Just a reminder about one of the great Podcasts that are out there.
The International Version is NOT suitable for American Amateur Radio Transmission, as it adds musics and commercial effects to the content of TWIAR.
This is the version I download as a Podcast and listen to while driving each week. Using iTunes it is downloaded to a Blackberry Curve via the Blackberry Desktop Tools with several other Podcasts, and played via Bluetooth to my car’s audio system.
“This Week in Amateur Radio International (TWIARi) Edition #235 for the week beginning July 26th has been released. The program will be available at our web site at www.twiar.org for direct download, or via podcast-RSS subscription later today.
Program highlights include all the latest amateur radio news headlines, and this weeks special features:
“The Random Access Thought” with Bill Baran, N2FNH. This Week, we travel “Below The Molecules” for a chat with some free-banders.
Our very own amateur radio historian, Bill Continelli, W2XOY travels back in time for a visit to “Olsen Electronics” in Buffalo, New York.
TWiTs Leo Laporte will have all the latest technology news effecting you , your shack computers, and the internet, plus a lot more!
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