ZLHRP 05 High Power Hotspots and Pirates

Today’s ZL Ham Radio Podcast I talk about my 80/40m inverted V, Brandmeister DMR and High Powered Hotspots.

I also talk about Pirates on amateur and emergency services bands.

Anybody who owns a minimum radio receiving equipment can listen to and receive PicSat’s transmissions on 435.525 MHz. The PicSat team invites radio amateurs from all over the world to collaborate in following the satellite, receiving its data and relaying them to the PicSat data base via the Internet. Those interested can register on the PicSat website to follow the updates and, if they so wish, become part of the radio network, see http://PicSat.obspm.fr/ for more information.

If you have anything to share on the show or comments email me @ podcast .at. zlham.nz



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Amateur Radio Operator, Freelancer, Photographer, Electronics Service Tech, IPC 7711B/7721B Certified SMT Rework and Repair trainer, Content Creator and mountain bike rider.

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