AmateurLogic.TV is the first and longest running Internet television program dedicated to Amateur Radio and Technology. The show began in October 2005 shortly after Hurricane Katrina came aground. Three hams in the Jackson, MS area decided to produce a show about technology and ham radio. Internet video was just becoming a reality and made it possible to share their experiences with an anxious audience that had been ignored by...
Ham College, the new show for those new to the hobby and those wishing to get into Amateur Radio. In episode 5 we talk about Current. What it is, who named it, how to and how not to measure it. More questions and answers from the Technical class question pool.
Join George, Tommy, Ray and a host of special guests at Dayton Hamvention 2015. Shot in front of a live audience at the Icom booth.
Ham College, the new show for those new to the hobby and those wishing to get into Amateur Radio. In episode 4 we talk about batteries, experiment with lemons, copper, and zinc plus more questions and answers from the Technical class question pool.
George builds the SkyPi-40 QRP transmitter for RaspberryPi and sets a distance record. Tommy installs the new ThumbDV D-Star dongle. Peter creates the VK3PB Sota Box, a Grid Square GPS unit. Plus your viewer emails and more.
In this episode we talk about voltage and using a voltmeter plus 14 more questions from the Technician’s Exam pool.
A simple shutdown switch avoids trashing your Raspberry Pi’s operating system. SSTV from the ISS with Peter. George visits the Orange Texas Hamfest. Modulation on a Scope, viewer emails and more.
Building the Northwest Digital Radio DV3000 D-Star Hot Spot. A new device with new capabilities. Tommy and George’s Radio Shack bargain shopping. Capital City Hamfest Go Kit competition, JLO and Don Wilbanks. Peter installs Cinnamon Linux.
A new show for those new to the hobby and those wanting to become Amateur Radio Operators. Early Radio history. What is an Elmer? Build a Spark Gap Transmitter. Additional Technician exam questions and answers. And more…
Tommy Presents the IRCDDB Remote App to make D-Star easier, Shortwave Radio Shootout with Peter, George shops for Cool Stuff, and Chat Room fun. The first episode of a great 2015.
Peter talks about Propagation, Tommy shows us Arne’s IC-7100 with Remote Rig, George presents the CheapoDuino Finale. Plus our exciting holiday present to you, The AmateurLogic Christmas Album Collection with Mike Morneau, VE3MIC. This is an excellent way to end the year. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did making it.