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  • Weather and Tides Could Hamper Second Market Reef Youth Team Landing

    A second group of young operators will attempt a landing at Market Reef on August 18 for a week of operating from the Youth on the Air station, OJ0C, at the remote lighthouse outpost. They hope to take part in the International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend (ILLW) event.

    The Market Reef lighthouse is located so low that waves can roll over the entire DXCC entity. With no jetty, landing can be ha...

  • The Doctor Will See You Now!

    “Dummy Loads” is the topic of the new (August 16) episode of the “ARRL The Doctor is In” podcast. Listen...and learn!

    Sponsored by DX Engineering, “ARRL The Doctor is In” is an informative discussion of all things technical. Listen on your computer, tablet, or smartphone -- whenever and wherever you like!

    Every 2 weeks, your host, QST Editor-in-Chief Steve Ford, WB8IMY, and the Doctor himself, Jo...

  • Dave Popkin, W2CC/AAR2BU Receives Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award

    A New Jersey radio amateur and Military Auxiliary Radio System (MARS) member has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from President Donald Trump. ARRL Charter Life Member Dave Popkin, W2CC/AAR2BU, was recognized for his extraordinary contributions as a MARS volunteer.

    “On behalf of a grateful nation, I thank you for your lifetime of service to your fellow Americans and those most in need,” Pre...


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  • AmateurLogic 120: Raspberry Pi for PC & Mac
    AmateurLogic.TV Episode 120 is now available for download. George installs Raspberry Pi Desktop for PC and Mac. Tommy visits John Amodeo on the new set of Tim Allen’s Last Man Standing. Watch it come together. Emile shows the long awaited, multifunction, PiClock. October will be ALTV’s 13th Anniversary. We are celebrating with another contest. Get … Continue reading AmateurLogic 120: Raspberry Pi for PC & Mac
  • MiniTiouner DATV Receiver built
    At the weekend I built my MiniTiouner DATV receiver. I'd purchased the PCB, tuner module, 1V regulator and programmed USB interface module from the BATC stand at the Telford ATV Academy the previous weekend. The remaining components that I didn't alrea...
  • LHS Episode #241: The Dark Side of Open Source

    Welcome to Episode 241 of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this episode, the hosts discuss emcomm in Indonesia, the UN radio club, amateur radio license changes in Norway, open source software in automobiles and medical fields, becoming an APRS weather alert station an another dive into the Github bins. Thank you for listening! If [...]

  • Recent Noise Mystery Solved
     You may recall a recent blog regarding my installation of a new pair of inverted-V dipoles, fed from a common coaxial feedline at around 85'. Both antennas 'hear' very well and everything was peachy until I recently put the inverted-V's on my...
  • Pikes Peak SOTA: Hike from Devils Playground

    I’ve been up Pikes Peak (W0C/FR-004) a zillion times via the Pikes Peak Highway and the Pikes Peak Cog Railway (currently out of service) doing SOTA activations, working VHF contests, participating in the Colorado 14er Event, maintaining repeaters and escorting visitors from out of town. See my previous post on activating by driving up the … Continue reading Pikes Peak SOTA: Hike from Devils Playground

    The post Pikes Peak SOTA: Hike from Devils Playground appeared first on The KØNR Radio Site.

  • Amateur Radio Weekly – Issue 214
    All about Ham Radio An introduction to the world of amateur radio. SparkFun JumboSpot DMR Hotspot One of the latest crazes in the world of DMR radio is the Chinese iteration of the DMR hotspot. The principal attraction? Low cost. The Jumbospot costs about $45. John Hagensieker Light Up 2 Meters Night, an FM Simplex […]


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