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AmateurLogic 195: Cheap Old Code

AmateurLogic.TV Episode 195 is now available for download.

George replaces a defective FT-857d display with an economical new option. Emile’s Cheap Old Code. Tommy shows how to get your GMRS license and visits the new GigaParts Superstore. Terry, 2E0IPK visits with his RigExpert AA-230 Zoom analyzer.


AmateurLogic 194: Field Day 2024

AmateurLogic.TV Episode 194 is now available for download.

The excitement, skills and sweat of Field Day 2024 at W5SLA and W5AXC. Find out what worked and what didn’t. Plus, Tommy shows the M5 Stack voice keyer for his IC-705.


Ham College 114

Ham College episode 114 is now available for download.

Technician Class Exam Questions – part 1
T1A – Purpose and permissible use of the Amateur Radio Service. Operator/primary station license grant, Meanings of basic terms used in FCC rules, Interference, RACES rules, Phonetics, Frequency Coordinator.


Ham College 113

Ham College episode 113 is now available for download.

Amateur Extra Exam questions part 51 of 51.
E0A – Safety: RF radiation hazards, hazardous materials, grounding.


AmateurLogic 193: Dayton Hamvention 2024

AmateurLogic.TV Episode 193 is now available for download.

George and Mike’s Excellent Adventure to Dayton Hamvention 2024.
New radios, old radios, mystery radio and friends. Take your best guess at what new radio Icom has under glass. Learn more about the new Flex radios. Visit with good friends we all know. See 60 years of Icom Radio History. And find out about Emile’s Cheap Old Field Day plans.


Ham College 112

Ham College episode 112 is now available for download.

Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 50
E9H Receiving Antennas: radio direction finding antennas, Beverage antennas, specialized receiving antennas, long-wire receiving antennas.


AmateurLogic 192: AM Broadcast Eclipse DXing

AmateurLogic.TV Episode 192 is now available for download.

DXing the entire AM Broadcast Band during the 2024 solar eclipse.
Rattlegram, a new digital text messaging mode for HF/VHF/UHF recreational and emergency communications.
Smith charts with the NanoVNA.


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