PARP 63 – Taking Amateur Radio Abroad

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Podcast Number 63 – Podcast ver. 63.6 - November 3, 2013 (25.3 MB, runtime 22:04)

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In this episode I discuss taking amateur radio abroad.  If you are interested in learning the rules and regulations of operating amateur radio equipment overseas, this episode should help you.   

All this and just a little bit more.  Thank you for listening. 

Links to Websites discussed on this episode 

https://www.rac.ca/en/rac/services/bandplans/allband.php

http://www.arrl.org/cept

http://www.uba.be/en/you-plan-visit-belgium

http://www.arrl.org/amateur-frequencies-outside-the-us

http://www.rfinder.net/blog/

KD0BIK’s Website – General information about Jerry’s amateur radio activities
KD0BIK’s Blog - General Amateur Radio Content
KD0BIK’s SOTA Blog - Summits on the Air related content.
KD0BIK’s YouTube Channel
   

Until next time…
73 de KD0BIK
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PARP Is Hiring! Well, sort of…

Have you ever thought of starting your own amateur radio podcast?  Do you enjoy helping and Elmering others?  PARP or The Practical Amateur Radio Podcast would like to hire you…Yes YOU! 

OK, so hiring is not the right word…let’s better label it as recruit.  I’ve been producing PARP since 2008.  To date I’ve produced over 60 audio episodes ranging from how to get your license to discussing what makes a great first radio.  Yes, PARP has been geared towards the new or beginner amateur. 

As I stated, I’ve been producing PARP since 2008.  However, from time to time other life commitments have prevented me from releasing audio episodes on a frequent basis.  I’m not ready to give up on PARP as I believe many, many hams benefit from the audio content.  I have just reached a point where I could use some supplemental assistance and this is where you come in.

Each edition of PARP will reach thousands of your fellow amateurs.  If you have a specific subject you would like to discuss, share and Elmer to a large audience of hams, then PARP can give you this opportunity. 

If you are interested in this opportunity to Elmer through the Practical Amateur Radio Podcast, then please contact me. 

Thank you for your time!

73 de KD0BIK (Jerry)

PARP 62 – Importance of Elmering

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Podcast Number 62 – Podcast ver. 62.6 - August 15, 2013 (24.3 MB, runtime 21:12)

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In this episode I discuss the importance of Elmering.  

All this and just a little bit more.  Thank you for listening. 

Links to Websites discussed on this episode

Video of BARC Jr. from Ham Radio School

KD0BIK’s Website – General information about Jerry’s amateur radio activities
KD0BIK’s Blog - General Amateur Radio Content
KD0BIK’s SOTA Blog - Summits on the Air related content.
KD0BIK’s YouTube Channel
   

Until next time…
73 de KD0BIK
The Practical Amateur Radio Podcast Listener Line @ (307) 200-PARP
Email: kd0bik@arrl.net
Facebook: PARP Fan Page
Twitter: KD0BIK
Google+: Jerry’s Google+ Profile
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PARP 61 – Status and Future of PARP and more

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Podcast Number 61 – Podcast ver. 61.6 - July 21, 2013 (13.3 MB, runtime 11:06)

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YES, PARP Lives!!!  In this long awaited, but short episode of the practical amateur radio podcast, I discuss the status and future of PARP and provide an update on what I’ve been doing the past 6-7 months. 

All this and just a little bit more.  Thank you for listening. 

 
 
KD0BIK’s Website – General information about Jerry’s amateur radio activities
KD0BIK’s Blog - General Amateur Radio Content
KD0BIK’s SOTA Blog - Summits on the Air related content.
KD0BIK’s YouTube Channel
   
Until next time…
73 de KD0BIK
The Practical Amateur Radio Podcast Listener Line @ (307) 200-PARP
Email: kd0bik@arrl.net
Facebook: PARP Fan Page
Twitter: KD0BIK
Google+: Jerry’s Google+ Profile
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It’s been a long time…

Hello and thank you for stopping by.  Since the last episode (late December 2012), I’ve received many emails, tweets and messages via Facebook regarding the status of PARP.  I just want to briefly update everyone that I’m trying to bring PARP on a minimal schedule.  I have re-released episode 60 to check to make sure the RSS feeds are still working.  I hope to get episode 61 out in the next few days. 

Please check back soon.

73 de KD0BIK (Jerry)