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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

Charles O. Phillips (N4EZV)


March 7, 2011


Long time amateur operator and innovator with frequency hopping and direct sequence spread spectrum radios.

Contributed by: Rick Woll (WE4VB)


The use of spread spectrum communications began in the Amateur Radio Service in March 1981 when the FCC issued a Special Temporary Authority (STA) to AMRAD. W4RI and K2SZE made the premiere HF contact using frequency hopping. WA3ZXW, N4EZV, WB5MMB and K8MMO were also involved in these early experiments.

Contributed by: Rick Woll (WE4VB)


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