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Episode 233 – Ray Waldemar – WA6NVL Ray Waldemar, WA6NVL, is an early adopter of electronic technologies that find their way into amateur radio including the first Apple 1...

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TYT Quad Band TH-9800 Review

Today we are going to be talking about the TYT Quad Band Transceiver, the TH-9800. This radio is a clone of the Yaesu FT-8900 but at about $180-200 cheaper!...

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The Latest Episode of ARRL Audio News is Available

Listen to the new episode of ARRL Audio News on your iOS or Android podcast app, or online at http://www.blubrry.com/arrlaudionews/. Audio News is also retransmitted on a number of...

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Emergency Grid Down Communications Winter Edition

“Hello Operators Extreme weather and grid down disasters seem to be happening more often, and with greater intensity. More often than not, when we organize off grid emergency communications...

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New Technical Requirements in Bulgaria

Today, January 18th, New Technical Requirements has been published from Bulgarian Ministry of Communication.  Thanks to the great commitment of BFRA now Bulgarian Amateurs have obtained some important changes :...

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Es’hail-2 live ! TRANSPONDER TESTS

Es’hail 2 was launched last November and it is the first geostationary satellite to contain an amateur radio transponder. The satellite is positioned at 25.5°E which is over Africa. It’s reception footprint...

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Ham Radio Deluxe 6.5.0.183 Released

Ham Radio Deluxe “The 6.5.0.183 version of Ham Radio Deluxe is now available for download. Please download it from the Download pages on our website at: www.HamRadioDeluxe.com Ham Radio...

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Uniden SDS200 – Analog & Digital [ VIDEO ]

Overview Introducing the SDS200, Uniden’s latest and most advanced base/mobile digital trunking scanner. The SDS200 incorporates the latest True I/Q receiver technology, which provides the best digital decode performance...

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December YOTA Month Activity Records More Than 80,000 Contacts

More than 80,000 contacts went into logs at YOTA suffix stations and others participating in December Youngsters on the Air (YOTA) Month, with most operations in International Amateur Radio...

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