Rich Moseson, W2VU, is the current editor of CQ Magazine. From his vantage point as the editor of one of the oldest and prestigious amateur radio magazines, he has the opportunity to see the big picture of our ham radio hobby every month from articles published, reader feedback, and the many amateur radio conventions that he attends with his staff. This QSO is full of his observations on amateur radio today as well as his personal ham radio history. W2VU is my QSO Today.
Episode 146 - Joe Carcia - NJ1Q
Joe Carcia, NJ1Q, grew up down the street from the ARRL headquarters in Newington, Connecticut and is now the Station manager and trustee of the W1AW Hiram Percy Maxim Memorial station that sits on the grass in front of the League headquarters. Joe shares his ham radio story and details of this historic ham radio station in this episode of QSO Today.
Episode 145 - Glen Zook - K9STH
Glen Zook, K9STH, began his elmering and mentoring by writing his first article for 73 Magazine in 1961 at the tender age of 17. Glen has gone on to write many practical ham radio articles from modifying a Heathkit Globe Chief for six meters to installing chemical ground rods for proper shack grounding. He has a collection of restored “boat anchors” that are copies of all of the rigs he has ever owned. As he pays extra attention to the details, his rigs are in as new condition as possible. Join Eric, 4Z1UG, in this QSO Today.
Episode 144 - John Ackermann - N8UR