Ham Radio 360: Workbench -24 Hamvention Forum & follow up

In this episode of the Workbench, you get a front row seat for the Hamvention Workbench Forum on Saturday!  Listen in as we discuss why – It Has Never Been a Better Time to be a Ham (Especially if you like to build things)

Following the Forum Presentation Jeremy brings in some of our last interviews from Hamvention 2017.

Link to the Presentation Slides (PDF)

Travis Goodspeed

https://twitter.com/travisgoodspeed

http://www.md380.org

https://github.com/travisgoodspeed/loraham

 

Michael Ossman / Great Scott Gadgets

https://twitter.com/michaelossmann

https://twitter.com/GSGlabs

https://greatscottgadgets.com

 

Siglent

https://twitter.com/Siglent_Tech

http://siglentamerica.com

 

Linux in the Ham Shack

https://twitter.com/lhspodcast

http://lhspodcast.info

 

TAPR

https://twitter.com/TAPRDigital

https://www.tapr.org

 

RIGOL

https://twitter.com/RigolTechUSA

https://www.rigolna.com

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HAM NATION 300 SPECIAL EVENT KICKS OFF WEDNESDAY

Hot on the heels of Hamvention 2017 … the Ham Nation 300 Special Event kicks off Wednesday evening the 24 of May. The on-air event celebrates the 300th episode of the TWiT.TV podcast Ham Nation.
Show hosts and after-show net control operators will all be on the air. The event begins at 0300Z on May 25th and ends at 0500Z on June 1st.
Ham Nation hosts operating “wild card” stations with their own callsigns include: K9EID, Bob Heil; WB6NOA, Gordon West; K7AGE, Randy Hall and W5JDX, George Thomas.
Ham Nation is an audio and video podcast that is broadcast live on the internet channel TWiT.tv. Hams can view the program live at 9:00 p.m. Eastern every Wednesday evening.

For Further Details Please Click Here!

HAM NATION CHALLENGE COMPETITION RUNS THROUGH AUGUST 31

The Ham Nation Challenge ends on August 31, 2017. The “Challenge” is designed to reflect the spirit of Ham Radio. During the challenge hams can receive a special certificate by earning up to 400 of the possible 650 points. Hams receiving the top three scores appear on Ham Nation in September.
Hams earn challenge points by completing simple tasks like … submitting a chat room question; submitting a video or shack photo for broadcast or scoring a “selfie” with a host or net control operator.
By completing the more challenging tasks hams earn more points. More difficult tasks include … becoming a Volunteer Examiner; upgrading their amateur license or earning their WAS or DXCC. A complete list of the challenge tasks and points awarded is available on each of the nine 1×1 callsign QRZ pages.

 

 

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