If you’re a newly licensed Amateur Radio operator, chances are you have lots of questions. This biweekly podcast has answers! “So Now What?” offers insights from those who’ve been exactly where you are now.
17. Final Episode: Joe and Michelle talk with ARRL VEC Assistant Manager Amanda Grimaldi, N1NHL
In conjunction with the launch of its new On the Air magazine, which is aimed at those just beginning their journey in amateur radio, ARRL is reconfiguring its podcast lineup - http://www.arrl.org/news/arrl-reshapes-its-podcast-offerings-for-2020 (http://www.arrl.org/news/arrl-reshapes-its-podcast-offerings-for-2020)
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16. Navigating the Nets
15. Halloween and Throwback Special
Listen in as we talk with Jen Glifort, KC1KNL, about her article from the July 2018 edition of QST, Yippee-Ki-Yay: The Role of Radio in Die Hard.
Read the free article here! http://www.arrl.org/files/file/QST/This%20Month%20in%20QST/July2018/Glifort.pdf (http://www.arrl.org/files/file/QST/This%20Month%20in%20QST/July2018/Glifort.pdf)
Other topics include scary movies and radio communications.
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14. "Ham" Lingo
14. "Ham" Lingo
13. You're Not "Just" a Tech
Featuring Andy Milluzzi, KK4LWR.
12. Demystifying the Language of Morse Code
Check out our video on Instagram of Joe Carcia, NJ1Q, demonstrating dots and dashes on the morse code keyer! https://instagram.com/p/B2mSGIxDOxw/
Customer ReviewsSee All
I am new to the world of amateur radio and I am glad I found this podcast. Thanks!
The premise was great. The first 2 or 3 episodes made sense - and then, the show slowly goes off the rails and becomes a meandering mess of unhelpful drivel. So odd.
Nov 14, 2019 episode
You have winner here. I give you a five-star rating from the view point of a new ham (less than seven years licensed). This is just what the new ham needs to help them join in the fun and function of being a responsible and participating ham to be welcomed into the hobby. I might add to be a good ham is accomplished through; listening,, listen,, and then listen some more. I plan on coming back often. Rich. KD8WCB 73