Resonant Frequency: The Amateur Radio Podcast Episode 20 Show Notes

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00:00
Opening Theme
 
00:31
Introduction
 
00:46
Frappr Map
1667 members so far on Frapprmap.

06:24
Donations
Send a dollar if that's all you can afford. Every dollar helps. We received donations from Steve AB6UV, Doctor David of Marietta, GA, and John W9NET. Thank you! Click the Donate link on the Resonant Frequency web site, or click through the Amazon link to make your purchases.

09:02
Feedback
Tim, KE7JNE, asks about calling CQ. Richard offers some advice, and thinks it would be a good topic for a future show.

12:31
Rob, not yet licensed, from Tennessee, enjoys the show and listens to hams on his scanner. Richard suggests he also attend a local club meeting and explore the various online resources.

14:43
Ray, KJ4CNN, says the podcast helped him pass the Technician and General license tests, on the same day!

15:56
John, W9NET, enjoys the podcast, too.

17:27
Other stuff
CQoogle is a search engine for ham radio.

18:05
Would you like new opening theme music? If so, suggest something from podsafeaudio or magnatunes.

19:26
Coming up on the anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing, one of the shining moments in amateur radio. Within 15 minutes, SATERN volunteers were in their headquarters, and established an emergency net that ran for 363 hours, a little over two weeks. As is often the case, it is in the midst of a tragedy that amateur radio comes to the forefront.

22:32
Should we continue the Buzzword segment? Let Richard know.

23:09
Song
"Strange Feeling" by Michael Burks from the album "Iron Man"

25:41
Buzzword
Storm spotters are trained weather observers, sanctioned by the National Weather Service. Storm chasing is not recommended or encouraged. Check your local ARES, RACES, ham radio club, or National Weather Service office to learn more. (Search the NWS site for "spotter training". -Ed.) In the UK, look at the BBC website for information. Check out Skywarn, run by Chris, KB9CCR, and webmaster Tim, KA0MWA.

34:55
Song
"Infected With the Blues" by Rick Fowler from the album "Back on My Good Foot"

37:43
Topic
Storm spotter safety.

59:21
Song
"Doublin-Dealin' Mama" by Tobin James, Damaged Goods from the album "Rules of the Road"

1:00:55
Conclusion
See the article about John, K3TUP, experimenting with radio frequencies to kill cancer cells.

Opening theme music is "Give It All Away", by midliFeCrisis, from the album "Live from the Loft" available at http://www.podsafeaudio.com
Closing theme music is "We Gotta Go" by David Henderson at Podsafe Audio.
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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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