200 épisodes

This is your bi-weekly deep dive on making, DIY, electronics, and technical topics of interest to the radio amateur. Join your host George KJ6VU and the HRWB team as they discuss current developments in ham radio while introducing listeners to a plethora of topics and skills such as test equipment, 3D Printing, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and more. Ham radio is a hobby of hobbies - George and team introduce hams of all ages to experimenting and learning within ham radio, which can be one of the most rewarding aspects of the hobby.

We are proudly sponsored by Autodesk Eagle PCB design tools, Flex Radio and Digikey.

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This is your bi-weekly deep dive on making, DIY, electronics, and technical topics of interest to the radio amateur. Join your host George KJ6VU and the HRWB team as they discuss current developments in ham radio while introducing listeners to a plethora of topics and skills such as test equipment, 3D Printing, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and more. Ham radio is a hobby of hobbies - George and team introduce hams of all ages to experimenting and learning within ham radio, which can be one of the most rewarding aspects of the hobby.

We are proudly sponsored by Autodesk Eagle PCB design tools, Flex Radio and Digikey.

    HRWB 212 - Networking and Field Day Prep with Colin Vallance KC8DHY

    HRWB 212 - Networking and Field Day Prep with Colin Vallance KC8DHY

    In this episode we meet Colin Vallance, KC8DHY, a professional network engineer who also manages the WiFi network at DefCon and other events.  We talk with Colin about how to set up your network in the ham stack.  We also have a round table discussion about our plans for Field Day 2024.

    • 2 h 43 min
    HRWB 211 - Project TouCans with Hamilton Carter KD0FNR, and Hamie Carter KO6BTY

    HRWB 211 - Project TouCans with Hamilton Carter KD0FNR, and Hamie Carter KO6BTY

    In this episode we meet Hamilton Carter, KD0FNR and his daughter, Hamie Carter, KO6BTY.  This amazing father / daughter team have build and deployed multiple creative radio projects.  One in particular, Project TouCans, puts a QRP transciever right at the dipole antenna feed point eliminating coax cables and communicates with the operator's station over Bluetooth.
    Follow along on thier radio adventures on their blog page at https://copaseticflow.blogspot.com
     
     

    • 2 h 35 min
    HRWB 209 - A Conversation with Kirk Kleinschmidt NT0Z

    HRWB 209 - A Conversation with Kirk Kleinschmidt NT0Z

    Kirk Kleinschmidt, NT0Z, has a deep background in radio and communications having spent over 30 years writing about radio.  Kirk is a former Assistant Managing Editor for QST by the ARRL, aughor of the book Stealth Amateur Radio and has been a regular columnist for Monitoring Times and Popular Communications.  You can follow Kirk today in his regular columns appearing in the Spectrum Monitor electronic magazine.  Kirk offers up his perspective on amateur radio in this episode.

    • 2 h 59 min
    HRWB 210 - Flex Radio 8400 / 8600 New Product Announcement

    HRWB 210 - Flex Radio 8400 / 8600 New Product Announcement

    This is a special edition featuring Mike Walker, VA3MW from Flex Radio, telling us all about the newly announced Flex 8400 / 8600 radios.  Mike is at Hamvention 2024 and took a few minutes out of his busy schedule to tell us all about the new radios.

    • 37 min
    HRWB 208 - Modern MultiMeters with Dr. Doug Millar K6JEY

    HRWB 208 - Modern MultiMeters with Dr. Doug Millar K6JEY

    In this episode we have our good friend, Dr. Doug Millar, K6JEY, join us to talk about multi meters, what they do and buying recommendations.  Every ham radio operator or DIY electronics fan needs a good multi meter.  But should you spend $20 or $200 on a meter and what's the difference?  Doug explains it all.

    • 2 h 49 min
    HRWB 207 - Coaxial Stub Filters and Portable Operating with Daniel WV1T

    HRWB 207 - Coaxial Stub Filters and Portable Operating with Daniel WV1T

    In this episode we meet Daniel Winn, WV1T, a very active portable ham radio opertor.  Daniel was searching for a way to filter out strong local signals when operating in the field and he started building stub tuned filters with coaxial cable.  This simple and cost effective approach is a great way to build notch filters that can significantly reduce unwanted interference from transmitters operating at the same location but in other HF bands.  This is a great technique for Field Day and similar activities.  Daniel holds an extra class amateur radio license and is a professional electrician.

    • 2 h 27 min

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