Whether you have a very flaky internet connection at your residence, or you expect potential cyber attacks, it may be time to review Purism’s recent guide to prepping with some extra hard drives and some tools:Continue reading “Be ready for internet outages”
If you have visited Utah any time recently with a ham radio you may have noted that not all of the repeaters coordinated in the area are on the repeater listing. As of this weekend this has been brought in with permission from the Utah VHFS!Continue reading “Utah VHF Society Repeater list now brought in to the repeater listing”
- Registration is now open for QSO Today ham radio expo. Check out DMR and hearham live tutorials and many other presentations. Get your tickets for some interesting topics Mar. 12-13!
- Stats and end of year summary for the 2021 user survey, are up.
- Nominations recently opened for Amateur Radio Software Award for Free and open-source software. I’d nominate Pat.
If you have used Ham radio and are on Linux, you most likely have used the Winlink program Pat, an open source interface to use Winlink over internet (and some radios if you have that set up). The long awaited new release now includes the forms feature! and other improvements! If you haven’t set it up here is a quick review:Continue reading “Pat 0.11 Review and setup… the long awaited update!”
The Radioddity is a fairly popular affordable amateur radio, and a good entry level way to get into DMR radio. (You may use this referral code for a discount)Continue reading “Review: Radioddity GD77 DMR Radio”
One common misnomer about the amateur radio email network Winlink is that Winlink is just for Windows. Here is how to set up an account on Linux:Continue reading “Winlink setup on Linux in three easy steps!”