Here are the latest Amateur Radio news, commentary from the “Amateur Radio Weekly Newsletter”, week of March 19, 2022.
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Saturday, March 19, 2022
- ICQ Podcast Episode 372 – Amateur Radio Resources
In this episode, Martin Butler (M1MRB) is joined by joined by Chris Howard (M0TCH), Martin Rothwell (M0SGL), Frank Howell (K4FMH) and Leslie Butterfield G0CIB to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. Colin (M6BOY) rounds up the news in brief and…
- Its that time of year again.
I try to keep track of the last time I cleaned my desktop PC. I would imagine most of us out there depend on PCs for most of our tasks as well as entertainment. For me, it’s very important once a year to remove my desktop PC from service an…
- Lets get a healthy debate going shall we…..
Everyone is aware of what is going on in Ukraine with the Russian invasion. Each day we hear of new sanctions and boycotts regarding Russia. In Amateur radio circles I have heard opinions from both sides regarding contacting Russian stations or not. Th…
- LHS Episode #458: SPF 25
Hello and welcome to the 458th installment of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this short-topics episode the hosts discuss the rise of the current solar cycle, AMSAT on Discord, …
- VHF Range From SOTA Summits
When doing VHF activations for Summits On The Air (SOTA), the radio range is dependent on the height of the summit and the surrounding terrain. The Radio Mobile website from Roger/VE2DBE is a great tool that can be used to estimate the radio range from a particular site. Repeater system owners often use tools like […]
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