Episode 163: Modern DSP Tools for Amateur Radio Operations from 2018 TAPR DCC

Rick Naething, AE5JI, presents a forum at the 2018 TAPR Digital Communications Conference about using Modern DSP Tools – Digital Signal Processing – for HF Operations in Amateur Radio. Be sure to subscribe for more Ham Radio video: https://goo.gl/6hjh2J If you want to support me, follow my Patreon link: https://goo.gl/FkESU6 […] Read more »

Episode 152: TAPR DCC 2018 – The Real FT8, JT65, and JT9 Signal-to-Noise Ratio Revealed

Signal-to-Noise Ratio for JT65, JT9 and FT8 Measuring the Signal-to-Noise Ratio for some of the most common HF Digital modes can be confusing.  In this presentation at the TAPR Digital Communications Conference, KC5RUO gives us an analysis of comparative signal-to-noise ratio measurements, what they mean, and how to use them. TAPR: https://www.tapr.org/dcc.html […] Read more »

Episode 151 – Evaluating 9 of the Best Single Board Computers for Modern SDR Systems

2018 TAPR Digital Communications Conference From the 2018 TAPR Digital Communications Conference, Scotty Cowling, WA2DFI, presents his findings (after LOTS of research) of which SBCs are best for a custom SDR setup. Among the most common SBCs is the Raspberry Pi, but is it the only solution?  Or the best […] Read more »

Episode 143: FCC Emcomm Forum from Hamvention 2018

This was the only forum that I recorded at this year’s Dayton Hamvention.  Bart, N3GQ, allowed me to record this video and it provided some good insight on Emergency Communications information from the perspective of the FCC and other governmental agencies.  It is well worth watching. The audience was offered […] Read more »

Episode 137: Yaesu System Fusion WIRES-x over a MESH Network

From the Cowtown Hamfest in January of 2018, Mark Culross, KD5RXT, presents a forum on how to setup a MESH network, then attach devices together with a private WIRES-x room using Yaesu System Fusion equipment and protocols. SPONSOR LINK:  AREDN Firmware Follow me on: YouTube Facebook Page! Ham Radio 2.0 […] Read more »