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Sea Rad MM-50 marine radio
audio from the DX-60 Net Nov. 14, 2021



The Sea Rad MM-50 marine radio uses a carbon mic and limits modulation to 80% in order to avoid distortion, but it still puts out a good 35-40 watt AM signal with lots of "punch".  This clip was recorded by Brad NB9M at his QTH near Morgantown, IN using a Perseus SDR and digital audio recorder.   The path was 328 miles and the frequency was 3880 Khz.   ...  READ MORE
ranickels
11/14/2021
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Jean Shepard K2ORS, "Ham Radio" (aka "Heising Modulation")
originally broadcast Jan. 29, 1965



 Jean Parker Shepherd Jr. (July 26, 1921 – October 16, 1999) was an American storyteller, humorist, radio and TV personality, writer, and actor. He was often referred to by the nickname Shep, and was known to his ham friends as K2ORS.   With a career that spanned decades, Shepherd is known for the film A Christmas Story (1983), which he narrated and co-scripted, based on his own se...  READ MORE
ranickels
06/17/2021
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NE1S - Larry from Gray, Maine, operating a 1929 Hartley transmitter
Recorded 11/9/19 on 40 meters



If you're interested in hearing what a 1920's vintage non-crystal controlled transmitter sounds like, here is a recording of vintage radio guru Larry NE1S operating in the AWA Bruce Kelley QSO Party on Nov. 9, 2019.The transmitter uses a single 841 tube with 24 watts DC input and about 3 watts to the antenna, using a 160 meter dipole fed with open wire on 40 meters.   The signal ...  READ MORE
ranickels
11/13/2019
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Final Call for N8ECR (SK) - Midwest Classic Radio Net 12/8/18
Harry N9CQX and Bill K8DBN



The Midwest Classic Radio Net respectfully and sadly says goodbye to our pal "Mike at the mike", N8ECR....  READ MORE
ranickels
12/09/2018
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