Episode 104 - Richard Stroud - W9SR
First License: Dec 2, 1938, W9BRN, Class B
Magnavox, Ft. Wayne, Indiana
US Army Signal Corp, Korean War
Hydrogen Bomb Testing
Carl Luetzelschwab, K9LA - guest on Episode 37.
Beacon 222 mhz.
F Layer Skip
Recommended antenna for city lot: Good vertical antenna on 80 and 40 meters
17 meters not as touchy as cycle declines
Try working DX on 80 meters
Family Motor Coach Association - has 300 hams
Joseph Stroud, K9MRI - Dick’s brother
Hewlett Packard HP85 Computer
Advice to new or returning hams: Do a lot of listening. Learn the good habits and forget the bad ones you hear
DX Clusters from DXSummit
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Hallicrafters S-19 Sky Buddy
Spark Gap Novice Transmitter
Icom IC-756 ProIII Transceiver