Author: Richard KB5JBV

Anytone 878

RFPVE 10 Loading Contact Database Anytone UV878

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Spread the loveTweetThis is a short video on loading the user contact database into the Anytone UV 878. The user contact database allows you to see name, call sign, and other information while in receive mode. Read More About Resonant Frequency: The Amateur Radio Podcast At www.rfpodcast.info Glossary – See Glossary for terms used on…

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Show Notes Resonant Frequency EP 27

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Spread the loveTweetEpisode 27 Watt Elmer? Show Notes Song: 00:00 Intro: 00:54 Feedback: 01:23 Regarding episode 25 Thomas, WC5B, says he has changed his mind about what he recommends to new hams for a first radio, based on Richards comments. Ray, KO4RB, also talks about episode 25 and his thoughts on a handy-talk as a…

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Elmer Watt Meter Show Notes

Resonant Frequency EP 27 Watt Elmer?

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Spread the loveTweetEpisode 27 Watt Elmer? Show Notes Song: 00:00 Intro: 00:54 Feedback: 01:23 Regarding episode 25 Thomas, WC5B, says he has changed his mind about what he recommends to new hams for a first radio, based on Richards comments. Ray, KO4RB, also talks about episode 25 and his thoughts on a handy-talk as a…

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Tech Test

RRA EP 29 Discord and Taking the Tech Test Simplified

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Spread the loveTweetDiscord and Taking the Tech Test Simplified Welcome Talking about Feedback and Email Talking about the Studio and having to improvise Discord community You are invited to join us at Discord Voice Channels Text Channels Streaming Video OPEN INVITE TO THE DISCORD SERVER: https://discord.gg/RaQKvprxT3 Future #1 community on Discord Paul NC is the…

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Invention and use of Morse Code / CW

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Spread the loveTweetMorse code From Wikipedia Chart of the Morse code 26 letters and 10 numerals.[1] Morse code is a method used in telecommunication to encode text characters as standardized sequences of two different signal duration, called dots and dashes or dits and dahs. Morse code is named after Samuel Morse, an inventor of the…

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