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A creators job is tough, even more so when you're creating videos that are a niche within a niche. Ham Radio is hobby that deserves to be promote more widely. YouTube, please promote amateur radio to the masses.
An interesting article in the media claims a woman's insulin pump is being "potentially" interfered with by an amateur radio operator down the street. Was this the culprit, or could it be something more? Let me know your thoughts in the video comments.
Did you know the International Space Station (ISS) periodically sends SSTV (slow scan television) images over the air? You can decode them too using an RTL SDR software defined radio dongle which is around $30-$50. A simple antenna is all that is needed. RTL SDR:
Find out when the Space Station is sending SSTV pictures here:
Extended Single Side Band (eSSB) is any J3E SSB transmission that exceeds the audio bandwidth of standard or traditional 2.9kHz SSB J3E modes (ITU 2K90J3E), using increased bandwidth to support relative high fidelity, full range clean and articulate vocal audio.
At the next AREG meeting, Ivan VK5RS will introduce you to this interesting world of experimentation and will show why people are interested in eSSB and what is possible on the amateur radio bands. This should be fascinating indeed!
Amateur Radio Experimenters Group: https://www.areg.org.au/