This ham radio blog is not a "traditional" blog where I would post comments on anything that might be of interest to amateur radio operators.
Instead, what gets posted here is permanent in nature, rarely "time sensitive". See my blog entries below.
This blog is a special place where you can take in, at a glance, what I have posted as being significant over the past weeks or months.
What do I consider significant enough to post here?
Events and amateur radio related information that I consider worthy of your attention and, therefore, worth spending the time to read the details behind them.
Xastir is a highly sophisticated APRS amateur radio software application on Linux. Definitely worth trying. I know you'll like it.
Learning Web design is essential to build a Web site that gives results. You can easily learn to avoid costly mistakes with this online course.
The first ham radio test is easy to pass if you know what to expect and study for. Here is what you will be tested on.
DX cluster client software on high performance Linux O/S. I use XDX cluster client on Ubuntu Linux. Details here.
The ham radio cartoon has more than one purpose. Find out what they are and why here.
Linux ham radio software will delight the ham radio experimenters and operators alike. Linux Open Source software is free and you can even modify it!
Think of PSK31 as more robust than RTTY for weak signal performance. Here is Linux software to take full advantage of this robust digital mode.
PSK31 frequencies favored by ham radio operators with some useful related information thrown in.
Antenna software as easy to use as its results are useful. VE3SQB has produced just that! Here is my review of his suite of programs.
Finding the ham radio freeware you need is not an easy task. Oh! It is probably out there. It is just not easy to find! Here is some help.
For those of you who like to be able to intervene and share something of significance with the other ham radio enthusiasts who visit this Web site by the hundreds each day, there is a very unique way of doing that here!
After your text has been approved the "nutshell" version of your text will be posted in this blog. It will consist of your title and a short description. Your complete text will be posted on its own permanent page on this Web site. Your blog post will have a live link to it.
All our readers who subscribe to our RSS feed will be instantly alerted of your post.
Make your intervention significant and it will be noticed! It will never get buried under hundreds of other posts. I guarantee it!
This ham radio blog plays an essential role in my "triple action" communication strategy.
This Web site is especially designed to assert itself among amateur radio related Web sites. (How? See the "Powered by..." at the bottom of each page).
This blog, on the other hand, is designed to offer an extra access to the Web site's content (through RSS feeds), thus augmenting its "visibility" on the Web.
Last, but not least, this blog also enables me to publish special timely posts containing my comments on amateur radio related news and events, as they happen.
In other words, I am using every available channel of communication, on the Web, to make my information accessible to the largest audience possible.
This blog is part of a unique "infopublishing" process that I use to give widespread access to my website's content.
Why use both a Web site and a ham radio blog to reach essentially the same audience?
Why not? It works!
Like so many other things in this world, amateur radio is changing.
This blog's mission is to help you stay tuned to the frequency of exciting changes that are occurring in amateur radio!
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