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This past year, I’ve been dabbling more in the digital voice modes for ham radio. I really like the digital audio quality and, I’ll admit, the networking aspect of it all is keeping me interested. I’ve just added a page … Continue reading
Just completed Part 2 of a video interview on HamRadioNow with host and producer Gary Pearce KN4AQ. This time around, we’re talking about the Internet and ham radio. Non-hams might also enjoy this though, as we discuss quite a few general web … Continue reading
My recent video interview on HamRadioNow has generated a few questions on ham radio. For those folks wanting more info, I’ve just added a new Get on the Air tab on my website with links to explain what it’s all … Continue reading
Fifty years ago, I had just gotten my ham radio license and was working local hams with my $45 Heathkit radio and homemade coat hanger antenna. One of the first guys I talked to was Gary Pearce, WN9NSO, located in a … Continue reading
I just posted an article on weather stations here at Cedar Creek Lake, and of course mine is down for repairs!
2014 marks fifty years since I passed my “beginner” ham radio license exam. The Novice class license required a Morse code send and receive test at very slow speed, and a multiple choice exam on basic electronics and ham radio … Continue reading
I’ve begun authoring an occasional article on technology topics for cedarcreeklake.com, a thriving website serving the lake area. The column is geared for the non-technical person. Here’s my latest installment.
I had a chance to serve as guest speaker at the June 20 meeting of the Gun Barrel City Chapter of the Greater Cedar Creek Lake Chamber of Commerce. The topic was ham radio, storm spotting and the Cedar Creek Lake … Continue reading
I was a member of the Cedar Creek Lake Area Chamber Leadership class for 2012-2013. Our class met monthly beginning last Fall, touring facilities and meeting with various local leaders. Topics included city and county government, the Texas Legislature, healthcare, education, … Continue reading
There’s been talk of an iWatch (Apple Watch) for so long it’s almost a foregone conclusion that there’ll be one someday. But an Internet community funded Kickstarter program has produced an interesting alternative. It’s called a Pebble, and I’ve had mine for … Continue reading