Issue 331 of Amateur Radio Weekly
Issue 331 of Amateur Radio Weekly
Amateur Radio Weekly
Issue 331 May 18th, 2024

Hamvention Interviews

Over the next several days I'll be posting audio interviews conducted at Hamvention. The initial two interviews with representatives from World Radio League and AREDN are now online. Watch this space on Amateur Radio Daily for additional interviews from YL Radio League, Linux in the Ham Shack, HamSCI, Photon Radio, M17 & FreeDV, AMSAT, and more.

Top links

FlexRadio announces FLEX-8400M transceiver
The FLEX-8400M offers the latest direct sampling SDR technology with a high-resolution display and ergonomic controls.
ICOM hints at new 60th anniversary X60 product
At the Dayton Hamvention this weekend, ICOM put on display a number of printed circuit boards from what is supposed to be the 60th Anniversary Concept Model X60.
CubeSatSim Kits available at Hamvention
Available online, soon. We ask for your help in testing the new hardware and software and making sure that all the instructions and documentation are accurate.
National VOA Museum of Broadcasting extended hours during Hamvention
Our Amateur Radio station WC8VOA will be on the air to operate.
Amateur Radio Daily
Open Source in Amateur Radio wiki
This resource is dedicated to providing information about open-source software and hardware as well as free home-brew projects for Amateur Radio enthusiasts.
Photon Radio
Provable technology for high speed digital communications of 1Mbit/sec in the HF bands.
Photon Radio
What's new at Digital Library of Amateur Radio & Communications
4,000+ manuals, DX-pedition video tapes, 109 radio books from MIT, more...
Zero Retries
Using AI to generate modern QSL cards
Having never used any form of online AI and not having any artistic abilities I was amazed how easy it was to create images using nothing more than a paragraph or so of text to describe what it was I wanted to create.
In-depth story of the QO-100 Newfoundland QSO
UK-based Malayali ham travels to Marconi's hill, cracks Radio Amateurs' North American riddle.


Radio wave propagation on Mars
A look at how radio wave propagation works on Mars and what makes it different than Earth.
Mike N2MAK
Iridium satellite decoding with an Airspy, RTL-SDR Blog patch antenna and DragonOS
Iridium was first decoded with low cost hardware by security researchers back in 2016.

Did you receive this email as a forward?

Sign-up here

Amateur Radio Weekly is curated by K4HCK.
Do you have an interesting item to share? Email us!

Thank you for reading.
Friends of the Newsletter | View the archive | Follow on Mastodon

Explore the Ham Weekly Network

Amateur Radio Weekly | NetFinder | Amateur Radio Daily

Subscribe to our email list.