AmateurLogic 85: 2015 Christmas Extravaganza


AmateurLogic.TV Episode 85 is now available for download.

The 2015 AmateurLogic Christmas Extravaganza. Peter troubleshoots his Ugly Balun. Tommy shows us a cheap, small, efficient voltage regulator. Emile demonstrates the Cheap Spectrum Analyzer. Mike, VE3MIC joins us to introduce some new ALTV products just in time for the holidays.

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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].

One Response to “AmateurLogic 85: 2015 Christmas Extravaganza”

  • David Danner:

    As an old navy radioman in the sixties with no license I am interested in buying a HAM radio that would permit me to communicate around the world but I am only interested in morse code. No voice. What kind of license do I need and what kind of transmitter can I get that would be financial reasonable ?
    Many thanks. Dave

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