The Practical Amateur Radio Podcast is a show about Amateur (ham) Radio. Each episode we dive into any various topics related to the hobby of amateur radio.
United States
83 episodes
since May, 2008


Podcast Number 71 – Podcast ver. 71.9 – August 27, 2016 (48.3 MB, runtime 42:12) Transcript PARP 71 – In this episode of PARP, our general discussion theme is “Make Nature Your Shack”.  I discuss taking your ham station outdoors,  the ARRL 2016 National Parks on the Air event and the Worldwide Floral and Fauna (WWFF) Program.    Our featured amateur radio website segment for this episode includes the FieldRadio.org group and a new amateur radio study preparation website titled Ham Cram.  All this and just a little bit more… Web Links discussed in this episode…. ARRL 2016 National Parks on the Air Event Worldwide Floral and Fauna Program and USA Site September is National Prepardness Month FieldRadio.org  and FieldRadio.org Facebook Group Ham-Cram Amateur Radio Study Prep Site 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: [email protected] Facebook: PARP Fan Page Twitter: KD0BIK Google+: Jerry’s Google+ Profile Subscribe to The Practical Amateur Radio Podcast    This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
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