Episode 044 - David Freese - W1HKJ
Home town: New York City, NY
Attended: US Coast Guard Academy, New London, CT
Learned CW, in 1957, by using a signal lamp for boat to boat communication during radio silence.
First License: KN2LBM, Novice 1957
Upgrade: K2LBM, General
Loran C System - coastal radio navigation system that allows a receiver to determine its position by listening to multiple low frequency beacon transmitter.
First Rig: B&W 6100 Transmitter, Harmurland Receiver
Yakutat, Alaska - David lived here in 1964, during the great earthquake.
Copper Magnetic Loop Antenna for 40 to 20 meters Here is one by George Sharp, KC5MU
Digital Modes -
G4UCJ's Radio Website on digital modes includes discussions of the most popular.
FLdigi Software for digital Modes
FLdigi add-on programs here
Voice of America has a service called VOARadiogram where they broadcast MFSK32 on 17870 Khz. FLDigi can be used to decode it.
Murray Greenman, ZL1BPU, inventor of Digital modes: mfhsk dominoex
Con Wassilieff, ZL2AFP, developer of the FSQ digital mode (Fast Simple QSO chat mode)
Patrick Lindecker, F6CTE - creator of the RSID and Multipsk digital transceiver.
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Barker and Williams 6100 Transmitter
Kachina 505D SDR Transceiver_
FLdigi Screen Shot
PSK31 Waterfall Display