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QSO Today Podcast - George Zafiropoulos -KJ6VU

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by 4Z1UG, Jan 13, 2019.

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  1. 4Z1UG

    4Z1UG Platinum Subscriber Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    Development board.PNG
    George Zafiropoulos, KJ6VU, is the the co-host of the Ham Radio Workbench Podcast, one of the more popular ham radio podcasts. George has a long and interesting ham radio history as well as he is accomplished home-brewer, builder, operator, and high tech executive. We touch on a few of my favorite subjects that include repeaters and repeater controllers, the Cactus Intertie, DMR, and building with Arduino micro-controllers. KJ6VU is my QSO Today.

    The picture is of George's latest "Bench Duino" development board for Arduino projects for amateur radio that will be featured on his Ham Radio Workbench Podcast.

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    N5VAF, KN4FAW, YD6BXB and 3 others like this.
  2. KF6AJM

    KF6AJM Ham Member QRZ Page

    George is one of the smartest fellows I know, and some of the products he has developed are absolutely incredible! Looking forward to hearing what he has to say.

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  3. NE3R

    NE3R Ham Member QRZ Page

    That was one of the longest QSO today podcasts! I wonder why LOL.

    I do have a hard time going more than an hour, or, the commute time, when it comes to podcasts. The Workbench is great content, just, I have a hard time getting to the end.
  4. SY2CRK

    SY2CRK Ham Member QRZ Page

    73 de sy2crk
  5. 4Z1UG

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    Joseph - It was longer than an hour, but was it interesting? The great thing about a podcast is that you can go longer if the subject is interesting. However, if you are constrained for time, I will listen to many podcasts at 2 X speed to get more, faster.
  6. NE3R

    NE3R Ham Member QRZ Page

    Oh yes, it was interesting, and worth the extra time. I did get to the end.

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