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.
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New videos publish on Tuesdays.
To answer the question, “Could you do a video on…” this topic, here’s what’s planned over the next few weeks. (Updated May 18)
- Field Day including Where to Go, What to Do and “Scoring?!”
- Making simple antennas (think J-Pole and HF Dipole)
- Should I operate QRP? Should I operate QRO?
- Getting Started with Online Logging (LOTW/EQSL)
- Vanity Call Signs
- Learning Morse Code
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