RT @ARISS_status
Hope everyone is having a nice weekend so far. It appears to have gotten even better. Cable work done on the Interoperable Radio System during the EVA this weekend appears successful. From reports received this morning, APRS at 145.825 MHz is up and running for ham radio use.

RT @Plano26
Woot Woot! My @SWRadiogram decodes from @ThisIsAMusicSho! 😊📻🐈 twitter.com/hackaday/status/13

RT @ThisIsAMusicSho
@hackaday Wooo! Made it onto hackaday! The example images were broadcast via WRMI on last Wednesday's TIAMS program, decoded by @Plano26 in Arizona. You can hear the show and try to decode images yourself from show recordings at thisisamusicshow.com

RT @hackaday
Web Pages (and More) via Shortwave

If you are a ham radio operator, the idea of sending pictures and data over voice channels is nothing new. Hams have lots of techniques for doing that and — not so long ago — even most data transmissions were over phon… hackaday.com/2021/03/13/web-pa

This morning, Space-X Starlink L22 telemetry at 2272.5MHz.

RT @mattblaze
Radio nerditry: Pirate on 4030 KHz AM, currently playing Pink Floyd loud and clear into mid-atlantic.

RT @NWSBoston
[Tonight's Lows] Temperatures will drop into the mid to upper 20s away from the coast this evening. Along the immediate coast, temps will remain in the low 30s.

SKYWARN Self-Activation will monitor the wind gust/wind damage potential for Sunday Afternoon through late Sunday Night/Monday Morning. A coordination message will be posted in the morning. NWS graphics posted below. twitter.com/NWSBoston/status/1

RT @n0ssc
I timestamped today's EVA spacewalk for us ARISS fans hoping for a successful fix. Mike Hopkins noted there was a tight bend radius in the ARISS antenna cable, so we're biting our nails til Monday! @RF2Space @issfanclub @ARISS_status reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comm

RT @NWSBoston
[4:45 pm] A wind advisory has been issued from Noon Sunday to Midnight Monday for our area (until 8 am across the Cape and Nantucket). Winds will be sustained between 15-25 mph with the potential to gust between 45-50 mph.

RT @markghirst
Perfect text, an HTML page, and these images decoded from @SWRadiogram broadcast from WRMI in Florida. Encoding error for dash character mars otherwise perfect looking web page. Woodland recording with FT-817ND and end-fed wire antenna.

RT @NWSBoston
We hope you enjoyed that springtime teaser temperatures for Thursday and Friday. But the flip side is coming with a little snow Sunday ahead of an artic cold front. Wind chills may drop to zero to as much as 15 below Monday morning. Mondays highs will only be in the 20s.

RT @arrl
Welcome Home! From ARRL Headquarters, CEO David Minister, NA2AA, will be the keynote speaker at the QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo on Sat, Mar 13 at 12 PM PST / 3 PM EST / 2000 UTC. arrl.org/qso

RT @n1qdq
Today I activated K-6983, Woody Hill WMA, the closest to my home QTH today. Even though my fist is dripping with rust I dove in to make sure I completed the activation. means getting through. Style points come later! Please don’t hurt ‘em...

RT @arrl
Visit the ARRL exhibits at the QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo this weekend! “Ask the ARRL Lab” and have your technical questions answered by the ARRL Lab team.

RT @NWSBoston
A reminder that there is a wind advisory in effect through tomorrow morning. Wind gusts from 45-55 mph will be possible overnight/early tomorrow morning.

RT @flightradar24
Active flights — today, 11 March 2021 and two years ago on 11 March 2019 at 1700 UTC.

Show older

Mastodon.Radio is a community space for the Amateur (Ham) Radio community. It's entirely funded by its users. Come join us and talk radio, technology, and more!