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QSO Today Podcast - Interviews with the leaders in amateur radio

Jul 4, 2020

While I am busy working with my team on the QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo, I am reprising some older episodes of guests who will appear as speakers in the Expo.  Carl Lutzeswchwab, K9LA, is one such speaker who was interviewed in episode 37 of this podcast five years ago.  Of course, Carl’s story is timeless, but now the...


Jun 26, 2020

Doug Millar, K6JEY, grew up in Southern California, is a teacher of teachers, and like to operate EME or Moon Bounce on the sidewalk in front of his home.  Doug likes everything about ham radio and operates on a range of rigs from boat anchors to the most modern QRP, all modes in all bands.  K6JEY is my QSO...


Jun 20, 2020

Curt Kinghorn, W6OEA, grew up in a ham radio household and was already a builder before his first amateur license.  An education in physics and exposure to a cosmic ray detector kindled an interest in radio astronomy.  It seems that ham radio operators make great radio astronomers and it is in this area that we will...


Jun 13, 2020

Julius Jones, W2IHY, had an early interest in electronics and radio as a teenager growing up in Boston, in the early 1960s.  Like many young hams, in those days, the intoxication from the space race and the evolving electronic technology led young Julius into an engineering career and the ultimate establishment of his...


Jun 6, 2020

Anthony, Luscre, K8ZT, has a love for cataloging all of his interests and sharing with others.  In this episode, I find some great websites, built by Anthony, that are not only amazing resources for ham radio operators, but also for teachers who want to master the on-line resources that they now need to support their...