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LHS Episode #233: Thunderbirds

Hello! Welcome to the latest installment of Linux in the Ham Shack, Episode 233. In this episode, the hosts discuss the World Radio Sport Team Challenge, making a difference through the ARRL, the Reverse Beacon Network, FT-8, two new Linux Mint releases, SUSE and OpenSUSE. There's also a return to the good ol' days of GitHub diving. Thanks as always for listening.

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LHS Episode #232: The Weekender XI

It's the weekend and here comes the Weekender! In the eleventh installment, the hosts discuss upcoming open source conferences, amateur radio special events and contests, wine, whiskey, food and song. It's a perfect recipe (see what we did there?) for a great time in the next fortnight. Thanks for listening!

73 de The LHS Crew

LHS Episode #231: Securitas ad Novissimum

Welcome to Episode 231 of the most terrific podcast on the Internet. In this edition, the hosts discuss the latest edition of FreeDV and its new mode, advancements with the uBitX, the latest kernel release, the GDPR and much more. Thank you for tuning in!

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LHS Episode #230: FlexRadio Deep Dive

Welcome to Episode 230 of Linux in the Ham Shack. We're freshly back from Hamvention 2018 and ready to roll. In this episode, we do a deep dive into the FlexRadio SDR platform. We have two interviews recorded live from Hamvention all about the Flex architecture, its Linux and Open Source roots and much more. We would like to thank Steve, AI4QR, and Steve, N5AC, for spending some time with us to let us all know about the future of software-defined radio servers.

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