Resonant Frequency: The Amateur Radio Podcast Episode 005: Could you repeat that?

This episode is a re-issue of the original Resonant Frequency: The Amateur Radio Podcast which began in 2006 as a project for Elmering new Hams by way of the Internet. Richard KB5JBV and Resonant Frequency continue to enlighten and teach new Hams today. Many of the more successful Amateur Radio Podcast today can trace their beginnings back to Resonant Frequency: The Amateur Radio Podcast.

This week we visit with Roy AD5KZ concerning
repeaters.
We are still looking for a logo for the
podcast. To submit a logo for consideration send it to kb5jbv@gmail.com
Our
podcast is listener driven, that means that it belongs to you. Please
send in your show suggestions, comments, Info on people you think would
come on the podcast and bring their amateur radio knowledge or just drop
me a line letting me know how you like the show. Our podcast is not
about money, it’s not about recognition, it is about a new way of
Elmering.
tnx
73
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About the Author

Richard KB5JBV has been an Amateur radio operator since 1988. He has held positions with the America Radio Relay League including but not limited to Assistant Section Manager, Official Observer, Official Relay Station, Official Emergency Station, ARES Emergency Coordinator for Kaufman County Texas, Volunteer Examiner and Technical Specialist in the North Texas section.

Richard has also served as RACES assistant radio officer for the city of Mesquite, Tx. and among numerous other duties Including club president for the HAM Association of Mesquite Texas.

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