QSO Today - A conversation for amateur radio operators

 

The launch of the first satellite, Sputnik, by the Russians, in October of 1957, inspired Don Keith, N4KC, to become a ham radio operator as a kid. Since then, Don has followed a path through radio broadcasting and is now the author of over 20 books, both fiction and non-fiction. A series of non-fiction books on World War II submarines has made Don an expert in this area.  Don joins Eric, 4Z1UG, to discuss his passion for amateur radio, on QSO Today.

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Direct download: Episode_039_Don_Keith_N4KC_Final.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 12:58pm MDT

Tim Duffy, K3LR operates one of the most prestigious amateur radio contest stations in the United States with twelve operating positions, two for each band.  Tim shares his ham radio journey, from his early entry into ham radio as a twelve year old, to a career in cellular telephony, and culminating in his position as COO of DX Engineering.  Join Tim and Eric, 4Z1UG in their QSO Today.

Direct download: Episode_038_Tim_Duffy_K3LR_Final.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 2:12pm MDT

 

Amateur radio was the key driver that led Carl Luetzelschwab, K9LA, to a MSEE in Electrical Engineering and then a career as an RF design engineer with both Motorola and later Magnavox. When the hobby bites us at an early age, doors open to a bright and successful future. Carl has written hundreds of articles on the propagation of radio signals over the years.  He shares this knowledge with Eric, 4Z1UG, in his QSO Today. #QSOTODAY

Direct download: Episode_037_Carl_Lutzelschwab_K9LA_Final.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 3:36am MDT

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