In this episode we cover more circuits and schematic symbols..
It’s our 11th Anniversary and we give away the Icom IC-7300 with accessories from MFJ to one lucky ham.
Peters got tips before you buy an Antique Radio. Emile continues his cheap network experiments. Tommy joins the DStar QSO Party. George builds the Arduino Pushbutton Radio.
And the winner is Joseph Ryan, Jr, N3NAI of Cape Coral, Fl. Joseph’s name was selected in the random drawing during the October 15th episode.
It’s out of this world. In this episode D-Star hotspots just got easier to use. Tommy shows us the DVMega Blue Stack. George Interviews Bill Brown, WB8ELK in Huntsville and learns about his Pico Balloon experiments. Emile brings to light a possible Commspiracy.
Details of our 11th Anniversary Icom IC-7300 giveaway and more.
In this extra long episode Peter adds a display to his Arduino Uno. Emile visits the W5SLA hamfest. George explains how a triode tube amplifier works.
Our friend from the ‘Great White North’, Mike Morneau, VE3MIC demonstrates the Universal Digital Repeater Controller operating D-Star on a competing format repeater.
We unwrap a ‘Mystery Package’ that arrived from a foreign country. George and Tommy sample fine Canadian cuisine and Marmite for the first time. Which wins the title of most awful taste ever, Marmite or Vegemite?
Plus plenty of the usual fun and some great viewer photos.
ALTV’s 2016 Field Day excursion. The crew takes to the woods for this annual event. The fun ensues.