RF Podcast EP 35 Rare Show Live!

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Episode 35 RF Podcast Live Show Notes

00:00 Promo: Ohio Linux Fest (http://www.ohiolinux.org)

00:25 Theme music

01:20 Intro: This is the unedited audio version of our first live video episode The video appears to be lost to history but the audio remains

03:15 Live show: This is our first live show and it’s a little rough, primarily an equipment test.

05:25 Feedback:

  • George, N0JRJ, likes the podcast and the idea of the live show. He listens while commuting and talks about his frustrations with the attitudes of “old timers” toward new hams.
  • Barry, K4RUE, a recently licensed ham, enjoys the show and the music.
  • Mike, KF7AME, just found the podcast and is listening to the old episodes. He appreciates comments on previous shows about how difficult it may be for new hams to afford new equipment.
  • Bob, K4BB, just discovered the podcasts and music, and enjoys them, though he’s not too sure about all of the music.
  • Google alert: Russ Wenner of The Techie Geek podcast mentions us in episode 40. Check it out at https://web.archive.org/web/20130805083259/http://thetechiegeek.com/
  • Robert, WA4HRK, sends thanks for a recent episode.

Thank you everyone for the feedback. Find us at: http://rfpodcast.info or Email us at kb5jbv@gmail.com

19:20 Topic: Everyone assumes everyone else has the same equipment or can afford such equipment. There are lots of ways to get equipment, and it takes time to accumulate a station. Building wire antennas is a great way to learn and is inexpensive.

22:42 Amazon: Please make your Amazon purchases through the Amazon link on http//:rfpodcast.info as we get a small portion of that transaction. It doesn’t cost you anything extra and is another way to support the podcasts. Thanks.

24:56 Station ID: This is KB5JBV…

25:30 Topic: Elmering… but Richard seems to have lost his train of thought.

26:50 Topic: Twitter and other social networks.

28:00 Topic: Bill, KA9WKA, distracts Richard with comments in the chat room. (Sorry – Ed.)

30:20 Topic: The rude amateur radio operator. Is Elmering a lost art?
Anyone else see this sort of thing?

33:15 Topic: Field Day.

36:00 Topic: Richard is intending to attend more hamfests in the east Texas, south Oklahoma, west Louisiana area and looks forward to talking with the podcast listeners and maybe recording a few of those conversations for the podcasts.

38:30 Topic: Hurricane season.

42:20 Other folks joining in the chat room. Check out Chris’ (N7ICE) website http://73s.org,

44:30 Keyboard balls. 🙂

45:04 A tour of Richard’s studio. Hope you’re not prone to motion sickness.

50:45 Check out Hacker Public Radio at http://hackerpublicradio.org/

53:20 Rambling a bit.

55:30 Star Trek memorabilia.

59:20 Back to hamfests. Richard has yet to attend Dayton. But there is HamCom (Recently Closed Permanently)

1:01:30 W1AW bulletins: AMTOR and ASCII to be replaced by PSK31 and MFSK16. RTTY to remain.
fldigi is a great program for digital modes. It’s available for Linux AND Windows. Download at http://www.w1hkj.com/

1:04:40 Also check out the NUE-PSK standalone modem: http://www.nue-psk.com/
Thanks, Craig, KB3SBI.

1:05:25 Richard reminisces about the Commodore 64 computer that he used as a portable packet terminal.

1:08:20 Wrap up. Thanks to KA9WKA, N7ICE, KB3SBI, and all the anonymous ustreamers for showing up in the chat room.

1:10:35 Conclusion:

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

Glossary – See Glossary for terms used on the show.

Contact Info For Richard KB5JBV:
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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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