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Amateur Radio Weekly
Issue 270 January 14th, 2023

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Topband’s poor winter performance
The rapid growth of solar Cycle 25 and its seemingly continuous flaring was the prime culprit.
VE7SL
Looking to ditch Twitter? Morse Code is back
Reviving a 200-year-old system, enthusiasts are putting the digit back in digital communication.
Smithsonian Magazine
How to install Winter Field Day logging software for Raspberry Pi
It has a similar look and feel to the infamous N3FJP Winter Field Day software.
WB8ERJ
Antennas popping up all over the foothills
We want to stop it now before it becomes a dumping ground for dozens and dozens of more antennas.
KSL
wfview: Open Source interface for Icom transceivers
Real-time spectrum analyzer data are displayed, and rig controls are presented.
wfview.org
Intro to AllStarLink
What it is, how to get started, and how I use it.
The Random Wire
10-Meter mayhem
Taking advantage of the hottest band in town.
OnAllBands
SDRangel: ADS-B, AIS, APT, digital voice, POCSAG, APRS, RS41 radiosonde decoders
SDRangel is set apart because of its huge swath of built in demodulators and decoders.
RTL-SDR.com
Reducing RF noise from solar inverter by replacing capacitors
We quickly identified that the culprit was the Australian Selectronic SE42 inverter.
Marxy’s Musing on Technology
How well do compromise antennas actually work?
Well, they work really good… for what they are.
WK4DS

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Reminders for Hawaii radio amateurs:

The next meeting of the Big Island Amateur Radio Club is set for Sunday, 15 January 2023, 1400 HST, at the Kamana Senior Center, 127 Kama Street in Hilo.

The Big Island Amateur Radio Club’s Winter Field Day has been canceled because of a schedule conflict with “The Original Big Island of Hawaii International Swap Meet/Ham Fest.  And speaking of which:

The Original Big Island of Hawaii International Swap Meet/Ham Fest is set for Saturday, 28 January 2023, 0930-1400 HST, at the Waimea Community Center.


Aloha es 73 de Russell Roberts (KH6JRM)

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Hawaii County, ARRL Pacific Section

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