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Best Hamradio podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Hamradio podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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This is your bi-weekly deep dive on making, DIY, electronics, and technical topics of interest to the radio amateur. Join your hosts George KJ6VU and Jeremy KF7IJZ as they discuss current developments in ham radio while introducing listeners to a plethora of topics and skills such as test equipment, 3D Printing, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and more. Ham radio is a hobby of hobbies - George and Jeremy introduce hams of all ages to experimenting and learning within ham radio, which can be one of th ...
 
DitDit.fm is a podcast celebrating morse code, the CW operating mode and amateur radio. The show is hosted by Bruce Pea, N9WKE, and features conversations with interesting CW operators, offers useful CW operating tips, and encourages amateur radio operators at all levels to get on the air, have fun and enjoy operating CW!
 
QSO Today is a weekly conversation, or QSO, between amateur radio operators about ham radio. Eric Guth, 4Z1UG, hosts a new guest every week to talk about their ham radio journey, their specialized expertise in ham radio, and how amateur radio has impacted their personal and professional lives. QSO Today is targeted at anyone interested in amateur radio who wants to learn more about this fascinating hobby.
 
The Phasing Line Podcast is brought to you by Marty Sullaway KC1CWF, and Sterling Coffey, N0SSC, whose combined age is still less than that of the average ham radio operator. We hope to bring some interesting conversation to the table like no other ham radio podcast on the market. We talk about everything - literally everything - in ham radio. Whether it's about a four-square array, or the D-STAR/System Fusion/DMR debate, youth, or SDR architecture, we have it all. Warning: Tangential conver ...
 
The Field Radio Podcast is dedicated to exploring the amateur radio hobby through the lens of getting you and your gear outdoors. Your host, John W7DBO, will explore what gear works best, how to deploy in the field, and most importantly how to have fun! The podcast will also explore what you can do with your gear once deployed. Including emergency communications, contesting, event support, and of course Field Day. Hope you join us on this adventure as we take Ham Radio outdoors! 73
 
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Bob Fontana, AK3Y’s, ham radio and electronic career was a friend’s broken shortwave to AM down converter. Bob shares his ham radio story, his past and current ham radio interests, and the ultra wide band technology that he developed over his career.By Eric Guth 4Z1UG: Online Amateur Radio Operator, Entrepreneur, and Blogger
 
CW traffic nets have been around for a long time. They operate every day, 365 days a year by dedicated amateur radio volunteers. In spite of today’s digital technologies, CW traffic nets continue to be a highly survivable, efficient, and reliable part of the National Traffic System. CW operators using simple equipment and compromise antennas restor…
 
Do you struggle to understand why antenna designs differ? In this episode, I explain antenna polarization and how the design impacts it. What You Need To Know Your antenna needs to be within the same polarity in order to receive what you’re trying to receive. A vertically polarized antenna will pick up vertically polarized signals better than horiz…
 
Bill Meara N2CQR from the SolderSmoke Podcast is in to talk about adventures in homebrew and the history of SolderSmoke. Our Website - http://www.hamradioworkbench.com/ Follow us on Twitter - @hamworkbench https://twitter.com/hamworkbench Contact us - http://hamradioworkbench.com/contact Connect with us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups…
 
Jim Andrews, KH6HTV, has spent a life in amateur radio and technology, and is known for his contributions to amateur radio digital television and the use of this technology supporting emergency communications in and around Boulder, Colorado. KH6HTV shares his ham radio story in this QSO Today.By Eric Guth 4Z1UG: Online Amateur Radio Operator, Entrepreneur, and Blogger
 
The Spring (or Fall) to take inventory and make a note of how your radio setup is doing. Phil covers, antenna, masts, mounting, coax, and grounding. All session notes with links to the items we talked about an be found on our website at www.scannerschool.com/session125 You can help support Scanner School by visiting our support page at www.scanners…
 
Rick Dubbs, WW9JD, spent four years at sea in US nuclear submarines, retired as a teacher of junior high school kids, flies drones professionally as a part of his small business, and now has time for his ham radio projects. WW9JD shares his ham radio story and his project details in this QSO Today.By Eric Guth 4Z1UG: Online Amateur Radio Operator, Entrepreneur, and Blogger
 
Many of you have have been submitting their questions and today I am answering some of them. This month I answer: Are there any scanners that are commercially available that are capable of Tetra decoding, and if not, what other options are there? What jacks are on the SDS-200? Is it possible to upgrade an HP2 to make it function more like an SDS-10…
 
Marcel Stieber AI6MS and Vince D’Eon VE6LK join to talk about administering remote ham license exams in the US and Canada during COVID-19. Rod Hardman VA3ON joins to talk about remote Field Day operations. PERMALINK - https://www.HamRadioWorkbench.com/podcast/Remote-Ham-Radio-License-Exams-and-Remote-Field-Day Our Website - http://www.hamradioworkb…
 
Do you want to find deals on used equipment on eBay? In this episode, Phil shares his do’s and don’t’s of bidding on eBay auctions. Alls session notes with links to the items we talked about an be found on our website at www.scannerschool.com/session123 You can help support Scanner School by visiting our support page at www.scannerschool.com/suppor…
 
Don Banta, K5DB, is a ham’s ham, because of his generous nature, his contributions to the local ham community and his being ready to mentor any amateur or would-be amateur that needs help. Don is the organizer of the Arkansas QSO Party, active in 80 meter nets, and likes to work DX. K5DB is my QSO Today.…
 
