ICQ Podcast Episode 314 – Low Band VHF

In this episode, Martin M1MRB is joined by Chris Howard M0TCH, Martin Rothwell - M0SGL, Frank Howell - K4FMH, Ed Durrant - DD5LP and Bill Barnes - N3JIX to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. Colin M6BOY rounds up the news in brief and this episode’s feature is - Low Band VHF.


We would like to thank Scott McDonald (KA9P), Richard Drexel (K4RJD) and Bill Seward (W4EXT) and our monthly and annual subscription donors for keeping the podcast advert free. To donate, please visit - http://www.icqpodcast.com/donate

- Ham Radio to Encourage Student Interest in Science - FT4 and JS8 Added to the RFzero - African Parks-on-the-Air Programme - Library artwork honours STEM teacher Barbara Ranson formerly AAØI - ARRL Reshapes its Podcast Offerings for 2020 - DRM Tests from Hungary on 26 MHz continue into 2020 - TM70TAAF Special Event - Australian 70cms Digital Record Extended to 2806 kms!

Colin Butler, M6BOY, is the host of the ICQ Podcast, a weekly radio show about Amateur Radio. Contact him at [email protected].

3 Responses to “ICQ Podcast Episode 314 – Low Band VHF”

  • Randy, N0LD:

    Thanks for the Podcast, I’m a new listener.

  • peder w7rpk:

    It doesn’t work there is no link to your podcast that I can find on this webpage. Maybe all the advertising is getting in the way, I don’t know. I have spent 5 to 10 minutes trying to find a link that will lead to the actual podcast. Because I can’t find it I will just give up. This is on my Samsung cell phone connected to a cell tower. I don’t have any trouble with any other podcasts.

  • Joe, DL6MBE:

    There’s no straight link to the podcast that I could find either. But when you click on the host’s name/callsign (Colin Butler, W6BOY) you’ll finally find links to his podcasts.

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