Learn about the similarities of, and differences between, AM and SSB in this episode of the ARRL The Doctor is in podcast. The careful listener might gain some insight into why tuning has such a great effect on the sound of SSB transmissions.
Listen to a discussion about Meteor Scatter “a radio propagation mode that exploits the ionized trails of meteors during atmospheric entry to establish brief communications paths between radio stations up to 2,250 kilometres (1,400 mi) apart.” [ 1 ] in this episode of the ARRL The Doctor is In podcast.
These short podcasts are an approachable way of learning about technical topics related to Amateur Radio. The following topics have been discussed since the first epsode on April 7, 2016:
“As of 1400 UTC on January 16, ARRL Logbook of The World (LoTW) no longer will accept contacts that have been digitally signed by versions of TQSL earlier than version 2.0. Users of earlier versions are encouraged to upgrade as soon as possible, as older TQSL versions contain uncorrected defects and display inaccurate error messages.”[ 1 ] TQSL for MacOS and Microsoft Windows may be installed from the LoTW Installing or Upgrading TQSL page.