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 episode originally ran in December but it is released here to keep the integrity of the three show series on batteries.

Gel Cells, Lithium Ion, and Super Het. You bet. It is Christmas
time in north Texas.

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