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Ham Radio Q&A Livestream (20,000 Subscriber Spectacular)

Join Joe and I for a special live presentation of Ham Radio Q&A. Beer and Ham Radio – anything could happen; especially considering we’ll be working without a net. Topics Covered: Channel update, upcoming videos: 03:48 Programming DMR Radios: 09:08 Yaesu FT-897 trouble retaining display settings: 12:24 How I got started with ham radio: 16:00 […]

Your Questions Answered- July 2019

This month I’m gonna tackle a bunch of questions on my recent portable HF kit and portable power videos, there were so many great comments and questions that deserved a followup, so thank you to everyone that engaged in the community discussion. Plus I’ll talk a little bit about my thoughts on the recent proposal […]

Your Questions Answered, June 2019

The summer months are upon us, so that means more outdoor operations activities. I know I have a busy month ahead so I’m planning some fun videos over the next few weeks, stay tune to the end to hear more about them. but first, let’s get into your questions. APRS is a pretty hot topic […]

Your Questions Answered – May, 2019

I’ve got plenty to talk about this month as we dig into the questions, but please also stick around to the end for a quick channel update and a preview of a few videos to come. But first we’re going to unpack a few of the comments from my recent video were I discuss why […]

Your Questions Answered, April 2019

First off I want to thank everyone for watching and subscribing to my channel over on Youtube. In the last month it passed the milestone of the one million video views mark. We’re also pushing towards 15,000 subscribers, so if you enjoy watching these videos, you are certainly in good company. Next up, before I […]

Your Questions Answered – March, 2019

February has been a challenging month. We received over 53 inches of snow last month alone and over 70 inches from the season. This is a far cry from what we are usually accustomed too, especially for a community that doesn’t live within the great lakes snow belt. But we’re all dug out and hopefully […]

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