A british TV program for ham radio made by ham radio.
" It's out of this world - well, almost! "
Mike Marsh returns to his old school in Ottery Saint Mary, Devon to learn how science lessons have changed since he was a lad.
Bob keeps his feet firmly on the ground at his native Cornwall to see why the letter 'K' has been making its presence felt. While he's there, he visits Goonhilly Earth Station to meet Arthur, the satellite dish that made history in the early 1960s and its modern-day equivalent.
Steve Venner G0TAN shows us the ins and outs of the Yeasu FT-991 all-band transceiver.
" Satellites all over "
Not one, but two rig reviews: the Sun Expert Electronics Transceiver MB1 and the elusive Icom IC-7300 are comprehensively analysed.
Bob teaches Mike a thing or two about amateur satellite operating, and our free-to-enter-draw is back with a chance to win a copy of the Getting Started with Amateur Satellites book featured in the item.
" Linear birds again "
In this early summer episode we look at programming your DMR handie and running a SharkRF openSPOT digital radio IP gateway. We review the new Icom IC-7610 transceiver, and Mike visits Bob’s shack in Cornwall to learn more about operating through linear satellites.
As always, in our free-to-enter draw, there’s a chance to win two great amateur radio-related items.