Electronic "how to's," and random project descriptions.
My name is Josh, I'm a dad living in Southern California with my wife and two sons. I'm an engineer and radio amateur. I've created the Ham Radio Crash Course to get people involved in radio and keep learning!
Hi, my name is Jason, callsign KC5HWB, and I created this video series in 2015 to talk about anything that is new in Amateur Radio. I review new radios, new products, and new modes for the modern Ham Operator., but I am also interested in the tried-and-true products in Ham Radio. I like engagement from the audience and feedback from the viewer, so please subscribe to catch my new videos. My most popular videos are my Technician and General Classes, and then after those, radio reviews. New radio unboxings, testing, reviewing, programming, etc - that is what this channel is primarily about. But over the last 5 years this channel has grown far beyond just new radio reviews - ANYTHING that is NEW or FUN in Amateur Radio can be found on this channel! I hope to hear from you! 73 and thanks for watching.
Goodgame Ham Radio and Outdoors is a channel dedicated to teaching hams, new and old, about amateur radio. Being a middle school teacher, I am fortunate enough to get to teach amateur radio to some of my STEM classes. We have a school club and have had 36 students in all and 3 staff members earn their amateur radio licenses. I am committed to expanding the knowledge of all hams, and spreading the love of ham radio as much as possible. My daughter, Jherica, and I enjoy POTA and often make videos about park activations. I also do many radio related product reviews. We stream live every Wednesday evening at 7pm Central time. Additionally, we try to post at least one video per week. Those usually fall on a Monday or a Thursday. Scheduling on those varies slightly because we try to collaborate with the other content creators in the YouTubers Bunch.
It’s true; seeing is believing. What better way to fully understand and appreciate the visual interactive aspects of using FlexRadio Systems’ software defined radio products than with a video? Besides hearing signals, being able to see signals and manipulate them to augment your operating experience opens up a whole new dimension in amateur radio.
Share in the excitement and importance of ham radio - from tossing an antenna wire into a tree allowing you to talk to the world, to the importance of ham radio operators in time of disasters with hosts Bob Heil, Gordon West, George Thomas, Don Wilbanks, Valerie Hotzfeld, Amanda Alden, and Dale Puckett. Records live every Wednesday at 9:00pm Eastern / 6:00pm Pacific at https://twit.tv/live
Welcome to K6UDA Radio, it's Elmer with Attitude. Not to serious, not to in depth and its funny and fun to watch. Subscribe to my channel as I bring you new content ranging from DYI sport bike mods to Ham Radio how to's. From time to time I'll post adventures ranging from exotic SCUBA diving, Hunting, 4WD and of course our famous Drag Racing action.
Ham radio related videos from an extra class ham that enjoys sharing. I enjoy homebrew projects and the Raspberry Pi.
I love amateur radio with a passion. I love to experiment, homebrew and try different modes even if I don't like it I have to try it.. My purpose on this channel is to help others like I have been helped over the years. I want more people to get into ham radio and I am there to offer my advice and help as many others have offered to me.
This is where I post videos of things that are of interest to me; Amateur Ham Radio, Every Day Carry, Pocket Knives, Camping Gear, Solar Power, Batteries, Flashlights...
Welcome to Ham Radio TV where you can watch my adventures in amateur radio. I was licensed in 2016 and became very involved with the Vaca Valley Radio Club. Soon after that, I started recording our meetings and capturing my Ham radio path. This great hobby is all about experimenting, meeting other amateurs and building stuff together! I am far from perfect and not an expert, but I believe you can learn and gather ideas from watching others. I've always had great success from my failures. So, let’s go do something, even if it’s wrong! 73 Jason Fiori K6FAK
I've enjoyed ham radio for more than 56 years and now it time to share some of my experiences via YouTube. I have about 30,000 subscribers and that number is growing at about 1,000 per month. Part of my radio room is my YouTube Studio.
If you have wondered about why we are called hams, here's the surprising answer https://youtu.be/UFXX6Qk8iRI
73, Jim Heath W6LG Licensed Since 1964
This is a good video to watch for those planning a SOTA event.
Michael (KB9VBR) explains how to do Cross-band repeating with the Yaesu FTM-400XDR
John Kruk - N9UPC National Sales Manager - Yaesu USA