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QSO Today Podcast - Interviews with the leaders in amateur radio

Aug 1, 2020

Carole Perry, WB2MGP, was my guest in episode 51, five years ago this week.  Carole leads a Youth Forum at the major hamfests every year including Dayton and Huntsville.  This year because of the Covid-19 pandemic, she will lead it at the QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo.  I thought to introduce Carole again before the Expo...


Jul 25, 2020

Don Minkoff, NK6A, was my guest in episode 158, in August of 2017.  Don has a love for QRP and SOTA, and will be a speaker in the upcoming QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo.  I reprise Don’s interview to set the stage for his upcoming presentation in this remastered audio version.


Jul 17, 2020

Riley Hollingsworth, K4ZDH, started his ham radio career in Rock Hill, South Carolina, in 1960, proceeded through law school to a career at the Federal Communications Commission,  or the FCC.  Riley was a part of the evolution of the FCC as it dealt with paging, cellular, PCS, and amateur radio.  K4ZDH tells his amateur...


Jul 11, 2020

Al Brogdon, W1AB, was licensed almost 70 years ago, has made significant contributions to our hobby through his writing for QST magazine over the years including the “100, 50, and 25 Years Ago” column, and articles for both 73 and Ham Radio Magazine.  W1AB can head copy CW at 55 words a minute and is my QSO Today.


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...