AmateurLogic 100: Episode 100!


AmateurLogic.TV Episode 100 is now available for download.

It’s the 100th episode of AmateurLogic.TV.
Peter makes a quick photo frame. Tommy shows why and how to secure your Microsoft account. Emile demonstrates how to evaluate your Wifi economically. And George experiments with 433 MHz transmitter and receiver modules for the Arduino. Plus the usual unplanned hijinks and shenanigans.

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George Thomas, W5JDX, is co-host of AmateurLogic.TV, an original amateur radio video program hosted by George Thomas (W5JDX), Tommy Martin (N5ZNO), Peter Berrett (VK3PB), and Emile Diodene (KE5QKR). Contact him at [email protected].

2 Responses to “AmateurLogic 100: Episode 100!”

  • Jon G4ABQ:

    We’d love for you to do a feature on SDR radio and (of course we are biased) the RSP1 or RSP2 from SDRplay. QST magazine are featuring the RSP1 in their latest edition (Feb 2017 Page 59) – let us know if you would like a loan unit.

    Best 73, Jon

  • Fleta:

    it. My FIL works for Disney as a bus driver on the weekends just do we can spend our vacations there. Before we had kids we traveled all over the world. I was a flight attendant for ten years and have no desire to spend any more time on an airplane. So for us, Disney it is. As a Soiotligcso, I have a ton of issues with it all but as a mom, I love our time there with Emma. Enjoy it while the magic is still there’

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