No Nonsense Amateur Radio Podcast
Summary: The No Nonsense Amateur Radio Podcast, hosted by Dan KB6NU and Tom KB5RF, discusses where amateur radio is and where it's going.
Ria Jairam, N2RJ, now a newly-elected director, returns to the No Nonsense Amateur Radio Podcast to talk about her first impressions and some of the issues discussed at the January 2019 ARRL Board meeting.
Jim, WB2REM has been a radio amateur since 1963 and has traveled and operated in 72 countries including Cuba and Guantanamo Bay. He also operates his station by remote control, taking advantage of his prime Florida location with his excellent antenna arrays. On this episode, Jim shares his thoughts on making friends around the world via ham radio, the use of remotely-controlled stations, FT8, and DXing when there are no sunspots. Links to stuff mentioned in this episode: - Jim's QRZ.Com page - http://qrz.com/db/wb2rem - 7163 Net - http://7163net.com/
Dan, KB6NU, and Tom, KB5RF, discuss the future of amateur radio with Ward Silver, N0AX.
Tom, KB5RF, and Dan, KB6NU, talk about the current state of contesting and where we might be going in the future.
An interview with Howard Michel, WB2ITX, the ARRL's new CEO.
In this episode of the No Nonsense Amateur Radio Podcast, Tom, KB5RF, and I explore the exciting developments in the FT8 world and speculate on what's going to happen in the future with this very popular digital mode.
Mike Ritz, W7VO, is a candidate for the ARRL Board of Directors in the Northwest Division. He explains his reasons for running and how he'd like to change the way the ARRL works.
On this episode, Dan, KB6NU, and Tom, KB5RF, discuss operating CW and what's ahead for this mode.
Interview with Ria Jairam, N2RJ, who is running for the Division Director of the ARRL Hudson Division.
Episode #2 of the No Nonsense Amateur Radio Podcast tackles the subject of Elmering.
This is No Nonsense Amateur Radio Podcast #1 with Dan, KB6NU and Tom, KB5RF. In this episode, we talk about what's "killing" amateur radio