ICQ Podcast Episode 326 – The Futures of Ham Radio

In this episode, Martin M1MRB is joined by Chris Howard M0TCH, Martin Rothwell M0SGL, Ed Durrant DD5LP, Frank Howell K4FMH and Bill Barnes WC3B to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. Colin M6BOY rounds up the news in brief and this episode’s feature is The Futures of Ham Radio.

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We would like to thank Kevin Strishock (N3KA), Michael Street (G3JKX), Lizzy Cannon (G0MDL) and Billy Kemp and our monthly and annual subscription donors for keeping the podcast advert free. To donate, please visit - http://www.icqpodcast.com/donate

- Record Numbers to take UK Foundation Exam - Ham Radio Operators still Transmitting - FT8 Used for Moonbounce (EME) Contact - AO-27 Returns from the Dead - Next Ham Heading to Space Station after Historic Launch - ARISS Establishes Itself as an Independent Organization - APRS Payload Balloons to Race Across North America in Educational Challenge - GQRP Club Online

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

2 Responses to “ICQ Podcast Episode 326 – The Futures of Ham Radio”

  • Jim WA5WRE:

    Personally, I don’t think Amateur Radio has a future…..

  • Albert A Sladek KE8IVW:

    I Love your NEWSLETTERS Keep up the good work in promoting Amateur Radio. In this day and time we really need this type of Activity THXS 73 Al Sladek

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