Not all amateur radio enthusiasts are old guys. This is obviously a statement of fact, but it took a listener to the podcast to write in and remind us. Cohost, Eric Klein apologizes for error.
Paul Riismandel attended a local marketing conference as part of his day job and was reminded just how small the world of podcasting still is in 2016. Among the 20 or so people Paul talked to at the conference he estimates that more than half did not listen to podcasts, although many of them had listened to one podcast or another at some point in the past.
ARRL has produced and is making available the downloadable video, “What is Amateur Radio?” to use at club meetings and at public events, including ARR... Read more
Ham Radio Outlet (HRO) has announced plans to hire an unspecified number of Amateur Electronic Supply (AES) employees, when AES shuts down its four lo... Read more
“ESA Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti, IZ0UDF, Conducts First ARISS School Contact Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti, IZ0UDF — for now, the sole... Read more
The ARRL has filed three more complaints with the FCC, urging its Enforcement Bureau to investigate and initiate enforcement proceedings to halt the m... Read more
During the Pennsylvania Command and Communications Rally 2016 on Thursday, April 21 (1200-1900 UTC), US Department of Homeland Security SHARES(SHared... Read more
About correspondence of amateur radio products due to revision of radio law (IC7100,IC7300,IC7610,IC7851)
With the revision of the Radio Law, amateur radio communication now allows SSB operation in the 1.9MHz band. Since we have started the procedure to ob... Read more
The Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) has weighed in following the airing of a Channel 5 TV Nightmare Neighbour Next Door episode [the program may... Read more