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  1. Not sure if this is covered elsewhere in the forums; but everyone should know about this link which provides both visual and audio examples of common digital mode signals. https://www.sigidwiki.com/wiki/Category:Amateur_Radio The site also provides links to key information on most of the modes.
  2. https://hamprojects.wordpress.com/2020/09/06/raspberry-pi-for-ham-radio/ I'm not sure if this topic has been covered elsewhere. The above link provides a set of tutorials on virtually every aspect of RPi use by hams today with emphasis on setup and use of a variety of common apps such as WSJT-X, FLDigi, etc. Including discussion of SSH, Putty, etc. It is truly an A to Z tutorial. I highly recommend downloading all the sections, seven in all; ~15MB. If you have never powered a RPi, or plugged in a mouse, this will get you going. If you are a power user (not me, I'm just l
  3. Jim and Mitch. Good thoughts all around. I was an early adopter of FT8, etc. and along the way have taken advantage of the many other WSJT-x modes available. It's a constant learning opportunity. It's very true that every new mode you try has some 'strings' that one must be aware of; typically usage norms and especially the frequency norms on constraints. Another new ham adventure is JS8Call. Some love it; some hate it. But there's no question it has a growing popularity among hams. An important consideration, for digital voice modes such as DMR, DSTAR, Fusion in particular, is tal
  4. Hey Ham Community, this is an automated post on behalf of our new member: BruceCrandall, On behalf of Ham Community, let's give BruceCrandall a warm welcome. BruceCrandall, we encourage you to browse around and get to know the Community's many sections. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask, as with all things HAM, we all love to give advice 😎 For everyone's information, BruceCrandall joined on the 09/01/20; this is their profile: View Member.
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