One of the early decisions you will make in ham radio is “Which radio should I start with?” While Jim – N4BFR won’t tell you exactly the one to pick, he will give you the things to think about when making your choice.
Every hobby seems to have it’s quirky language you want to know, like horsepower for cars or treble stitch for crochet or AMOE if you are a sweepstaker. Amateur Radio is no exception and many of these date back to morse code days. In this video, Jim takes you through a few of the ones you will encounter.
QSL cards have been long associated with HF but you’ll find them popular among satellite users and other groups where you want to confirm contacts. Jim takes a look at the key things you’ll find on a QSL card.
For more info on QSL Cards try this Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QSL_card
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