Author: Al Gritzmacher
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Quite possibly the best keyer ever.

Over the years, the quest for a good morse code keyer has been on the mind of many Hams. I remember the first keyer I ever saw at a friends shack while I was still in high school. It was

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USB SOUND CARD RADIO INTERFACE PROJECT

A project using off-the shelf modules to build an all-in-one Ham Radio interface for digital modes and contesting. This article is a work in progress. I will continue to update this while it progresses. Photos will be added eventually.? Parts:   

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On the relationship between radio and computers.

After my last post, about my 50 years of Hamming, in discussion on Facebook, where I also posted the same thing, several people also confessed their experiences with Ham Radio in their past. I was fortunate to attend a high

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My Beef with Ham Radio

With acknowlegment to Dan Maloney at Hackaday At some day this June, which I will have to look up, because I don’t remember the exact date, I will observe my 50th Anniversary of becoming a Ham Radio Operator. Things were

Posted in Ham Radio, Rants

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