This episode is a re-issue of the original Resonant Frequency: The Amateur Radio Podcast which began in 2006 as a project for Elmering new Hams by way of the Internet. Richard KB5JBV and Resonant Frequency continue to enlighten and teach new Hams today. Many of the more successful Amateur Radio Podcast today can trace their beginnings back to Resonant Frequency: The Amateur Radio Podcast.

We’re back. We have had many equipment issues here but we are
back on a limited basis.

This episode I announced that until we are back
to 100% we will be releasing an episode every two weeks.

In this
Episode we have a new feature called Buzzword furnished by Don W9VE. I
also spend some time talking about WAS nets and how to be apart of them.

so kick back have a soda and
enjoy

73

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Well She is finally out. Episode 10. I recorded it twice on my
windows machine and it crashed at the end both times. So this episode
was put together on my Linux machine. I think it sounds better. Any way
here is Episode 10 with Herman KE5HYW one of our local net managers for
the National Traffic System And we talk a little while about
NTS.

Enjoy

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Welcome to Episode #199 of Linux in the Ham Shack. This episode contains discussion on using web-based SDRs when local receivers are in adequate, JOTA and JOTI, the opening of the 630m and 2200m bands, Linux advocacy, EFF vs DRM, ttyd, Antergos and much more. Thank you for listening. Please tune in to Episode #200 on October 2nd. It's sure to be epic.

73 de The LHS Crew

 

This episode is a re-issue of the original Resonant Frequency: The Amateur Radio Podcast which began in 2006 as a project for Elmering new Hams by way of the Internet. Richard KB5JBV and Resonant Frequency continue to enlighten and teach new Hams today. Many of the more successful Amateur Radio Podcast today can trace their beginnings back to Resonant Frequency: The Amateur Radio Podcast.

This week we talk to Dave W7GOX about the Hurricane Watch Net.
The HWN is a wide coverage weather net which covers the Atlantic and
Pacific basins. Tey provide real time weather observations for the
National Hurricane Center.

You can find more
information on the HWN at:
http://www.hwn.org

You
can find more Information on the National Hurricane Center
at:
http://www.nhc.noaa.gov

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It's time for Episode 198. Thank you for turning in. In this episode, we discuss earthquakes and hurricanes, WSJT-X and FT8, contesting and sweeps, Synergy and Wayland, caveats for open-source coders, the latest Linux kernel, CloudShack, Mexican food and a Scotch of a different color. There is also much, much more. All the best.

73 de The LHS Crew