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AmateurLogic 190: Hamfest, Friends & LA ARES


AmateurLogic.TV Episode 190 is now available for download.

Our visit to the Capital City Hamfest in Jackson, MS with a few old friends. A very rare Icom radio stack. Louisiana ARES Winlink forms and tactics.

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Ham College 109


Ham College episode 109 is now available for download.

Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 47
E9E Matching: Matching Antennas to Feed Lines, Phasing Lines, and Power Dividers.

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AmateurLogic 189: Headset Hacks


AmateurLogic.TV Episode 189 is now available for download.

George hacks a gamer headset for radio use. Emile has video from Swamps On The Air. Mike begins his BitX 40 build.

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Ham College 108


Ham College episode 108 is now available for download.

Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 46
E9D Yagi antennas, parabolic reflectors, circular polarization, loading coils, top loading, feed point impedance of electrically short antennas, antenna Q, RF grounding.

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AmateurLogic 188: Christmas Celebration and Hotspot Upgrades


AmateurLogic.TV Episode 188 is now available for download.

AmateurLogic’s Annual Christmas Extravaganza. Tommy upgrades his N5BOC Hotspot with a new Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W and it’s fast. Emile updates his hotspot with the WPSD Project. ALTV’s 2023 Gift Guide for last minute shoppers and slackers. Sampling the tastes of the holidays.

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Ham College 107


Ham College episode 107 is now available for download.

Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 45
E9C Practical wire antennas, folded dipoles, phased arrays, effects of ground near antennas.

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AmateurLogic 187: Buck/Boost, Balun & M5 Ham Radio


AmateurLogic.TV Episode 187 is now available for download.

Tommy builds the M5 Ham Radio project. George makes a high quality 4:1 Balun. Mike assembles a Buck/Boost converter device for use with QRP operations.

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