amateur radio

Tux Radio

In Search Of... A Few Good Developers

Occasionally I get a chance to poke my head up and see what is new and different and occasionally I get asked if I know anyone that could help.  This is one of those cases. more>>

ARRL Field Day Logo 2010

Linux Odyssey 2010 - Logging Software

With the ARRL Field Day just around the corner, I decided, in the spirit of my own Linux Odyssey that I should find and use a new logging program. It is the search for this program that prompted these thoughts. more>>


CHIRP – A first look

If you own an ICOM D-STAR radio, you know how hard it is to program through the faceplate. And if you are a Linux user, you know that your options are either use the faceplate or borrow a Windows machine (or fire up a VM) and plunk down $60 for the software and cable to program them with. Until now that is. Enter CHIRP. more>>

Tux Ham

Amateur Radio forums, now with tech support! (I hope)

Have you ever had that question, the one that you just know someone else has solved, but you cannot figure out the right words to put into the query so that Google will spit back the right answer? more>>

Amateur Radio and Linux

Amateur Radio Articles and Newsletter

For those that have been waiting patiently for the Amateur Radio articles from the January 2010 edition to be available on line, your wait is over! You will find a permanent link to them in the Linux Journal Virtual Ham Shack, but for your convenience, I will put them here too: more>>

An Amateur Radio Survival Guide for Linux Users

An overview of common Amateur Radio activities with information about how to participate using a Linux system and free software. more>>
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