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Monthly Archives: March 2016
For every audiobook people listen to, someone has to create the audio recording, right? Amazon bought Audible, an audiobook company, and has automated much of this via the Amazon Creative Exchange, or ACX. I signed up for ACX and auditioned … Continue reading
This amateur radio video discusses how and when to identify your station with your callsign. Several scenarios, such as calling CQ, answering CQs, handovers during the middle of QSOs, and ending a contact, are addressed. Thank you for watching my … Continue reading
Are you in the market for an amateur radio HF rig? This video describes the various “must have,” “good to have,” and “nice to have” features. This is Episode 22 for the Ask Dave video series; the series is devoted … Continue reading
More than 25 years ago, I gave up on pre-printed logbooks and started using ordinary (and much less expensive) spiral-bound notebooks. To keep all the pertinent information in one place, I use a rubber stamp that I had specially made … Continue reading
The Ask Dave series answers your questions about ham radio, with emphasis on those of interest to those new to the hobby. This video explores various types of “waterfall” displays. My YouTube channel, Ham Radio Answers, also includes training videos … Continue reading