Episode 407 - Arun Kumar - W8ARU
QSO Today, episode 407, Arun Kumar W8ARU.
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Welcome to the QSO Today Podcast. I'm Eric Guth, amateur call sign 4Z1UG, where I demonstrate the diversity and relevance of the amateur radio hobby and its impact on society. By interviewing ham radio operators, many of whom played vital roles in shaping our technology through the amateur radio hobby. And while many people might say, ham radio, do people still do that? This podcast demonstrates through in-depth interviews, just how amazing, diverse and dynamic the amateur radio hobby continues to be. I am attempting to clean up the QSO Today mailing list to reduce its monthly costs, but also to be sure that only the people that want emails from QSO Today are getting them. I'm sensitive to people who complain that their E-inbox is never under control.
If you see my message, please use the form to resubscribe to my messages or unsubscribe if you don't want an email from me. Either way, this will benefit us all. If you want to be on the email list, because you're not on the list to hear about the podcast, the expo, and soon the academy, please use the subscribe button on the bottom of the show notes page. Arun Kumar W8ARU builds most of the gear that he uses on the air base on a skill-set that he learned and became an amateur radio operator in India in the 1960s. This skill-set combined with advanced degrees in engineering has put Arun on the cutting edge of solar and battery technologies used in big equipment as the world is going green. Arun was also Ashhar Farhan, VU2ESE’s original mentor, one of the many major contributions that Arun has made to our hobby. W8ARU is my QSO Today.