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Icom ID5100 vs Yaesu FTM400 best for ham radio adventure travel

Why did I Install a Yaesu FTM-400 over the Icom ID-5100 in My Jeep Wrangler? Viewer Question Source

Amateur Radio | Technology Trends

Amateur radio (also called ham radio) is the use of designated radio frequency spectrum for purposes of private recreation, non-commercial exchange of messages, wireless experimentation, self-training, and emergency communication. The term “amateur” is used to specify persons interested in radio… Continue Reading →

ARISS contact with WRC-15 and Institut Florimont

Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) contact with WRC-15 and Institut Florimont from the ITU amateur radio station 4U1ITU, at ITU 12.41 on 3 November 2015. Live – direct contact between the ITU radioamateur station 4U1WRC and ISS ARISS station OR4ISS operated by NASA astronaut Kjell Lindgren KO5MOS. Source

Ham Nation 204: Katie and Val Explain Ham Radio Deluxe

Ham Radio Deluxe, using a barbed wire antenna, Bob Heil’s field day and more! Download or subscribe to this show at http://twit.tv/hn. Submit your own video to Ham Nation! HamNationVideos@twit.tv Source

Beginner Ham Radio #9 – QSL Cards & Awards

telescopeMan discusses QSL Cards- which is how amateur radio operators confirm their contacts. This is #9 in a series of beginner amateur radio videos. Source

ARRL Sections 35wpm

ARRL Sections are used in the (Summer) Field Day and Winter Field Day contest exchanges. I have included “DX” since it is used by anyone operating outside of an ARRL Section. For each section, try to head-copy it. First, it is sent in Morse code. Then it is spoken. And finally, it is sent again…

Voice over IP and amateur radio

TelescopeMan discusses K5VOM (Dan) and other amateur radio operators who are connecting VOIP and ham radios into a USA-wide radio net. Source

Alaska Radio Youtube – Audio of Amateur Radio Operators assisting in Alaska Earthquake of 1964

Audio of Amateur Radio Stations assistance with communications during the Alaska Earthquake of March 1964 Source

New ham shack antennas and grounding

TelescopeMan shows his two antennas at the new ham shack along with the grounding arrangement. Source

STEM « Victorian ARDF Group Blog

From Monica Lo Presti –  a teacher at Dromana College, Dromana College offers a STEAM enhancement class for Year 7 and 8 students before school once a week. This term, students began to look at some of the basics of… Continue Reading →

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