Many thanks to Pete (WB9FLW) who shares the following video from QRP Labs with a detailed overview of the new QCX+ transceiver:
Many thanks to Paul (W4/VP9KF), who shares the following:
Having almost become a TK resident, this is one of the best ever contest
I recognise their QTH and so wish I’d been there!!!!!!
Thanks for sharing this, Paul! An amazing amount of effort was certainly put into this contest and no doubt it paid off!
(Source: Southgate ARC)
Michael Sansom G0POT has released a video review of the LNR Precision version of the MTR, Mountain Topper Radio, a three band, CW only, QRP trail friendly transceiver
Watch Michael’s Mountain Topper Radio review below:
Many thanks to my buddy Ulis (K3LU) for sharing this brilliant commercial:
Adam (KJ6HOT) writes:
“Just wanted to pass on a link to a few videos I put
together in case you’d like to share them, especially the Yaesu
FT-817ND kit I put together.”
Adam has also posted some SOTA activation videos where he uses his go kit (click here to watch). I’m amazed that Adam manages to fit so much in that small box. Certainly a handy kit for hiking to a SOTA activation!
Without a doubt, this is one of the best produced Ham Radio shows I’ve ever seen. I eagerly await TX Factor’s next episode.
Click here to view TX Factor’s website. Thanks for the tip, WD8RIF!
Many thanks to Ray Novak for sharing this video from the ABC series Last Man Standing:
Happy Thanksgiving to all (even if you’re not State side)! And, please, savor your ham.
In this music video, Col. Chris Hadfield (VA3OOG/KC5RNJ) records a revised version of David Bowie’s Space Oddity, on board the International Space Station:
As if he wasn’t cool enough already. We hams couldn’t ask for a better ambassador than VA3OOG.
My guess? There must be a ham in the marketing department at Velveeta:
And I thought my buddy, Mike (K8RAT), was being gastronomically adventurous when he made a homemade single-lever “sideswiper” with a steak knife! Imagine what might happen if the steak knife meets up with this: