Ham Radio

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Welcome to the Ham Shack! 53 4 years 33 weeks ago
by David Lane
4 years 20 weeks ago
by ubuntujason
[New User] Using Minicom and a USB/Serial cable to talk to your KPC 3+ 1 4 years 16 weeks ago
by David Lane
4 years 14 weeks ago
by KB2YUI
Xastir article from the January 2010 issue is availble 0 4 years 23 weeks ago
by David Lane
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What programs are needed to attract more ham users to Linux? 28 4 years 32 weeks ago
by Carlie Fairchild
4 years 16 weeks ago
by David Lane
Tech Support Request - Serial baud rade changes 3 4 years 20 weeks ago
by David Lane
4 years 14 weeks ago
by Andrew321
Software Defined Radios 0 4 years 26 weeks ago
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Rolling Your Own with Digital Amateur Radio from January 2010 issue 0 4 years 23 weeks ago
by David Lane
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LinFBB 0 4 years 27 weeks ago
by David Lane
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How do you program frequencies into your rigs? 0 4 years 12 weeks ago
by David Lane
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Distribution specific Amateur Radio Lists 3 4 years 32 weeks ago
by David Lane
4 years 19 weeks ago
by ubuntujason
An Amateur Radio Survival Gude article from January 2010 0 4 years 23 weeks ago
by David Lane
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