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Amateur Radio on the International Space Station – Space Pod 3/2/16

Students all over the world are talking to the space station using amateur radio. TMRO correspondent Lisa Stojanovski discusses how schools can get involved, and how an Australian, Tony Hutchinson, is helping it all happen. TMRO Space Pods are crowd funded shows. If you like this episode consider contributing to help us to continue to…

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YOTA Interviews at HAM RADIO 2019

What attracts us to ham radio? Why did you starts this wireless hobby? Great tips are here to invite new youngsters!! YOTA Japan made interviews to YOTA friends gathered at Friedrichshafen HAM RADIO 2019 from all over the world. —- [Produced by] YOTA Japan Web: http://jouban.jp/yota-ja/ Twitter: @hamyota_japan [Music] “Music Atelier Amacha” https://amachamusic.chagasi.com/ [Photo] Pictures…

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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…

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Amateur Radio Emergency Service- stuff you don’t want to hear

TelescopeMan discusses ARES as it relates to local city and county emergency services. ARES- the Amateur Radio Emergency Service. This radio service is sometimes associated with SKYwarn where trained spotters track weather events and report conditions to the local weather bureau. A “sister” service is RACES, which is the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service. Amateur…

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One Transistor Regenerative Radio Receiver

A one transistor regenerative receiver based on this design https://sites.google.com/site/ljgalasso/amregen.pdf with some modifications from Charles Kitchin’s simple regen http://www.arrl.org/files/file/Technology/tis/info/pdf/0009061.pdf to stabilize the transistor bias. Here is the schematic for my version http://i.imgur.com/pPXKP.png I’m documenting this in a video since I’ll soon be tearing this circuit apart to make something new. Source

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Ham Nation 182: We Visit the American Legion Amateur Radio Club

Hosts: Bob Heil (K9EID), Gordon West (WB6NOA), George Thomas (W5JDX), Don Wilbanks (AE5DW), Valerie Hotzfeld (NV9L), and Amanda Alden (K1DDN) Guest: Marty Justis (K9TAL) Gordo sings at Quartzfest 2015, Amateur Radio Newsline is back, Don and George’s excellent Hamfest adventure and more! Download or subscribe to this show at http://twit.tv/hn. Thanks to Joe Walsh who…

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What the heck is a HAM RADIO NET?

TelescopeMan does a “listen-in” on the Garland Amateur Radio Club weekly radio Net. If you wondered just what ham radio operators talk about, then this is the video for you! Have fun on the radio- it’s like an old fashion telephone PARTY LINE, without any external infrastructure except the amateur radio operators equipment. W1XWX asks…

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Is This The Future Of Ham Radio?

Discount Link and Info: https://amzn.to/33T1aDo Company Website: https://www.ptalkie.com BDSTECHNOLOGYLLC.com for class information This week I’m reviewing something a bit different. This is the Power Talkie. It’s billed as an off grid communication device to connect mobile phones in a mesh network. I’m taking them off grid into an environment that I think a product like…

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Pull Double Duty with your QRP Ham Radio| Xiegu XPA125B Review

See the Amp here: https://www.mfjenterprises.com/Product.php?productid=XPA-125B XCE-19 Data Port: https://www.mfjenterprises.com/Product.php?productid=XCE-19 Can The Xiegu XPA125B Amplifier compete with the king of QRP amps? We’ll look at both the Elecraft KXPA100 and this Xiegu to see what you get with each and how much it’ll cost you. Watch this video before you buy a QRP Amplifier. Source

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Hams In Emergencies

Recent disasters in the US and around the world have resulted in lost communications. Whether hurricanes, tsunamis, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions or terror attacks response to a disaster is made more difficult without effective communications. Cal OES has at least one answer to that in California – HAMS. Source

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Ham Nation 156 The ARRL at 100

Hosts: George Thomas (W5JDX), Don Wilbanks (AE5DW), Dale Puckett (K0HYD) and Amanda Alden (K1DDN) Guest: Al Matthews (K1LTJ) and Mike Ferreira (WT6H) WRTC results, the ARRL centennial, George’s Field Day setup, and more! Download or subscribe to this show at http://twit.tv/hn. Submit your own video to Ham Nation! HamNationVideos@twit.tv We invite you to read, add…

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GET a mobile amateur radio first

Then go and get an HT (handi talkie) SECOND. TelescopeMan discusses why in this video. He also recommends a Kenwood 281a as a low cost alternative for your first amateur radio. Some of the product links contained in the COMMENT section may direct you to associate marketing sites such as Amazon Associates, and Ebay Patners.…

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Ham Radio CLUBS- should you join

TelescopeMan gives 6 things that you should watch for when joining a new amateur radio club. New Technicians SHOULD join a club. However the first club may not be your FINAL club membership. Radio club membership is very important during your first few years of operation. Later you should join the club(s) whose members friendship…

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