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Foundations of Amateur Radio -- #114:

from Onno VK6FLAB on August 10, 2017
Website: http://podcasts.itmaze.com.au/
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How does RTTY work?

The continued discussion in our community about Digital Modes got me thinking about what a Digital Mode actually is. At the most fundamental level, it's about encoding information into discrete chunks to exchange information. Morse Code is an example of a Digital Mode, made up from combinations of dits and dahs.

This week I look at how RTTY works.

Foundations of Amateur Radio is a weekly podcast about the 1000 hobbies that make our community. You can listen on-air, on-line or on-demand. Get your own personal copy from the website at http://podcasts.itmaze.com.au/foundations/, or search for my callsign VK6FLAB on iTunes, Google, or your personal podcast directory for your weekly fix.

Onno VK6FLAB

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