HRD Software, LLC Announces Departure of co-Founder, Rick Ruhl, W4PC

Press Release

HRD Software, LLC

HRD SOFTWARE, LLC ANNOUNCES
DEPARTURE OF CO-FOUNDER, RICK RUHL, W4PC
TO PURSUE OTHER INTERESTS

Tampa, FL; Dallas, TX; St. Paul, MN — December 31, 2016

HRD Software, LLC., producer of Ham Radio Deluxe, the world’s leading software application suite for ham radio operators, announces the departure of co-founder, Rick Ruhl (W4PC) to pursue other interests. This change becomes effective as of December 31, 2016.

“After twenty…

HRD Software, LLC Announces Departure of co-Founder, Rick Ruhl, W4PC
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Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2044, December 30 2016

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2044, December 30 2016

Amateur Radio Newsline Report Number 2044 with a release date of Friday, December 30, 2016 to follow in 5-4-3-2-1.

The following is a QST. Hams respond to the typhoon the Philippines. Radio Australia begins its shortwave shutdown — and we talk to possibly the oldest continuously operating phone net. All this and more as Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2044 comes your way right now.

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HAMS RESPOND TO SUPER TYPHOON…

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2044, December 30 2016
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Ham Radio 2.0: EP74 – How to Setup your DMR Codeplug for a Hotspot

http://www.livefromthehamshack.tv/2016/12/26/episode-74-how-to-program-a-dmr-codeplug-for-a-hotspot/
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Program your DMR codeplug for use for a DMR Hotspot. This question gets asked many times in the various Facebook groups for DMR, so I wanted to make a video that shows how to do this.

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World’s smallest radio receiver … the size of 2 atoms

World’s smallest radio receiver has building blocks the size of 2 atoms
http://electroiq.com/blog/2016/12/w…iver-has-building-blocks-the-size-of-2-atoms/

Researchers from Harvard University's John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have made the world’s smallest radio receiver – built out of an assembly of atomic-scale defects in pink diamonds.

This tiny radio — whose building blocks are the size of two atoms — can withstand…

World’s smallest radio receiver … the size of 2 atoms
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Ham Talk Live! Episode 45 – Antenna Building Q&A with Emmett Hohensee, W0QH of Radiowavz

Coming up this week on Ham Talk Live!, Emmett Hohensee III W0QH, Chief Engineer at Radiowavz will be taking your questions on the show about Antenna Building! We will be talking how to make antennas from stuff you likely have lying around the house, and have a quick course in Antenna Building 101!

Tune in Thursday at 9 pm Eastern time by going to hamtalklive.com, and click the play button. If you miss the show, catch our archive on the web site or on most podcast services.

And most…

Ham Talk Live! Episode 45 – Antenna Building Q&A with Emmett Hohensee, W0QH of Radiowavz
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Phasing Line Podcast: HRD Special Release

On this episode of the Phasing Line, Marty sits down with Jeff, NT1K, who is one of the moderators of the Amateur Radio Sub-Reddit, to talk about some recent controversy regarding Ham Radio Deluxe software. Take a listen on this episode to learn all about the recent events.

Take a listen to the show: Phasinglinepodcast.com

Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/PhasingLinePodcast

Take a listen to these twos (almost objective) take on what happens, and…

Phasing Line Podcast: HRD Special Release
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100 Watts and a Wire: Episode 78

On this episode, we wrap up the year with a post Christmas week recap. Did Santa bring you what you need in his big brown truck? Naturally, the weather was warm and wet in New Seattle over the holiday. But, it presented a suitable atmosphere for adjusting antennas. Plus, why did 2016 kill all of those people? All of this and more on this episode of 100 Watts and a Wire.

http://100wattsandawire.com/100-watts-and-a-wire/episode78

100 Watts and a Wire ® is a weekly podcast…

100 Watts and a Wire: Episode 78
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