Nearly every evening on 40M, I hear Bill Crane W9ZN for an hour or two coming in from Chicago. He’s a good op. I’m not sure what his top speed is, but I often hear him conversing easily with others at around 25wpm. He always matches the speed of whoever he is talking to, which […]
I made my first ever QSO with the CC1 beta a week or so ago. It was with Jason NT7S (the designer of the CC1 and proprietor of Etherkit) and on top of that, it was the first ever CC1 to CC1 QSO. Very exciting! I was hoping to have been the first ever QSO […]
In which Dave looks through some of his old QSL’s from his life as G8RYQ and G4IFA in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s in England.
I knew when I became active on the air again a couple of months ago that I would have to deal with the question of QSL cards sooner or later. I’m currently unemployed and am watching all my expenses closely. Even so, it seems against the spirit of amateur radio not to reply to QSL […]