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QSO Today - A conversation for amateur radio operators

May 18, 2018

Dr. Jack Mandelman is on the short list for holding the most patents, over 700 Worldwide, in the area of semiconductor physics, while at the same time a successful ham radio operator working DX and CW.  Now in the middle of a QTH move, Jack is exploring satellite communications and DMR. K1VT shares his ham radio story...


May 11, 2018

From his QTH in Rio De Janeiro, Alex Grimberg, PY1AHD, has mastered the art of the portable magnetic loop antennas for QRP use in the field. This interest, generated from his need for a light and portable antenna, has blossomed into the Alexloop antenna business.  Now Alex travels the ham radio World showing off his...


May 5, 2018

Jim Millner, WB2REM, has traveled and operated amateur radio in 72 countries including Cuba and Guantanamo Bay.  He also operates his station by remote control, taking advantage of his prime Florida location with his excellent antenna arrays.  Jim shares his amateur radio story and his remote control insight in this QSO...


Apr 28, 2018

Roberto Ramirez, CE3CT, from Chile, is a well known South American DXer and Contester who began his ham radio story as a short wave listener.  Now an electronic engineer responsible for the local cell phone company microwave links, CE3CT chases DX across with World from his contest station using beverage receive...


Apr 21, 2018

Dr. Ryhor “Greg” Harbacheuski, W3NW, began his ham radio story in Belarus, a republic of the former Soviet Union.  After immigrating to the United States to pursue his career, Greg is a successful orthopedic surgeon by day, and he enjoys melting solder, refurbishing Soviet receivers, and kit building by night. W3NW...