Archive for March, 2012

AmateurLogic Roundtable Net

Sunday, March 18th, 2012

Announcing the first AmateurLogic Roundtable net this Monday night (3/19/12) at 9:00 Central time. The net will be held on Echolink at the *DODROPIN* conference server, node number 355800.

Here is your chance to discuss the show with us. Tell us what you like or don’t like about AmateurLogic.TV. Please join us Monday night at 9:00 Central.

UPDATE: We will also have a D-Star net beginning 30 Minutes earlier at 8:30 Central time on Reflector 14, Module C.
If you don’t have a D-Star radio, you can Listen online at www.wx4adx.com/listen .
Thanks Joe Mattern, WX4ADX for running this net.

AmateurLogic.TV 37: Near Space Adventure

Thursday, March 15th, 2012

Episode 37 is On-The-Air ...

AmateurLogic.TV Episode 37 is now available for download.

It’s time for the Olde Town Middle School Annual Balloon Launch. The balloon had a payload of many science experiments and radio equipment. VHF Voice Beacon and APRS, HF 20 Meter CW, RTTY, and Domino digital modes. Learn more about the firsts that this club has already produced, with plans to break their records this year. Launch the balloon and track it to an unplanned destination. Plus they recover all of the gear and Near Space pictures.

We’ve got some special AmateurLogic.TV announcements too that you won’t want to miss, plus a contest to win a Constructing HF Wire Antennas book that will make some Ham very happy. Contest email address is contest@amateurlogic.tv

We featured two J-Pole antennas in the show:
J-Pole Drawing

And discussed the importance of the DX Code of Conduct:
DX Code of Conduct

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50:00 of high altitude fun

Now in HD where available!
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Monday, March 12th, 2012

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