ARRL The Doctor is In

ARRL The Doctor is In is a podcast based on the popular QST magazine column "The Doctor is In." Hosted by QST Editor in Chief Steve Ford, WB8IMY, and columnist Joel Hallas, W1ZR, the podcast is a lively 20-minute discussion of a wide range of technical topics. Sponsored by DX Engineering.

http://www.blubrry.com/arrl_the_doctor_is_in/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 21m. Bisher sind 101 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle zwei Wochen gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts
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Selecting Coaxial Cable


There are many types of cable for many applications. Which type do you need?


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ARRL's The Doctor is In - Listener Mailbag


The Doctor answers questions from listeners!


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ARRL's The Doctor Is In - Stringing Up Antennas


Trees make handy supports for wire antennas, but getting an antenna into a tree -- and keeping it there -- can be a challenge.


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 06 June 2019  n/a
 
 

Do Dipoles Have to be Straight?


The answer to the question is an emphatic "no," and the Doctor explains why.


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 23 May 2019  n/a
 
 

It's About Time!


A discussion of UTC as well as the importance of accurate time for a number of digital modes.


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 09 May 2019  n/a
 
 

Handheld Transceivers


These little radios are packed with features, but which one is best for you?


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 25 April 2019  n/a
 
 

Listening Outside the Ham Bands


Whether you own an HF transceiver, or a VHF/UHF handheld radio, there is much to hear beyond Amateur Radio frequencies.


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 11 April 2019  22m
 
 

The WSPR Heard 'Round the World


Are you curious about the mysteries of signal propagation, or maybe wondering how well your antenna is working? The answer may be just a "WSPR" away.


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 28 March 2019  n/a
 
 

SWR Simplified


A discussion of SWR -- Standing Wave Ratio -- can be complicated, but it really doesn't need to be.


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 14 March 2019  n/a
 
 

Meet the Raspberry Pi


Become acquainted with the versatile Raspberry Pi microcomputer, and learn about our new podcast for beginning amateurs.


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 28 February 2019  n/a