126 Years of HF Amateur Radio Innovation

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  1. AE2EA

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    “126 Years of High Frequency Amateur Radio Innovation” is a three part series tracks the evolution of amateur radio from Marconi’s Sparks in 1894 through CW, AM, SSB and digital technology to the present SDR Transceivers of 2020.

    This series was created by James Hanlon, W8KGI. Jim has been a licensed amateur since 1952 and W8KGI since 1970. He has BEE, MS and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering from Ohio State, and worked as a television engineer for WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, taught EE at Ohio State while getting his last degree, and worked for Bell Labs and Sandia National Labs. Jim collects and restores “vintage” amateur equipment, and currently has 24 receivers, 42 transmitters, and 3 transceivers on the air. He is a former sponsor of the Classic Exchange and an avid participant in the CX and the AWA on-the-air events. He is retired and lives in Sandia Park, New Mexico where his antennas are at 6900 feet elevation above sea level.

    Part 1 ~ 1894 to 1929

    Part 2 ~ 1930 to 1945

    Part 3 ~ 1945 to 2020

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