Episode 171: Bringing Net44 and IPV6 to your Ham Radio Station via VPN

John Hays, K7VE, presents this forum at the 2018 TAPR Digital Communications Conference for bringing Net 44 and IPV6 to your Ham Radio Station via VPN.

I had never heard of Net 44 prior to this forum and I am glad I got to learn about it. What a neat feature of Ham Radio to have our own subnet of IP addresses that we can use for whatever we want. If you have been looking for a static IP, or IPV6 network, for your Amateur Radio station, this talk should interest you.

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Episode 170: Pearl Harbor Tribute from the USS Batfish – WW2SUB

I was privileged to be invited to the Pearl Harbor Tribute event this year on December 7 for Pearl Harbor Day. We operated HF on 20-meters and 40-meters and had some student operators who were able to get on the band and make some good contacts.

I was able to work some HF myself also, which was quite fun. I was reminded of working DX in Costa Rica on a few trips I have taken to that country, and also realized how much I miss being on the HF bands.

A special thanks to Jerry and Paul for allowing me to record this event, it was a great tribute to fallen naval personnel during WWII on various submarines.

 

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Maintaining Student Interest in Amateur Radio from TAPR DCC 2018

From the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Skyler Fennell, KG0SKY, gives his presentation at the TAPR Digital Communications Conference of 2018 about maintaining student interest in Amateur Radio with projects that appeal to the younger generation. I found this talk to be insightful for those wanting to grow our hobby and get younger folks licensed in Ham Radio.

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Episode 169: BTECH DMR-6×2 and Anytone AT-D868UV, Side by Side

In today’s episode, I do a side by side comparison of the BTECH DMR-6×2 dual band radio, and the Anytone AT-D868UV dual band DMR HT. These radios look almost exactly the same from the outside, but the programming menus are a bit different.

Do you think the codeplug from one will load into the other? Watch the video to find out!

 

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Episode 168: Cyber Monday Deals for Ham Radio, 2018

Cyber Monday Deals for Ham Radio – boy I really had fun making this daily videos last week and finishing the series up with this video today. All of the videos got great comments and lots of watch time, so I hope it was helpful with lots of viewers.

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Episode 167: BLACK FRIDAY is HERE!

BLACK FRIDAY deals for Ham Radio

Hopefully you have caught the three previous episodes this week that I posted for great deals on Amateur Radio equipment.  Thanks to all of you who commented and posted about what you are buying or looking for.

Today is the big Black Friday sale, and I have found some great deals online that I share in this video.  Be sure and tell them Ham Radio 2.0 sent you to their website, if you make a purchase after watching one of my episodes.

Visit my new sponsor R&L Electronics, who has some excellent buys this week

Connect Systems

Main Trading Company

HRO

 

 

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