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QSO Today Podcast - Interviews with the leaders in amateur radio

Oct 30, 2021

Paul Mower, VA6MPM, treks across the Canadian Rockies, often for days at a time.  Amateur radio connects Paul to the outside world when he is far beyond his cellular telephone coverage.  Paul enjoys working Summits on the Air from some of the most remote outposts in the world.  VA6MPM is my QSO Today.

Oct 23, 2021

Andy Mitchell, VA3CW, as an eleven year old Boy Scout, participated with his small troop in Boy Scout Jamboree on the Air, in 1974. This exposure changed the course of Andy’s life, profession, and interests.  Getting on the air and working DX are the simple ham radio pastimes that contribute to his free time...

Oct 15, 2021

Dr. Brian Callahan, AD2BA, has a background in music, anthropology, Japanese video arcade games and open source software leading him to amateur radio and his Extra Class license.  As a new and younger ham, as well as a college professor to younger potential hams, AD2BA shares his experience and insight on how we might...

Oct 8, 2021

Dr. Robert Nash, G4GEE, discovered early on that amateur radio is a social hobby that makes him a citizen of the World with friendships on every continent.  Working DX and dedicating time to his local club, the Coventry Amateur Radio Society, is his formula for ham radio success.  G4GEE is my QSO Today.

Oct 2, 2021

Alan Thompson, W6WN, was a volunteer rescuer to the Camp Fire in Northern California a few years ago.  This experience made Alan an evangelist for the deployment and  use of conventional radio communications and the training that saves lives and property, as a backup to the costly but fragile smartphone systems that...