Monthly Archives: September 2011

QSO Party Texas Style

Just a few weeks ago I blogged about QSO Party Colorado Style, being that Texas is my birth state and where I lived until around the age of 32 (I’m a few days away from 45) I decided I would … Continue reading

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PARP 47–A letter and a poem

A letter written by fellow amateur Christopher Seright, KE5ZRT has been posted on several blogs and on social media platforms such as Facebook and Google+.  I’m sure most will agree when I say some of our fellow hams and some … Continue reading

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The Dummy Load Projects

About two years ago I ordered a QRP Wattmeter kit from Oak Hills Research (OHR).  The kit contained everything I would need to complete the project and in a few hours over the course of about 2 days I had … Continue reading

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Amateur Extra

For those who have followed my adventure over the past couple of weeks through this blog post and especially this one.  The wait is over…the FCC has fully approved, granted and the ULS database shows KD0BIK as an Amateur Extra.  … Continue reading

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The Future of Ham Radio Deluxe

Several amateur radio bloggers have already blogged about this news and the forum thread over at QRZ as all but gone viral.  I realize I’m late to the party, but until today, until this very hour I was of two … Continue reading

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