Amateur Radio Weekly – Issue 110

FreeDV 2400A and 2400B demos
This digital voice mode will run on any legacy FM analog radio.

FCC action anticipated on ARRL’s “Symbol Rate” petition
ARRL seeks to change the Amateur Service Part 97 rules to delete the symbol rate limit in §97.307(f) and replace it with a maximum bandwidth for data emissions of 2.8 kHz.

Review: Leixen NOTE 25 Watt HT
The NOTE is a 16 Channel UHF transceiver, the likes of which I have never seen before.

10 Milliwatt WSPR Beacon
The Etherkit Si5351A Breakout Board combined with the Si5351Arduino library provides a low-cost, wide range PLL with excellent frequency resolution.

RF coverage tool

Listen more than you send
Make the most of your opportunities to listen to live QSOs from your home station.
Ham Radio QRP

Pirate from Baghdad
Hassan has bootleged multiple calls for several years.

2016 Digital Mode Most Wanted Survey
These surveys help DXpedition planners and are of interest to all digital operators.

BridgeCom releases 220 MHz Mobile Radio
Features include 30 watt Mitsubishi power amplifier, Bluetooth option, and included programming cable.

How to

Decoding APRS packets with SDR Dongle
S55MA Ham Blog

Dashboard for MMDVM DMR relay


Digital Amateur TV in action
Rpidatv is a program that allows a Raspberry Pi to transmit DATV without the need for any additional hardware.

HackRF replay attack on Jeep Patriot
Demo of a replay attack on a Jeep Patriot’s keyless entry system.

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One Response to “Amateur Radio Weekly – Issue 110”

  • Goody K3NG:

    Regarding the “Pirate from Baghdad”, The Daily DX report urges everyone not to spot Hassan the pirate. The question is, how does someone know if a YI station is Hassan the pirate? (Does he say ARRRRRR after every report?)

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