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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.
 
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ICOM Voices is a new and one-of-a-kind podcast, where museum practitioners and thinkers from all over the world will discuss their inspiration, strategies, innovations and challenges. Each of the episodes will be in a different language (English, French and Spanish) and transcripts with the translations will be available for download on our website (icom.museum).
 
Podcast about Amateur (Ham) Radio Hosted by Neil Rapp, WB9VPG Twitter: @HamTalkLive Facebook: facebook.com/HamTalkLive Instagram: HamTalkLive Email: contact@hamtalklive.com Web: HamTalkLive.com Call-in Line: (859) 982-7373 Show Schedule: www.hamtalklive.neilrapp.com Thanks to our sponsors: Tower Electronics - www.pl-259.com ICOM America - www.icomamerica.com/amateur
 
We’ve called it TLDR – Which stands for Too Long; Didn’t Read. Considering the heavy topics associated with PPE & workwear this may very well be the most appropriate title for a podcast. We promise to keep the content useful. If we can help call 01709 527 603 or email sales@bh-i.com www.bh-i.com
 
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 ...
 
Want proof of life after death? Your loved ones may be physically gone but they still exist and you will see them again...your pets don't die either. Each episode of We Don't Die you'll hear the experiences of men and women, and why they believe life after death is REAL and why your life on earth is important. Join your host, Sandra Champlain, author of the #1 international bestseller, We Don't Die - A Skeptic's Discovery of Life After Death, for podcast episodes that aim to give you goosebu ...
 
Timelines of Success (timelinesofsuccess.com) & (PodcastersHome.com) is a, 30 minute premier podcast and on demand radio program where the host, entrepreneur Bill Conrad, interviews today’s foremost experts, professionals and entrepreneurs. The show investigates life's transitions between professions and careers. It is part of the BLUFTV.COM Network. Other BLUFTV.NET shows are, Politics of Success (politicsofsuccess.com), Brokers of Success (brokersofsuccess.com), Nick-i (nick-i.com) and WP ...
 
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Jim Aspinwall, NO1PC, was the fly on the wall, as a kid growing up in Madison, Wisconsin, listening to his dad and friends talk about electronics, radio, and television repair. This led to a “hands on” electronics education that kept him employed from junior high school to this day. As a public safety volunteer, Jim believes that giving back to the…
 
Frequent contributor to QST and On the Air Magazines John Portune, W6NBC is back to talk about the basics of torroids and baluns. Learn what type of mix to use, size, and where to find a winding calculator to make a balun for your antenna. Links: Toroid winding calculator: https://coil32.net/online-calculators/ferrite-torroid-calculator.html John's…
 
Jerry Spring, VE6TL, like many hams got an early start in amateur radio as a teen, but stepped out of the hobby to nurture a career and family. Upon returning Jerry revisited his love of vintage WW2 gear, vintage transceivers in general, and a love of CW and contesting to make enough contacts for DXCC. ForJerry, both hamshack and workbench are full…
 
Thomas, “Tommy” Henderson, WD5AGO, has always found EME or Moonbounce operation on the bands above 6 meters fascinating and worthwhile, making thousands of contacts by phone or CW. Building his own EME rigs has led to deep technical expertise and ham radio success. As a teacher and now department head of the Electronics Technology program at Tulsa …
 
Welcome back to our guest Brian Smith who has definitely grown through grief. After the sudden and tragic passing of his fifteen-year-old daughter in 2015, he became inspired to live his life to the fullest to honor her and make her proud. He’s the author of the book “Grief 2 Growth: Planted, Not Buried. How to Survive and Thrive After Life's Great…
 
Quin Schultze, K8QS, began his ham radio journey as a teenager with modest means and found his calling in college where he majored in communications, leading to a doctoral degree. Through Quin’s looking glass we discuss the uniqueness of our ham radio hobby, the communities that form within it, and the real estate in the ether that we tend while on…
 
Paul Simmonds, VK5PAS, now a retired South Australia Police detective, is a relatively new ham, along with his wife, Marija, VK5MAZ. They have taken the hobby to new heights by operating in the great outdoors of South Australia, participating in WWFF, SOTA, POTA, and other outdoor amateur radio operating events. He collects certificates, QSL cards,…
 
Mike Banigan, KJ4UDO and Michael Cauley, W4ORL are here from the Orlando HamCation to announce this year's award winners and bring the latest news about HamCation! Congratulations to the winners: Carole Perry Educator of the Year Co-Winners: Ken Lyons, KN4MDJ (WB4SA) & Jim Storms, AB8YK (YDXA) Gordon West Ambassador of the Year: John Bigley, N7UR h…
 
Mark Persons, W0MH, was a recent speaker at the QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo where he presented “How to build a Broadcast Engineer’s Version of a HF Amateur Radio Station, detailing his home ham radio shack installation meeting broadcast standards. Broadcast radio ran in Mark’s family, and he spent a long and successful career as a broadcast engineer…
 
Walt Stinson, W0CP’s love of shortwave listening, amateur radio, and electronics led him to a career as an entrepreneur and founder of ListenUp, in Denver, Colorado. Walt remained on the cutting edge of the consumer electronics industry leading to his induction into the Consumer Electronics Association Hall of Fame. W0CP enjoys working DX, contesti…
 
Today on the show we have once skeptical and now certain explorer Wendy Willow….who is passionate on helping others. She is the author of two books “Reading Between the Lines” and “Silver Butterfly Wings” Signs from the Other Side offering comfort & hope after the death of a loved one. You can find out more about Wendy and find her books at https:/…
 
