Amateur Radio Weekly – Issue 257

Amateur Radio Weekly

Internet Archive looking for Amateur Radio materials
DLARC will be a massive online library of materials and collections related to Amateur Radio and early digital communications.
Internet Archive

Shortwave station WRMI damaged by Ian
Here are photos from the tower farm in Okeechobee.
Radio World

The art and design of Ham Radio
The cards reveal a rich typographic expression that is rare in their authenticity—each card a personal reflection of the stations operator.
Print Magazine

The thorny problem of keeping the Internet’s time
An obscure software system synchronizes the network’s clocks. Who will keep it running?
The New Yorker

Maryland firefighter uses his Ham Radio to send rescuers
Firefighter and Ham Radio hobbyist helped rescue a group stranded by Hurricane Ian.
Fox News

EMCOMM in action
Providing communications support for the Pan Ohio Hope Ride.

The largest commercial communications array ever has just launched
The problem is, it might outshine all stars and planets.

Bicycle Mobile
I wanted to work HF using my bike as a stand. I won’t ride with the HF antenna installed but rather set it up when I stop.

AntRunner is the satellite antenna mount you need to take with you
The rotator itself is an az-el design with a couple of geared stepper motors.
Hack A Day


Raspberry Pi 4 Vs. Evolve Maestro laptop
Comparing the Raspberry Pi with the Evolve laptop.

The SHELF-17
Nick M0NTV showcases his latest scratch-built SSB transceiver.
M0NTV Homebrewing

RV HF Antennas
Using nerf bars as an antenna.
David Casler

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