BSD in the Ham Shack Episode 1

Our good buddy and co-host-on-hiatus Rich, KD0RG, is supplementing our vacation with some content for your ear holes! This is the first installment of his series, BSD in the Ham Shack. We’re sure it’s great. Have a listen!

73 de The LHS Crew

 

LHS Episode #201: It’s Alive!

Welcome back to Linux in the Ham Shack! We have been on a three-month hiatus but we’re back. The show is bigger and better than ever. We’re packing in more content and making everything just a little bit more enjoyable for you, the listener. Thank you to everyone who has stuck with us over the last few months and as we move toward our 10-year anniversary, we hope that the next ten will be just as amazing.

73 de The LHS Crew

 

Ham-Astronauts among First Nine Astronauts Scheduled to Fly on Commercial Spacecraft

Three radio amateurs are among the initial nine NASA astronauts scheduled to fly on commercial spacecraft to the International Space Station. Others in the group are studying for their ham licensing exams in order to take part in Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) school radio contacts, or because they have expressed interest in supporting ARISS events. The women and men c…

 

Dave Popkin, W2CC/AAR2BU Receives Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award

A New Jersey radio amateur and Military Auxiliary Radio System (MARS) member has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from President Donald Trump. ARRL Charter Life Member Dave Popkin, W2CC/AAR2BU, was recognized for his extraordinary contributions as a MARS volunteer.

 

“On behalf of a grateful nation, I thank you for your lifetime of service to your fellow Americans and those most in need,” Pre…

 

LHS Episode #241: The Dark Side of Open Source

Welcome to Episode 241 of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this episode, the hosts discuss emcomm in Indonesia, the UN radio club, amateur radio license changes in Norway, open source software in automobiles and medical fields, becoming an APRS weather alert station an another dive into the Github bins. Thank you for listening! If you aren’t supporting us yet, please consider clicking on the sponsored ads, picking up some merch or subscribing via Patreon. Every little bit helps us keep the show going.

73 de The LHS Crew

For the full article http://lhspodcast.info/2018/08/lhs-episode-241-the-dark-side-of-open-source/

W6NBC Wins the August QST Cover Plaque Award

 

The winning article for the August 2018 QST Cover Plaque award is “A Novel Approach to Using Window Line” by John Portune, W6NBC. The QST Cover Plaque Award — given to the author or authors of the most popular article in each issue — is determined by a vote of ARRL members on the QST Cover Plaque Poll web page. Cast a ballot for your favorite article in the September issue today.