Application for an Experimental Radio License

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  1. _Jim says:

    Congrats and good luck on the experimental license and on getting your son involved!

    I have an app in for a Part 5 experimental station up around 630 meters. Maybe I can also listen down around 2200 meters for your signal in the future.

    73,
    Jim WB5WPA

  2. Great article! That’s something I have questioned myself for quite a while too.

    Congratulations on your son! Mine just turned 10, he’s also delving into the same paths, same history, got an RPi for minecraft’s purposes, now I’m teaching him about electronics as well as Ham Radio, using the RPi as a tinkering tool.

    So far he built a cw keyer so he can learn CW with that.

  3. vk4jam2015 says:

    Great Idea for your son – you will find the WSPR code here works just fine.

    https://github.com/JamesP6000/WsprryPi

    Using this to a long wire I regularly get reports from over 2500 Km away on 30M. Other bands are good too. 10 mW goes a long way !!!

  1. January 26, 2015

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