Amateur Radio Weekly – Issue 328

Amateur Radio Weekly

April 8, 2024 Solar Eclipse QSO Party first results
Over 52.7 million radio communications were observed over the continental United States.

The solar eclipse shifted time signals in the USA
On April 8, 2024, the frequency of WWV shifted.

We need better, more flexible user interfaces
Poorly documented user interfaces are a stumbling block to new Amateur Radio Operators.
Zero Retries

The art of articulation
The IC-705 has a two channel parametric equaliser built into the radio.

N1BSD: My Path to Amateur Extra as a DL Ham
The CEPT agreement only applies if you are there in person.

Getting started with HF digital modes (without breaking the bank)
What follows is a QRP digital modes kit that I’ve experimented with over the last year.

This Apollo-era antenna still talks to Voyager 2
DSS-43 is the only antenna that can communicate with the probe.
IEEE Spectrum

AM radio gets House hearing
Draft Legislation to Preserve Americans’ Access to AM Radio.

Going the extra mile
The Radio Operators who connect all 26.2 miles of the Boston Marathon.
The Huntington News

Amateur Radio saves family in Death Valley National Park
Without access to a cell network, the Ham called for help on the 10-meter band.


CW without Morse Code
T9 method for continuous wave communication. Easier than learning Morse Code.
Ham Radio University

Paperclip CW paddles
Demonstrating my paddles made from three jumbo paperclips, a block of wood, a 3.5mm stereo patch cable and four screws.

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One Response to “Amateur Radio Weekly – Issue 328”

  • Ken Varnell N6KNE:

    Drop in and say hello. hub 513258 or get on our main Hub whitelist hub 51061.

    Ken V.

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