Bill Levy, N2WL, operates from his apartment in New York City, and from a remotely controlled FlexRadio station in Colorado, as part of a network of remotely controlled stations available for hire. As a kid, Bill paid for his ham radio hobby by running Wall Street, and he did a stint as a wildlife photographer for Time-Life and Partridge Films, whi…
 
Salli Rosato K2RYD & Lou Maggio, NO2C are here to talk about the 12 Days of Christmas Special Event. Salli, K2RYD, came up with the idea, and they have operated and managed it together in this the fourth year of the event. Lou and Salli are members of the Great South Bay ARC in Long Island, NY. qrz.com/db/k2ryd…
 
Mike Crestohl, W1RC, is the benevolent dictator and founder of Near Fest, New England Amateur Radio Festival, a collector of WW2 spy radios, a journalist with contributions to amateur magazines, and a lover of Collins boat anchor gear. Mike likes to operate a remote station while on the road and is my QSO Today.…
 
Mooneer Salem, K6AQ, discovered that amateur radio provides plenty of opportunities for hams who also love computers and computer programming. K6AQ loves open source, contributing to HF digital voice development in the Free-DV Project, and improving on WinLink HF digital email gateways. Combine all this with Software Defined Radio and you have an a…
 
Ted Robinson, K1QAR, was a speaker in the last QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo on the subject of magnetic loop antennas, especially in noisy urban areas, HOAs, and urban lots. Ted has a long ham radio history, a love of surfing, aviation, restoring Collins Equipment, and now expertise in the construction and use of high power magnetic loop antennas. K1Q…
 
Michael Fluegemann, KE8AQW, is a next generation ham, active on HF and CW. Michael is an engineer at Ford, likes the Long Island CW Club, and made a training video on the popular Morserino Arduino training device on this YouTube channel. KE8AQW provides some insight into how we might attract the next generation of hams in this QSO Today.…
 
Hayden Honeywood, VK7HH, is a Ham Radio YouTuber, with an interest in VHF, UHF, and microwave amateur operations using multiple modes including WSPR. Hayden operates a remotely controlled station, as well as maintains the repeater network that serves his island State of Tasmania, Australia. VK7HH shares his knowledge, expertise, and his ham radio s…
 
Lee Finkel, KY7M, honed his operating skills passing CW messages for the Nation Traffic System in the 60s. His membership in the with Central Arizona DX Association, after moving to Phoenix from Chicago, led KY7M to an interest in DX, DXpeditions to West Africa, and contesting. Lee is now a trustee of the NA7TB Milt Jensen N5IA Memorial Station, a …
 
David Trachtenberg, N4WWL’s ham radio journey started with shortwave listening as a young teen growing up on the East Coast, and once licensed, matured to operating Air Force MARS in the service of his hobby and country. David appreciates the variety of new equipment and technology as well as making new friends on the air. N4WWL is my QSO Today.…
 
Murray Greenman, ZL1BPU, now a silent key, was my guest in Episode 71 more than 5 years ago. Murray was famous in amateur circles for the development of many popular digital modes. I spoke to Murray over Skype from his home in New Zealand. The body of Murray’s work, spanning over 20 years, includes a book, Digital Modes For All Occasions, and on-li…
 
En este episodio, nuestro host Mathieu Viau-Courville platica con Karen Worcman; directora y fundadora del Museo de la persona en São Paulo y Eddie Avila; director de Rising Voices sobre cómo las memorias de sufrimiento se exponen como parte de esfuerzos colectivos en la construcción de una conciencia histórica e identitaria. Así que, seas un profe…
 
Art Bell, W6OBB, now a silent key, was my guest on Episode 85, in March of 2016 and the interview that follows is the remastered version. Art was a very active ham from his QTH in Pahrump, Nevada, and his 160 meter Rhombic antennas were legendary. He was also one of the most popular late night talk radio hosts for over 30 years, syndicated nationwi…
 
Karen Johnson's 27 year old son died of a heroin overdose, her world shattered until her son showed up in his human form waving at her at the airport. In her book Living Grieving Karen shares how communicating with her son after his death helped her live while grieving and believe in life after death. She then became a Shaman helping other spirits …
 
Tim Berry WB4GBI has been a ham almost 50 years, in Knoxville, Tennessee, and has more than a passing interest in repeaters, emergency communications, and has been a broadcast engineer for most of his life. Tim shares his ham radio story in this QSO Today.By Eric Guth 4Z1UG: Online Amateur Radio Operator, Entrepreneur, and Blogger
 
Lauren Libby, W0LD, was my guest on the QSO Today podcast, five years ago this month, and because of a confluence of events including the ham expo and the holidays of the Jewish new year, I decided this week to go back into the QSO Today catalog and remaster an amazing interview I had with Lauren. What’s more, I got to meet Lauen in person at the D…
 
Chris and Joey discuss what it takes to mobilize college students in 2022 for both full-time missions work and for ministry in general. This is a conversation about where we are at... feel free to join the discussion. You can email Joey or Chris to jump into the conversation. joeydurmire@globalcitymission.org or chrismarsden@globalcitymission.org C…
 
Gary Malkin is a multiple Emmy award-winning composer, speaker, and performer who inspires the world to embrace music as a catalyst for greater emotional intelligence, heart-centered mindfulness and global healing. He’s the founder and Chief Visionary Officer of Wisdom of the World Wellness. Hope is a Spiritual Teacher, Intuitive Dowser, and Coach.…
 
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