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QSO Today Podcast - Interviews with the leaders in amateur radio

May 14, 2021

Henry Seidner, WA2ROA,  like many of his contemporaries in the 60s, discovered amateur radio from Shortwave listening and was licensed in high school. Henry  spent most of his professional life living and working in New York City, and travelling the world.  Amateur radio was his door opener allowing him to make lasting...


May 7, 2021

Larry Tyree, or Tree, as he is known in amateur radio circles, loves to operate contests, work DX on 160 meters, from his 28 hilltop acres in the Oregon forest, near Portland.  Tree is a serious CW operator, where good antenna design, focus, skill, and patience bring the amateur radio rewards.  Tree tells his ham radio...


May 1, 2021

Roland Smith, K7OJL,  entered ham radio almost 60 years ago after the launch of the Sputnik satellite.  His ham radio activity paused for many years as a result of professional relocations and family commitments.  Roland has since returned to amateur radio at a fast and furious pace, operating in just about every band...


Apr 23, 2021

Peter Shilton, VE7PS, became a lifelong chaser of meteor scatter and EME contacts because of a very early acquisition of a Drake receiver and a transverter, at the beginning of his ham radio career.  VE7PS tells this story in our QSO Today.


Apr 16, 2021

Patrick (Pat) Brown, AK5TX, has always had a love for radio leading to opportunities from Chicago to Alaska to Texas! Amateur radio was the game-changer for Pat when he suddenly lost his eyesight, almost 20 years ago. Pat is now “More than able, I am Handi-Capable!” He continues his journey including contributing...