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QSO Today Podcast - Interviews with the leaders in amateur radio

Feb 20, 2021

Gerald Youngblood, K5SDR, is the founder and CEO of FlexRadio that is now on the cutting edge of building advanced software defined radio (SDR) platforms for amateur radio, as well as for government, business, and the military.   Gerald is a leader and pioneer in the development of SDR leading to the founding of...


Feb 13, 2021

Patrick Stoddard, WD9EWK, is best known for his satelite QSOs using portable gear from grid squares all over the World.  He documents and captures many of his contacts and the equipment that he uses on his website and YouTube Channel.  WD9EWK is a recent addition to the AMSAT board of directors and is my QSO...


Feb 5, 2021

Bob Allphin, K4UEE, was my guest in Episode 79 over 5 years ago.  As he is one of the speakers in the next QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo, his ham radio story would interest today’s listeners.  K4UEE has traveled the World in pursuit of activating DX entities that are isolated, desolate,  and uninhabited.  Forty in...


Jan 30, 2021

Jerry Weisskohl, AC4BT, always had a love of radio and short wave listening.  He got a late start in amateur radio but thinks that the art and practice of CW, or Morse code, is exactly what quiets and relaxes the mind after an engaging day as a computer scientist.  AC4BT has taken lead roles with CWops and CW Academy...


Jan 23, 2021

Peter Butler, W1UU’s ham radio journey began with the purchase of a J38 code key and a trip to the library.  Sputnik inspired Peter to a career in microwave engineering reinforced by this ham radio interest.  Peter is the Vice President of CWops and actively involved in sharing his love for CW and good operating...