Two guys try to answer Ken's questions about ham radio.
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"I can hear you between my signals."
--Definition of QSK
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Intro and Outro music is "Sly Bone" by Larry Seyer.
This is the 3rd in the Amateur Radio Round Table series.
Participants in this episode are:
- Steve, KD0IJP
- Michael, DL4MGM
- Ken, N0CALL
- Russ, K5TUX
No agenda items had been set before recording, so we spent our time answering Ken's questions and allowing the discussion to proceed naturally. Some of the topics of conversation included:
- What the licensing exams are like in the US as well as Germany.
- Antenna design.
- RF Modulation
The next Amateur Radio Round Table recording is tentatively set for November 15, 2017 at 18:00 UTC. Watch the HPR email list for any further updates on this and consider joining in the discussion if you are a "ham" or if you aren't but have any interest in the subject.
Comment #1 posted on 2017-12-04T13:34:22Z by Ken Fallon
Visualisation of waves
I found this page which shows how waves propagate.
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