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Internet ham QSO website?

A ham I know who is antenna-challenged logs onto an Internet site where he has QSOs with other licensed hams worldwide via his computer's microphone and speakers. He says "it's just like being on HF",...
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What are the maximum possible speeds of download over Amateur Radio frequencies?

In this scenario, I would have a base station connected to a modem that essentially allows me to access the internet/local network via radio, irately I am not fully aware of what information I need to ...
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What is Hinternet, in simple terms?

I've been reading about HInternet a bit, and all explanations I find are detailed technical explanations. I have no idea who pays for internet connectivity, where the internet sources from, etc. ...
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Can cellular radio be used for communication with a balloon?

(Sorry, I don't know if this is the right forum for this question, but maybe someone will know the answer. If not, which StackExchange forum could be more suitable?) Me and a few friends of mine are ...
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Can IMAP email be used for packet radio?

I just barely learned that IMAP is a protocol that allows you to read and respond to emails without using the internet. Would it be possible to use this application for packet radio and if so, how? I ...
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Remote SDR on the internet other than WebSDR?

Besides WebSDR, what remote Software-Defined-Radio stations (for shortwave or amateur bands) might be available for open public access over the internet? What protocols do these SDR stations use to ...
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Is calling the Palmer Station (Antarctica) via IRLP without prior arrangements acceptable practice?

Until I can get an HF rig, I've been using my HT through a local repeater IRLP node. I've successfully made a few contacts doing that, but I recently noticed that Palmer Station in Antartica has an ...
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VOIP link to repeater- simplex or duplex?

I have obtained permission by the Rocky Mountain Radio League to link my AllStar linking system node to their repeater via RF or on the input frequency. Since they have such a long tail, they will ...
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How would operating a ham radio affect other wireless devices in my house?

I am interested in getting into ham radio however one of my concerns is could a ham radio affect current wireless communications in my house. I am particularly concerned when it comes to WiFi signals. ...
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Which HF transceivers feature a built-in Ethernet port for remote operation? [closed]

I would like to compile a list of HF transceivers that feature an Ethernet port (RJ45) for remote internet operation. It would also be interesting to add the supported operating system(s) for remote ...
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Where on the web can I find a calendar of upcoming contests?

For years, I have been using SM3CER Contest Service for HF contests. It is always good to have a backup, so I am looking for more or better. What do you recommend?
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Is there a way to listen to live HF communications using the internet?

I'd like to be able to show people what a QSO sounds like without having my transceiver available. Is there a way I can listen to amateurs talking in real-time (or using Morse code) on the HF bands ...