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The Future of Amateur Radio is Software

The future of amateur radio will be built on its software and supported by hardware. Amateur radio operators will continue to solder components together and string up antennas, but this will be a means to an end for most people. We’ve seen incredible performance increase in hardware by moving towards software defined radios, yet this Read more about The Future of Amateur Radio is Software[…]

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Millennials are Reinventing Ham Radio

The latest blog post by Sterling Coffey (N0SSC), Millennials Are Killing Ham Radio, dives into a topic we’ve brought up continually here at FaradayRF. That topic is the future of amateur radio. We’ve known Sterling for a long time and this post comes as no surprise to us. He’s an ardent supporter of FaradayRF and Read more about Millennials are Reinventing Ham Radio[…]

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Why Bother Getting an Amateur Radio License?

Our Amateur Radio and the Maker Community post defined our stance that the future of ham radio is in experimentation and learning. This post builds upon that cornerstone article by outlining why you should even bother getting an amateur radio license. I won’t make points around the ability to talk around the world or independence Read more about Why Bother Getting an Amateur Radio License?[…]

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Amateur Radio And The Maker Community

The HamRadio360 Workbench #22 podcast episode released on April 25th, 2017 focused on two communities we love, the maker and ham radio communities.  The host, George (KJ6VU), points out during the introduction that this podcast will be exploring “What does being a ham get you as a maker”? George and co-host Jeremy (KF7IJZ) discuss the advantages Read more about Amateur Radio And The Maker Community[…]

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Six Interesting Electronics Blogs We Follow

Brent and I here at FaradayRF do our best to keep up with interesting developments both in the world of ham radio and electronics. The following list is a snapshot of electronics blogs we keep an eye on. Take a look and please comment below if you think we missed a great blog! Hackaday The Read more about Six Interesting Electronics Blogs We Follow[…]

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Faraday In Flight

Keeping It Simple In August of 2016 we decided to take a risk and put together a simple high altitude balloon. We’ve done this before with K2GXT in Rochester, NY on a scale taking months to design and build. Now we aimed to streamline the effort and increase the data collected by using Faraday. It’s Read more about Faraday In Flight[…]

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