This was originally posted on Radio Artisan.
With questions omitted: 10. No, that’s not a contest you heard on that WARC band. 9. You should probably study. 8. Yes, the bands are dead and it’s not your […]
The venerable UHF connector was developed in the 1930’s. It has withstood the test of time and for the most part is a good connector for HF and VHF applications […]
The Radio Artisan group reached a milestone recently, surpassing 1000 members. While I acknowledge some of these 1000 are undoubtedly inactive or spammer accounts, I consider this an accomplishment after starting […]
The Idea Factory by John Gertner tells the story of Bell Labs from the 1930s to 1990s. Bell Laboratories was the research arm of AT&T, the US phone company that […]
(…continued from Part 1) This year I stayed in downtown Dayton, at the Dayton Marriott. It was my first experience driving in downtown Dayton as last year I stayed at […]
I made the trek again to Dayton this year, my second pilgrimage to the largest amateur radio event on this side of the planet. Realizing there are several other blogs, […]