HamRadioNow is a talk show and documentary series for and about Amateur Radio, produced by Gary Pearce KN4AQ. We'll talk to people and take you places you might not get to on your own. It's television for Ham Radio... Now.
At $2500, FlexRadio enters a new market segment for their full-featured, direct-sampling software defined radio. We talk to their Sales guy,Greg Jurrens K5GJ at Dayton. Then Cliff and Gary kick it around a little.
Here comes our Hamvention footage. Here Gary talks to Rich W2VU and Richard KI6SN, editors of CQ and CQ Plus, which (against all odds, or at least the odds offered by some of the hams who made comments on-line), is still in business and made it to Dayton. And a lot of banter between Gary and Cliff W4FT
Part Four of Four (that means it's the last one). A SAREX contact from more than 20 years ago... one that FAILED! (Then it succeeded).
Part THREE of FOUR
Part Two of Four
Part One of Four - way more than the usual ARISS contact video. First, it's got HamRadioNow's legendary 3-camera video and high-quality audio. Then, in Part Two and Three, we return to Dixon Elementary School for an in-depth "panel discussion" with two of the students (Aubrey and Joey), the STEM teacher who pulled it all together (Betty Bigney), the HAM who lead the Amateur Radio team that made the contact (Frank Divinie W4UOR), and the PIOs who got the word out (Suzie Ulbrich and Janice Hopki...
I would NOT give you the shirt off my back, but you can BUY the shirt off my guest's web site. Tom Chapman KC9FOZ runs HamShirts.com, and after bugging me for too long, I agreed to let him produce a line of HamRadioNow t-shirts (sweatshirts, hoodies, might be available if he sees some interest). So this program is basically a half-hour infomercial. I'm betting you're enjoy it! http://HamRadioNow.tv http://HamShirts.com
Filler. Placeholder. Not a real episode. Oh, sure, Gary talks for over an hour. But does he say anything? Watch this only of you need to be distracted, maybe mildly entertained, or just have company for an hour. We're busy doing something else.