Are you wondering what it’s like to participate in a Scanner School Zello net? In this episode, Phil plays a recent Zello net chat for you to hear what it’s like. All session notes with links to the items we talked about can be found on our website at www.scannerschool.com/session121 You can help support Scanner School by visiting our support page …
 
Mike Walker VA3MW from Flex Radio joins us as we welcome Flex Radio as our latest sponsor. We spend time catching up on projects, and share some news about the next 100 episodes. Our Website - http://www.hamradioworkbench.com/ Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/hamworkbench Contact us for feedback and ideas - http://hamradioworkbench.com/co…
 
Paul Taylor, VK3HN, loves to operate QRP, SOTA, or Summits on the Air, with his homebrew pocket-sized multi-band transceivers that he designs and builds in his home workshop. Paul enjoys a weekly 160 meter AM net using his homebrew 200 watt solid-state AM transmitter. VK3HN is my QSO Today.By Eric Guth 4Z1UG: Online Amateur Radio Operator, Entrepreneur, and Blogger
 
Yes - Episode 122 is being released before episode 121... We are all starting to feel a little bit cooped up in our homes. Social distancing is the new normal and keeping inside may be driving you nuts. Today we go over 12 different radio ways you can keep yourself sane during an insane time. All session notes with links to the items we talked abou…
 
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Sam Birnbaum, W2JDB, has a background in computer science and programming that led him to first develop a software logging program called QLog for operating and logging the digital modes more easily while doing National parks on the air. Sam’s enhancements to QLog now allow blind ham operators to work FT8.…
 
HRWB joins the Ham Radio media Century Club! We're joined by Brittany, Smitty, Rod, Kenneth, and Nick to celebrate the 100th episode of HRWB! PERMALINK - https://www.HamRadioWorkbench.com/podcast/Century-Club Our Website - http://www.hamradioworkbench.com/ Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/hamworkbench Contact us for feedback and ideas - h…
 
In this episode, Phil plays the live Ask Scanner School session he held on Facebook and YouTube. This month we answer: Has there been anything about new scanners on the horizon from Uniden or Whistler? Where should you look for tips if you’re brand new to scanning? How to troubleshoot scanning on a Windows 10 Sentinel machine? What to do about a hu…
 
Charlie Morris, ZL2CTM, builds his QRP rigs, the old fashioned way, starting with a paper and pencil, combining basic components to make each stage of a receiver or transceiver. Once the radio is made, he adds an Arduino micro-controller, touch screen, and other advanced components to bring his masterpiece into the 21st century. Charlie is a prolif…
 
Today we're talking about a classic, the Uniden BC780XLT. This radio came out in 2000 and it shook up the scanner radio market. Learn why the power that was behind it made it a go-to scanner for many people at the time and what was available for this model on the aftermarket. What You Learn in this Week’s Podcast: Learn what the BC780XLT could do r…
 
More from BayCon 2020! Mike Lavelle K6ML talks about his 122 GHz microwave radio and record setting contact. Jim Eagleson WB6JNN speaks on weak signal VHF operating. Finally, Joel Wilhite KD6W talks Digital Amateur TV. PERMALINK - https://www.hamradioworkbench.com/podcast/baycon-2020-part-2 Our Website - http://www.hamradioworkbench.com/ Follow us …
 
Bry Carling, AF4K, collects old boat anchor radios, is the co-founder of the Novice Rig Roundup, and provider of thousands of old-time crystals, that he sells for your next rig restoration, or a new build of Bob Heil, K9EID’s, pine board project AM transmitter. Bry shares his eclectic ham radio story in this QSO Today.…
 
Have you ever wondered what it takes to set up a dispatch center? In this episode, Phil talks to his old friend Rob Bambino to discuss his company RF Designs. Rob's company specializes in consulting with fire departments and local law enforcement to build and maintain their dispatch centers and equipment. All session notes with links to the items w…
 
Bob Nagy, AB5N, is having the time of his life in retirement. He teaches technology and the Russian language in his adopted community of Hot Springs, Arkansas, creates You-tube instructional videos, builds solar powered devices for hiis house and ham shack, and operates the digital modes. His expertise and improvements of the audio characteristics …
 
Kurt Zoglmann, AD0WE, created Morse Code Ninja, a very comprehensive Morse code/CW training program using learning theory and techniques not used in other programs until now. There are more than 979 Youtube videos and over 2000 hours of Morse code teaching content available in Kurt’s course. There is something for everyone in this course. If you ar…
 
Where can you find frequencies that might have Coronavirus-related traffic? In this episode, Phil shares with you what he’s listening to and makes suggestions for you to find what you might want to listen for in your area. What You Need To Know Some local radio frequencies will be encrypted, but don't expect everything to have encryption. You may b…
 
Michael Rainey, AA1TJ, is a master of building simple HF transmitters from the materials that he has on hand, including the parts from a compact fluorescent light bulb. AA1TJ was my guest in Episode 80, more than four years ago. We remastered the audio of this valuable episode to present Mike again in this QSO Today.…
 
Wayne Yoshida KH6WZ , long-time friend of George, stops by to talk about microwave radio and contesting. PERMALINK- https://www.hamradioworkbench.com/podcast/more-microwave-radio Our Website - http://www.hamradioworkbench.com/ Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/hamworkbench Contact us for feedback and ideas - http://hamradioworkbench.com/co…
 
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