibel Is Still A Decibel →
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- ICQ Podcast Episode 352 – Hubs, Clubs and Virtual Meetings USA Style and Gateways On The Air Event
In this episode, Martin (M1MRB) is joined by Chris Howard (M0TCH), Martin Rothwell (M0SGL), Ed Durrant (DD5LP) and Bill Barnes (WC3B) to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. Colin (M6BOY) rounds up the news in brief and in the episode we featur…
- AmateurLogic Shorts 7: Windows Sandbox
A test environment for Windows that protects your PC against potentially dangerous programs you might need to run. Please Subscribe and click the Like and Share buttons if you enjoy our content. Note AmateurLogic Shorts are only available on YouTube.
- Single-Yagi EME
After being absent from 2m EME (moonbounce) for the past couple of years, I decided to spark-up again this spring to see if my simple system was still up to the task.Pretty much every month, during the moon’s sweep through its northern declinat…
- LHS Episode #415: Open Research Institute Deep Dive 2
Welcome to Episode 415 of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this episode, we welcome back Michelle Thompson, W5NYV, from the Open Research Institute. We had an interview about the …
- AmateurLogic 157: Cheap Touch, Charge & Chat
AmateurLogic.TV Episode 157 is now available for download. A $22 Raspberry Pi Touchscreen with case and fan. Is it worth it? The awesome VC4S Intelligent Battery Tester, Charger, Conditioner. VARA File Transfers and Chat over HF and FM gets the job do…
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