Episode 242: Yaesu FT3D System Fusion HT – First Look

My First Look video at the new Fusion HT from Yaesu, called the FT3D. This is just a quick video showing the menus and color touch screen. I’m planning to do some more in-depth videos later on. #FT3D #Yaesu #SystemFusion Find this radio at R&L Electronics here – http://tinyurl.com/y6nr72me Be […] Read more »

Episode 241: DMR DSTAR Fusion Hotspot from K4WZV

A great new hotspot for digital voice modes on Ham Radio from Robert, K4WZV. For purchase options, contact K4WZV – good on QRZ.com   Be sure to subscribe for more Ham Radio videos: https://goo.gl/6hjh2J If you want to support me, follow my Patreon link: https://goo.gl/FkESU6 Be sure to support my […] Read more »

Episode 231: DXmini Updates | Pi-star DMR/Dstar/Fusion Hotspot

Since my first video on the DXmini Hotspot for DMR / Fusion / DSTAR, there have been some updates to Pi-star itself, and some firmware updates to the screens on these terrific devices. Visit https://dxmini.com for hotspot info Gaming Power Bank: https://peepsquare.com/products/gamingpowerbank   Be sure to subscribe for more Ham […] Read more »

Episode 172: DXMini Pi-Star Hotspot for Amateur Radio

The DXMini hotspot – both a simplex model and a full duplex model, that allows 2-timeslots to operate on DMR – review and setup. This is another great, very well-made and constructed, hotspot for multi-mode digital voice on the various networks for Amateur Radio. These hotspots have a very solid, […] 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 »

Episode 135: Comparing the Openspot and Nanospot Hotspots

The SharkRF Openspot is, by far, the most popular micro-repeater hotspot for Amateur Radio, mostly due to the ease of use and the fact that it’s been out for about 2 years.  Recently, Micro-node released another device, called the Nanospot, that is closer in price to the Openspot than their […] Read more »