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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

SolderSmoke Podcast #133

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April 19, 2011

-- KindleSmoke
-- Amazon's Whispernet (not to be confused with WSPRnet)
-- April 1 and the Perils of Plausibility
-- The difference (significant!) between Cream of Tartar and Tartar Sauce
-- A short Italian lesson
-- Polyakov QRSS
-- Snort Rosin's Mighty Mite (NOTE: NO FILTER!)
-- Fly Fishing in Space: 2 Meter Packet Beacons and the International Space Station
-- Upside-down Amplifier
-- Rock and Roll and Ham Radio: The Bob Heil Story
-- The Shuttle Discovery Lands in Northern Virginia
-- MAILBAG

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3 comments:

  1. Bill,

    Got my Novice (WN1FCP) in 1965 and it was for one year. The term was later extended but I don't remember any details of when since as you can recall we were "under pressure" to get our code speed and technical skills up for the big General test wich I made the trip to the FCC office in New York to take a few months after getting the Novice ticket.

    73 and thanks for SolderSmoke (and the book).

    Joe AF1E

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  2. Aw shucks, Bill, go easy on Enterprise!

    If it wasn't for ol' Enterprise, there wouldn't have been a start to the Shuttle Program.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkEUBBlIjUA

    I guess there are some folks in New York who reckon Enterprise isn't a 'real shuttle', but I can't wait to go check it out at the Intrepid museum.

    73
    Mike
    K2MTS

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  3. I am shocked that the Air Force Museum in Dayton does not get one of the shuttles. I mean c'mon! KSC and Udvar-Hazy I can understand, but doesn't that mean that one should go elsewhere besides the East Coast?

    Tom WB8WOR

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