In this episode, Martin M1MRB / W9ICQ is joined by Caryn-Eve Murray KD2GUT, Ed Durrant DD5LP , Dan Romanchik KB6NU, Martin Rothwell M0SGL and Chris Howard M0TCH to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. Colin M6BOY rounds up the news in brief, and this episodes feature is Solar Powered Shacks by Robert EI2HNB.
ID-4100A VHF/UHF Dual Band D-STAR Transceiver Specifications General Frequency coverage TX RX 144–148, 430–450 MHz 118–174, 230–550 MHz* *Guaranteed... Read more
“Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) Pocket Guide” by Kenneth Wyatt, WA6TTY and Michael Gruber, W1MG This small 88-page spiral bound (3” x 5”) pocket g... Read more
A review of the LNR Precision version of the MTR, Mountain Topper Radio a three band, CW only, QRP trail friendly transceiver. Mountain Topper Tri-Ban... Read more
Mix and match any four HF/VHF/UHF bands. Example: screw in 80,40,20 meter hamsticks and a dual band 2M/440 MHz whip (two on each band) on opposite sid... Read more
Since the introduction of D-STAR in 2001, Icom has been committed to improving and advancing the D-STAR experience. The ID-4100A and it’s advance tech... Read more
APRDS “APRS or the Automated Packet Reporting System can be really handy for tracking vehicles and other assets during events like parades, ride... Read more
This is part 1 of 2 of a presentation I made to the Rochester Amateur Radio Association (RaRa) on 3 June 2020 on the subject of noise (QRN) and what c... Read more