Tonight on Amateur Radio Roundtable. Katie has shack pictures, Tom shows off the new DVMEGA Cast which is a self contained IP radio that will do d-star, DMR, and Fusion. watch on w5kub.com at 8 PM central (0100 UTC Wed)
This week on Amateur Radio Roundtable Bill Brown WB8ELK the Master of high altitude balloons will be discussing our shows balloon launch coming soon. We also visit with Raegan KJ7BBN a 9 year old extra. We will meet her brother, Stephen KJ7BNN and mother KJ7BBO who also got their license, and will talk with Chris Trouten AF7FQ her Elmer about the schools youth ham club. Join us on w5kub.com at 8:00 PM every tues night. (intl time is 0200 UTC Wed) Here is a quick intro to the show https://bit.ly/2XvL67P
This show features Jason KC5HWB from Ham Radio 2.0 who recently got to operate the ham station in the studios of Last Man Standing. Joe K0NEB shows us some new kits. Tom W5KUB shows off the new DVMEGA Cast. Watch the show live on w5kub.com every Tues night at 8:00 PM central.
This week Ashar Farhan the man behind the uBitx and the Bitx40. Tune in for Tom , Katie, Dave and Hoshnasi.
Award winning Amateur Radio show featuring guests from around the world. Ham radio, news, new products, discussions, hamfests, and more. This podcast is the audio version of our live Ham Radio video show on Tues nights on W5KUB.COM at 8:00 PM Central
This week Tues Jan 29 our guests will be Rich Moseson, W2VU, editor of CQ magazine giving us a look into next months magazine. Dave Casler will be giving us a recap of Quartzfest. Martin F. Jue, founder of MFJ, wil join in the discussion with Tom and Josh, about may different aspects of
ham radio over the past 60 years.
In this show we have Chip Margelli N7JA talking about Winter Field day. Also we will talk about Chip and his appearance on the Jay Leno Tonight Show where he did the CW vs Text shootout contest. We also talk with Bill Brown WB8ELK who is know as the Master of High Altitude Balloons. We discuss launching a pico balloon for the show in a couple weeks and will be tracking it each prior week on the show. Some of these balloons have been up over a year and around the world 40-50 times while reporting their position with aprs or wspr.