Posts Tagged ‘introduction’
Come spend some time with me in this ride-along video blog episode, the first in a series that I am doing to help you begin your journey into the amateur radio hobby. This video is an experiment in that I am trying out this format as a type of “chat” in which I share my thoughts and experiences regarding the ham radio hobby, and how you might start out exploring the hobby.
Regarding the experiment: I have tried to edit the sound to reduce the road noise. Please comment on the noise level, and how well you can hear me talking about the topic. Should I ditch the ride-along format? Comments directly on the YouTube channel are better if you leave a comment on the actual video as displayed on my YouTube channel.
73 de NW7US
What is an amateur radio repeater and how do they work?
In this video, with a non-amateur-radio viewer in mind, I chat about the very basic concepts of a repeater. This is a vlog (video blog) entry on my video channel, and it is shot in a relaxed, “ride along with me” format. Feel free to share this short overview with those who might be interested in our hobby. There are more of these sorts of ridealongs coming.
Thank you for watching, and for sharing…
Welcome to the first episode of Linux in the HAM Shack. In this episode, we give you a brief introduction to the podcast, explain who we are and what our backgrounds in Linux and Amateur Radio are. And we give a brief overview of what topics weâ€™ll hope to cover in future episodes.
We sincerely hope you enjoy our opening episode and we look forward to hearing from you, the listener, about anything youâ€™d like to say. Weâ€™ll be posting these episodes every two weeks on Tuesday morning. Thereâ€™s a link to the RSS feed on the left hand navigation of our site, and youâ€™ll be able to subscribe to our feed at iTunes, Feedburner and other popular feed management sites.
Anyway, enough rambling. On to the podcast.
73 de Russ and Richard