RF Podcast EP 34 The Adaptable G5RV

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RF Podcast EP 34 The Adaptable G5RV

G5RV

00:00 Theme music

00:53 Intro:

Field Day has come and gone. Richard had a great time. Send us your stories!

01:55 Feedback:

Bob, K4BB, just discovered the podcasts and music, and enjoys them, though he’s not too sure about all of the music. Thanks, Bob. Remember, this is “infotainment”. 馃檪


Thanks, too, to everyone following us on Twitter and other social networking sites.


Bob, WA4HRK, thought the last episode was one of the best.

The Techie Geek podcast gave us a mention. Thanks, Russ. Check out his podcast at http://TheTechieGeek.com (Out of Production)

Hacker Public Radio has also talked about us. (http://hackerpublicradio.org/)

05:57 Website: The web site has changed, and we’ve added an OGG feed.

If anyone wants to help with the website, show notes, audio content, or even written articles, send Richard an email at kb5jbv@gmail.com

08:48 Donations: None. Please consider donating whatever you can to the podcast. Or, if you’re buying something at Amazon, click the Amazon link at the http://rfpodcast.info website, as that will help out. If you have a ham radio product or service that you’d like to advertise, contact me. We’re considering running ads on the website for a fee. http://rfpodcast.info has a link to make a PayPal donation.

12:42 Song: “Sam Lay Shuffle” by Sam Lay And His Appaloosa All-Stars, from the album “Live on Beale
Street”.

15:08 Topic:

One of the questions that came up at Field Day was about a fellow’s dipole antenna, a G5RV. What’s the best height and does it have to be a straight, flat dipole? How does the ground affect things? Most wire antennas are a compromise in one respect or another. What about NVIS (near-vertical incident skywave)?

29:31 Song: “Ever Be Here Again” by Kelly Joe Phelps, from the album “Lead Me On (15 Year Anniversary Edition)”

33:36 Conclusion:

Thanks everyone for your mentions on blogs, sharing the podcasts, etc.
Look for Resonant Frequency Live in the near future. If you’re interested in joining the show, via the chat room, or voice, please join us. Watch Twitter and the web sitesfor announcements.
Send in your Field Day stories!

38:28 Closing theme

Glossary – See Glossary for terms used on the show.

Read More About Resonant Frequency: The Amateur Radio Podcast At www.rfpodcast.info

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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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