Video's from TX Factor
- Episode 19 - In
part of our reports from Hamfest 2017
we have a sneak preview of the Icom IC-7610 and IC-R8600
We meet the new owners of PW Magazine and Pete tries his
the RSGB on-line exam. There's also an update on the
Society's EMC Committee's findings.
TX Factor - Episode 18 -
TX Factor experiences
what it's like to be
young again with a visit to this Year's YOTA activity
week at Gilwell Park in
London, and if you've ever fancied a go at moon bounce or EME, then see
how Bob and a team of amateurs get on when they're let loose on a
32 metre dishat Goonhilly Earth Station in Cornwall.
TX Factor - Episode 17
TX Factor goes digital as Mike Marsh gives
Bob McCreadie an introduction to operating on DMR, Yaesu Fusion and
D Star as part of his digital fun. In part one of
the series, they take a trip to a local farm
to see how an amateur has set up his own Fusion Gateway.
Ever wonder why QSL cards take a long time to complete
their journey? Bob finds out what we can do to help
speed up he process.
TX Factor - Episode 16
Our new team member Pete Sipple
looks forward to Youngsters On The Air 2017 and chats to some key players
at this summer’s UK event. Pete finds time to take an
eager look at the new dual-band handie offering from
Kenwood - the TH-D74E with D-STAR.
Bob chats to our friend Bob Inderbitzen from the ARRL
about the League’s worldwide presence and Mike
investigates two clever devices from SOTABeams that will
help to improve the filtering of your FT-817 and check
the efficiency of your HF antenna respectively.
TX Factor - Episode 15
IC-7300 Remote Operation and
Digital ATV Portsdown Protocol
TX Factor - Episode 14 -
Information on HF and VHF Propagation and
TX Factor - Episode 13
Bob gets to weigh up the latest offering of digital
transceivers with Gary from ML&S. We chat about the
weather with two experts
who always look on the bright side.
TX Factor -
Episode 12 -
Not one, but two rig reviews: the Sun Expert Electronics
Transceiver MB1 and the elusive Icom IC-7300 are
Bob teaches Mike a thing or two about amateur satellite
Westlakes Amateur Radio Club Inc. York Street, Teralba NSW