Coolt sätt att lyssna på radiostationer från hela världen

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Riktigt coolt sätt att rota runt efter trevliga radiokanaler, dra med musen på kartan till dom gröna punkterna så drar stationen igång och info visas på bilden.

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Tänkte tipsa om en liten tjänst som kan vara kul att använda. Zello är ett litet program du antingen kan ha i mobilen eller på datorn och både och förstås. Det funkar som en komradio, man kan sätta upp egna kanaler och bjuda in dom man vill ha med, antingen kan den vara privat eller öppen.

Sen ropar man precis som i en radio och kan prata med varandra. Det finns mängder av kanaler man kan gå med i och en del är kopplade så att man även går ut på riktig radio t ex 69MHz kanal 8. Jag har satt upp en kanal som heter Kanal Katrineholm som är öppen, sök upp den i programmet och gå med. Programmet kan ligga i bakgrunden på mobilen t ex, väldigt lätt att komma i kontakt då.

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Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1755.wmv

AMATEUR RADIO NEWSLINE(tm) REPORT 1755 Released April 1st 2011 IS AVAILABLE RIGHT NOW This weeks newscast anchored by Fred Vobbe, W8HDU You can also download the full mp3 at

UK portable 60m amateur radio operation

Recording of a portable 60 metre SOTA activation of GW/NW-051 Foel Fenlli by GW0PEB/P on 20th February 2010. This video shows reception at the station of G0VOF in Blackburn, Lancashire, locator IO83SS & illustrates the NVIS properties of the 5MHz band around midday during late winter in the UK.

The Ham Band Video

The Ham Band is Andrew (G3WZZ/OZ1XJ/OZ5E), his wife Lissa and a group of Nashville session musicians. All the songs are about amateur radio and the booklet which comes with the ”Seek You” CD tells the whole story of contests, dx-peditions, antennas etc. The Ham Band has just finished their new song/video which describes the whole process of building a modern amateur radio station and at the same time enables the listener/viewer to learn Morse code – yes all the letters and numbers are in there! The video lasts about 20 minutes and there are 19 musicians playing in three different musical styles (French Musette, Viennese Waltz and German Oompah). The music changes key 24 times which means that this musical work may get into the Guinness Book of World Records! You can view the first quarter (about 5 minutes) of the video for free at

Y08 Amateur Radio Festival in Tokyo, Sales Agent

Nichiei-Musen is a one of a Japanese sales agent dealing Amateur Radio equipment. You may can know Japanese transceiver’s price level in Japan. After 00:30 is ‘used’. 会場内で販売店を出していた「日栄ムセン」です。

Amateur Radio Field Day 2010 – Northwest Arkansas

Field Day for ham radio operators in northwest Arkansas. June 26, 2010. Thanks to Benton County Radio Operators, AA5AR, N5NTI, K5GOE and WC5AR. Video by K5KVN.

Amateur Radio Newsline March 25th 2011 (part 1 of 3).wmv weekly news report. Also available for download from website and Heard on air on our repeater via echolink 146.850 (-) CTCSS 107.2

VHF Field Day 2009 (Amateur Radio)

Members of the Thornton Cleveleys Amateur Radio Society (TCARS) enjoying a weekend under canvas in a field near Great Eccleston, The Fylde, Lancashire. The video shows the preparation of the aerials and also the operating of the equipment on VHF Fleld Day, 2009.

Amateur Radio Newsline Report March 18th 2011- Part (1 of 2)

This weekly report is brought to you by : You may download the full mp3 file directly from our website AMATEUR RADIO NEWSLINE(tm) REPORT 1753 RELEASED March 17 2011 This weeks newscast anchored by Don bWilbanks, AE5DW

Huntsville Amateur Radio Club Field Day 2008


Amateur Radio Rights at Risk by proposed bill HR 607 which Threatens Radio Spectrum

HR 607 | On February 10, 2011, Rep. Peter King (R-NY), Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, introduced HR 607, the ”Broadband for First Responders Act of 2011,” which has been referred to the House Energy and Commerce Committee (which handles telecommunications legislation). The bill addresses certain spectrum management issues including the creation and maintenance of a nationwide Public Safety broadband network. As part of that network, the Bill provides for the allocation of the so-called ”D-Block” of spectrum in the 700 MHz range for Public Safety use. HR 607 uniquely, provides for the reallocation of other spectrum for auction to commercial users, in order to offset the loss of revenue that would occur as the result of the allocation of the D-Block to Public Safety instead of commercial auction. HR 607 lists, among the bands to be reallocated for commercial auction within ten years of the passage of the Bill, the paired bands 420-440 MHz and 450-470 MHz. The inclusion of most of the Amateur 70-cm spectrum as one of the replacement bands is a major problem. The 420-440 MHz band is not Public Safety spectrum and should not be included in any spectrum swap of Public Safety allocations. While the ARRL and all Amateurs support the work of Public Safety and recognize their need for dedicated spectrum which would promote interoperability, the ARRL vigorously opposes HR 607 in its present form. HR 607 is a direct threat to our limited spectrum and the ARRL

Amateur Radio Field Day site for FARS at Camp Oak Grove

Amateur Radio Field Day Floyd Amateur Radio Society Field (FARS) Day site in Floyd County Virginia. This will be the site of N4USA field day station for FARS. We invite hams and other interested folks to come visit during the last full weekend in June, To get map, directions and other info go here http We have room for tents and campers at this location also cooking stuff cabins with 8 bunk beds. This is primitive location no power and no water – bring you own. Easy access any car or vehicle can drive to the site which is about 8 miles from Floyd and 12 miles from Christiansburg/ Interstate 81 . More info at This video was produced by the LCF Group, ( We are on The Crooked Road Heritage Music Trail and the Round The Mountain Artisan and Craftsman Venue as a great place to visit ) Floyd Professional Center, Village Green, Floyd Virginia. The LCF Group consist of David Larsen KK4WW, Gaynell Larsen KK4WWW and Dee Wallace KG4VMI. We are all radio amateurs and also are Directors of ”The Foundation for Amateur International Radio Service” ( FAIRS) also located in Floyd Virginai. N4USA is the radio call for FAIRS and we have operated in Dominica as J79WW J79WWW J79VMI and many other countries. We are members of ” The Floyd Amateur Radio Society” FARS. The LCF Group (1-540-745-2322) ham radio bugbooks morse code cw amateurradio hamradio transceiver radio receiver linear amplifier linear amp heathkit

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another quick scan with my yaesu ft-7800

another quick scan

The Amateur Radio receiver Motobras ”Radio Escuta”

This is the Radio Receiver MotoBras (from Brazil) Radio Escuta RM-PFE71AC, specific for reception of Amateur Radio bands. This is a low cost analog receiver, but yet very sensitive, selective and good audio. It includes a BFO for SSB demodulation and also covers the Air Band (aviation communications). Receptions in this video are only with a rod (telescopic) antenna.

Hamshack Chat 7

I dip into the mailbag and help out some of my viewers with their answers to their questions. Answer many questions about PSK, and, remote control, using copper for antennas and a few other items.

PT2’/2-11-11/Global Data/Amateur Radio/offbeat/Cool-TV/Harvey’s Earth &

My public-TV talk-show,broadcast and streamed from MNN.ORG NYC.Wkly,FRI,9PM-9:27PM/EST/Topics:science and tech news,ufo sightings.Live-Callin/212-757-2076.

1st Contact on Amateur Radio

This is Anzhelika’s first contact on Amateur Radio. She answered a CQ call from Art, NF1A on the 75 meter band, 3785 Khz using AM. Isn’t she cute?

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