Bob gives a relaxed overview of the RS-BA1 remote control software for the Icom IC-7300. We meet two youngsters with a passion for amateur radio. And Mike and Bob head off to Bristol to spend a day with some very enthusiastic members of the British Amateur Television Club to learn all about digital amateur television.
New video: Icom RS-BA1. Installing & setting-up remote control for your IC-7300
The TX Factor have produced a video that logically goes through the step by step process of remote controlling an Icom Amateur radio, more specifically in this case, the IC-7300 using the RS-BA1 remote control software.
The video shows Bob McCreadie (G0FGX) of TX Films demonstrating:
• Setting up your computer and radio
• Installing the RS-BA1 remote control software
• Accessing the IC-7300 remotely
• Introduction to the RC-28 remote controller encoder.
I look forward to watching this episode later today. Here’s the description via TX Factor:
For your winter entertainment – enjoy part two of our informative series on HF and VHF propagation. Steve Nichols G0KYA concludes with his explanation on how space weather affects our ability to communicate on the HF bands.
Bob parts with some cash at Hamfest and Mike chats to Phil Willis M0PHI and Cathy Clark G1GQJ, two movers and shakers in the world of amateur radio.
Our free-to-enter-draw is back with a chance to win a copy of Radio Propagation Explained by Steve Nichols.
In this episode, they take a look at ham radio digital modes, how weather affects propagation (with a detailed explanation of Sporadic E), and a brilliant Radio Caroline feature where they board the Ross Revenge! Enjoy:
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