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100 Watts and a Wire: Episode 57

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by K0STH, Aug 8, 2016.

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  1. K0STH

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    On this episode, Christian visits with Jason, W3AAX. Jason is the North American Coordinator of the Worldwide Flora and Fauna program. We also get and introduction to the JT65 mode, and we learn what it was like to learn the code in the military.
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    100 Watts and a Wire ® is a weekly podcast celebrating amateur radio. Join Christian Cudnik, K0STH for topical conversation, interviews, news and an entertaining look at the adventures of a ham trying to figure it all out.

    100 Watts and a Wire is perfect for those who are new to ham radio, those looking to serve as Elmer’s, and the technically curious crowd.
    Whether you run 5 watts or 1500 watts, everyone is welcome. In our community, it's OK not to know everything, ask for help, give advice and get on the air.

    Visit 100wattsandawire.com for more information. You can subscribe to the show by clicking the RSS feed. Or, by using podcast apps like, iTunes or Stitcher.

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    Calling Frequencies: 14287 and 7180

    Our weekly 'Gathering of the Willing' happens on Thursday evenings beginning between 00:00 and 01:00 UTC. Bands and frequencies may vary.
     
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  2. WA1WK

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    Last August, I changed my callsign. As a personal challenge, I wanted to get DXCC with the new call in year or less.
    I DID IT!!!
    100 countries in 11-1/2 months of casual operating.
    All done with 100 watts and a dipole.

    By the way K0STH - are we long lost twin brothers or something? Whatever the case, we are brothers in Ham Radio!
     
    Last edited: Aug 9, 2016
  3. K0STH

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    I think I may be your stunt double. Brothers for sure. Good work on the DXCC!
     

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