Issue 241 of Amateur Radio Weekly
Issue 241 of Amateur Radio Weekly
Amateur Radio Weekly
Issue 241 June 4th, 2022

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ISS SSTV June 8-9
This will be the first time the experiment will use the recently installed Kenwood D710GA.
morsle: The daily Morse Code challenge
You have 21 tries to guess the word, which will be played out loud in Morse code.
The Commuter Assistance Network
Every workday morning at 6am, I fire up a Motorola CDM 1250 transceiver on 146.94 and announce: "This KB2GOM, net control, standing by for the Commuter Assistance Network."
The SWLing Post
The Morse Code Podcast is a podcast celebrating morse code, the CW operating mode and Amateur Radio.
Hydration vest QRP field kit
A trail running hydration vest that contains a complete SOTA station, water, snacks, and a jacket.
ARRL increasing club commission for collecting dues
The powers that be have raised this commission to $5, effective June 1, 2022.
Cruising the Blue Ridge Parkway
The Blue Ridge area is target-rich with SOTA and POTA opportunities.
Hamvention attendance 2016-2022
The Dayton Amateur Radio Association (DARA) have announced the attendance figure for the 2022 Hamvention.
Matt's rooftop receiver shootout
Our fifteen receivers included everything from dream radios from the 1980s to current production desktop models to less expensive modern portables to high-performance bench-top lab measurement gear.
The SWLing Post


Noise cancellation part 1
Welcome to summer noise season!


The 90th Atlanta Hamfest is today at he Jim R Miller Exhibit Hall.
Gates open at 8:00AM.
Handheld Radio Field Guide: 330-page book with simplified front panel programming instructions for over 80 handheld VHF/UHF radios. Great for public service/emcomm/instructors!
10 Watt dual-band analog HT with 3200 mAh Li-ion battery.
Wouxun KG-UV9P

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