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Foundations of Amateur Radio -- 110:

from Onno VK6FLAB on July 15, 2017
Website: http://podcasts.itmaze.com.au/
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Our Amateur Licensing System is obsolete, broken and in urgent need of review. This week I take a long hard look at the assumptions we've made about how our licensing system currently works and how it harks back to the 1970's and spark-gap transmitters. We can do better, we should do better and to keep our hobby relevant and alive, we must do better.

Foundations of Amateur Radio is a weekly podcast about the thousand hobbies that make up Ham Radio with participants across the globe in all walks of life with many different cultures, backgrounds and experiences. Visit http://podcasts.itmaze.com.au/foundations/ to download your personal copy or subscribe via iTunes by searching for my callsign, VK6FLAB. Feel free to drop me a line and share your thoughts, vk6flab@gmail.com is the quickest way to get in touch and if you feel so inclined, a small donation goes a long way to pay the costs associated with producing this podcast.

Foundations of Amateur Radio is the continuation of the original "What use is an F-call?" podcast (named after the Australian introduction Amateur Foundation or F-call License) which you can also find online at http://podcasts.itmaze.com.au/ where you'll also find interviews with the FT5ZM and VK0EK teams when they visited VK6.

I look forward to hearing you on air or reading your feedback.

73 de Onno VK6FLAB

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