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Ham Talk Live #172 -- ARRL Teachers Institute 2:

D Neil Rapp (WB9VPG) on July 9, 2019
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Ham Talk Live! is back after the holiday with a brand new episode LIVE on the road! The show will come to you from Newington, CT at the hotel for the 2019 ARRL - the National Association for Amateur Radio Teachers Institute 2. Matt Severin, N8MS, Kris Bickell, K1BIC, and Ally Flynn, KM3ALF; along with students (like me!) of the institute will take your questions about this incredible training opportunity for teachers about wireless technology.

Tune into Ham Talk Live! Thursday night (7/11) at 9 pm EDT (Friday 0100Z) by going to hamtalklive.com. When the audio player indicates LIVE, just hit the play button!

If you miss the show live, you can listen on demand anytime also at hamtalklive.com; or a podcast version is on nearly all podcast sites a few minutes after the live show is over. Some sites include Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, SoundCloud, and iHeart Podcasts; and it's also available on YouTube. A replay is also broadcast on WTWW 5085 AM on Saturday nights at approximately 6:30 pm Eastern.

Be sure to CALL in with your questions and comments by calling 812-NET-HAM-1 live during the call-in segment of the show. You can also tweet your questions before or during the show to @HamTalkLive.

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