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QSO Today Podcast - Interviews with the leaders in amateur radio

Dec 27, 2019

Andrash Bato, HA6NN, or “Andy” is coming up on his 50th anniversery as an amateur radio operator in Hungary, growing up in what is now the Former Soviet Union, or “FSU”. Andy is active at every level of amateur radio from his involvement in Hungary's national radio club and as a representative of Hungarian hams...

Dec 21, 2019

If you want to get stuff done, you give it to a busy person. Yoram Rotbach, 4Z1YR, is the busy ham who has become the repeater tzar for Israel Amateur Radio Club. Now retired from the Israeli military, but now full time with an international corporation,

Dec 14, 2019

Fred Kemmerer, AB1OC, had a love for radio and electronics as a boy growing up leading to a career as an electronic engineer for ATT. It was not until much later in Fred·s life that he officially joined the amateur ranks. Along with his wife Antia, AB1QB

Dec 7, 2019

Bob Dixon, W8ERD, retired after 49 years as an Ohio State University radio astronomer working on SETI, the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, and supporting the electronic and communication needs of the University.  Now Bob is one a key member of the Delaware Amateur Radio Club’s deployment of a radio mesh...

Nov 30, 2019

This week I joined Denny Johnson, K5DCC, in his Digicomm Cafe, the name of his amateur radio podcast, where he has a ham radio guest almost every night to discuss our hobby.  Denny invited me to a conversation over virtual coffee about our lives, both ham radio and personal. This show is “off the rails” from the...