Episode 17: MFJ Factory Tour

Episode 17 is On-The-Air ...

AmateurLogic.TV Episode 17 is now available for download.

Ever wonder how your electronic equipment is built.
Join us this month for a factory tour of MFJ Enterprises with Richard Stubbs. Very interesting… You don’t want to miss it!

Peter unvails his Amateur Television station and demonstrates ATV in Melbourne.

And Tommy shows us a new web site that makes finding repeaters a breeze. Google maps display the locations for easy viewing.

It’s 57:43 of Ham radio fun just in time for Thanksgiving.

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6 Responses to “Episode 17: MFJ Factory Tour”

  1. OX3UR says:

    I am located in Greenland and the only way for me to view the show is download and play it locally. Since I connect using a military computer they do not allow RSS feeds. I tried to find episode 17 and can not find the download only the RSS feeds. Bummer! I would like to view it since I am working today Thanksgiving 2007.

  2. It sounds like the downloads may have been blocked too. They are on the same page as the links to the RSS feeds.
    If you are using IE7, you can view the RSS feeds. Look at the bottom of the story in the RSS feed about episode 17 and you should see a download link to that version of the show.

  3. ke5qkr says:

    I just realized that MFJ was relatively close to home for me. I’m going to see if the tours are at regular intervals or on a walk in basis. I want to check at the wave solder machine. I wonder if the silver surfer (or Joe Satriani) knows about it.

  4. kb9rqz says:

    Well I had DLed it for the MFJ Factory but my wife (KD8CTL) was enthralled by the ATV segement had me pausing it to ask question about the gear I have and what was possible.
    Great job guy.

  5. ad7ajkd7vrr says:

    HEY, I THINK THE SHOW IS GREAT. I LIKED THE SEGMENT ON DAYTON, AND THE USEFUL TIPS ON USING SOLDER PASTE. CAN YOU DO A SEGMENT ON APRS? THAT WOULD BE AWESOME. THANKS AND 73, KEVIN, AD7AJ, BUTTE, MONTANA.

  6. Unfortunately, none of us are currently using APRS, so we probably won’t be able to do a segment on that.