Natural disasters, especially the most recent hurricanes, present us with opportunities to make a real difference if we step up to the plate. As part of this amateur radio story, Brian Machesney, K1LI, was presented his opportunity to make a difference on the Caribbean Island of Dominica after it was wiped out by Hurricane Maria in October 2017. Brian, his wife, and other hams stepped up to the plate and provided relief with the Dominica Airlift as it was called by the press. This story and so much more in this QSO Today with K1LI.
Episode 179 - Steve Murphy - N8NM
Steve Murphy, N8NM, builds most of his modern equipment using the Manhattan and “ugly” construction method, or he refurbishes old tube transmitters, receivers, and transceivers. Steve is not afraid to try a new design or component to further his love of home brewing. We follow the ham radio career of N8NM in this episode of QSO Today.
Episode 178 - Brian Short - KC0BS
Episode 177 - Jeff Damm - WA7MLH
Episode 176 - Hal Turley - W8HC
Episode 175 - Bob Rosier - K4OCE
Episode 174 - Robert Norman - VK5SW
Heading South to Australia, our QSO Today is with Rob Norman, VK5SW, who wanted to get away from the electronic noise of the his home city of Adelaide, in South Australia, by building a remote control HF station in the Australian bush some two hours drive from his QTH. We learn from Rob, what it takes to make this a great solution getting on the air.
Episode 173 - Preston Douglas - WJ2V
Episode 172 - Dave Sumner - K1ZZ
Episode 171 - Fred Regennitter - K4IU