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AmateurLogic 152: Hands On Raspberry Pi 400

This month we’ve got three great topics to start 2021 out right. George give his first impressions of the Raspberry Pi 400 Personal Computer Kit and it’s a keeper. Mike introduces the ADALM-PLUTO SDR & Satsagen Spectrum Analyzer software. Emile begins building the K5OZ Lightning Rig Saver. 1:26:31

Ham College 72 - Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 10

E2D Operating methods: VHF and UHF digital modes and procedures, APRS, EME procedures, meteor scatter procedures. 1:00:28


AmateurLogic 150: Christmas 2020

Tommy shows us the neat Doozy for D-Star application. Emile celebrates 12 Days of Elmers. George remembers the Radio Shack TRS-80 Model 100 and discusses all digital AM changes. Emile shows how to completely update Pi-Star. Mike’s got the 2020 AmateurLogic Crazy Cheap Christmas Gift Guide. 1:34


Ham College 71

Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 9. E2C Operating methods: contest and DX operating, remote operation techniques, Cabrillo format, QSLing, RF network connected systems. 1:10:07


AmateurLogic 149: Another Friday The 13th

It’s another Friday The 13th in 2020. Tommy sends pictures over the radio. Mike discusses the new M17 digital radio protocol project. Jeffery Kopcak, K8JTK joins in with a background look at the K8JTK Hub Digital Multimode Interlink System we use each Tuesday night for the AmateurLogic Soundcheck Net. AllStar Link, EchoLink, DMR, D-STAR, NXDN, P25, and Yaesu System Fusion are linked together for the ultimate multimode conferencing experience. 1:10:53


Ham College 70

Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 8. E2B Television practices: fast scan television standards and techniques, slow scan television standards and techniques. 1:05:59


AmateurLogic 148: 15 Years of AmateurLogic

Celebrating 15 Years of AmateurLogic. Peter, VK3PB joins for an update. Tommy is Getting Started With The IC-705. George has some Simple and Useful Transistor Projects. Emile Calibrates With WWV Until It Hertz. Announcing the winner of the Icom IC-705 transceiver and prize package giveaway. 2:10:02


Ham College 69: Hams In Space

Extra Class Exam Questions - Part 7. Amateur radio in space: amateur satellites, orbital mechanics, frequencies and modes, satellite hardware, satellite operations.


Ham College 68 - Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 6

E1F Miscellaneous rules: external RF power amplifiers, prohibited communications, spread spectrum, auxiliary stations, Canadian amateurs operating in the U.S., special temporary authority, control operator of an auxiliary station. 57:10


AmateurLogic 146: Hot August Night

Tommy builds an edge lit callsign display. Mike gets started with the Grove Beginners Kit for Arduino. Emile finds the ultimate dashboard monitor display for Raspberry Pi. Terry, 2E0IPK joins us to show how he uses his Buddi Stick. Announcing the AmateurLogic.TV 15th Anniversary Contest. This perfect QRP package includes the Icom IC-705 all band all mode transceiver and Utility Backpack, MFJ-2289PKG Big Ear Antenna package with tripod and carry bag, MFJ-4115 portable power supply, and Heil...


Ham College 67 - Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 5

E1E Volunteer examiner program: definitions, qualifications, preparation and administration of exams, accreditation, question pools, documentation requirements. 57:40


AmateurLogic 145: Saturday In The Park

We’ve got Summertime outdoor Ham Radio fun. Emile and friends at the W5SLA club do Field Day from a new location. Tommy’s unconventional Field Day. Join George, Tommy, and Ray for Saturday in the park with a great group of new portable antennas. Mike introduces the Grove Beginner Kit for Arduino. At this low price, even Emile is impressed. 1:14:58


Ham College 66: Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 4

E1D – Amateur space and Earth stations; telemetry and telecommand rules; identification of balloon transmissions; one-way communications. 1:03:10


AmateurLogic 144: Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is

In this release Tommy builds the neat WB0OEW Ham Clock. Emile discusses hurricane preparedness. George shows the ‘dead bug’ method of construction using a surface mount MAX-232 TTL to RS232 level converter. 1:22:33


Ham College 65: Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 3

Rules pertaining to automatic and remote control; band-specific regulations; operating in, and communicating with foreign countries; spurious emission standards; HF modulation index limit; bandwidth definition. 1:02:29


AmateurLogic 143: N5BOC Hotspot, Huskylens, Squelch Tapping

Ray Novak, N9JA joins us for the latest information on the Icom IC-705. Tommy demonstrates his favorite new hotspot, the N5BOC Duplex Multiple Mode Digital Voice Modem. George shows how to ‘Tap That Squelch’. Get a Squelch Open signal from a rig to interface with a computer rather than relying on Vox. Great for Echolink, digital mode software and more. Mike explores the Huskylens AI Machine Vision Sensor. 1:30:24


Ham College 64: Remote Exams

In this episode of Ham College we get the up to date information on the state of Amateur radio exam remote testing. It’s come much further than we thought. Richard Bateman, KD7BBC from and is on the forefront of implementing the tools necessary to proctor exams over the Internet. 1:16:46


AmateurLogic 142: Fading Sidebands, DRM SSTV & OpenWebRX

Do you really know what’s shown in a Spectrum Display? George explains. Visually observing a signal fade. Emile’s DRM SSTV exploration. Mike discovers OpenWebRX is back and more. 1:33:03


Ham College 63

Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 2 Station restrictions and special operations: restrictions on station location; general operating restrictions; spurious emissions; antenna structure restrictions; RACES operations 1:03:01


AmateurLogic 141: The Great Toilet Paper Famine

RSPDUO Tone and DCS Decoding, Exploring RigPi Deeper, Coronavirus Hoarding, and more. 1:17:39