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.
Yet-to-be-developed Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules stemming from the recent passage in Congress of H.R. 636, the FAA Reauthorization Act,... Read more
ARRL Handbook 2019 (Boxed Set) The 2019 edition of The ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications now is available as a six-volume boxed set in a handsome... Read more
A station believed to be that of a radio amateur in the Wittenberg, Germany, area attempted to use CW to jam a Russian Navy FSK (F1B) signal intruding... Read more
The International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) Emergency Telecommunications Guide is now available for download from the IARU website. The guide... Read more
Starting on April 1, Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) will accept applications from US schools, museums, science centers, and... Read more
Applications for the 2021 ARRL Foundation Scholarship Program will be accepted between October 1 and December 31, 2020. Allapplicants must be FCC-lice... Read more