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Ham Radio on the VHF and above bands can be fun, but sometimes terrain and other factors can get in the way. Luckily I have access and have setup a remote site where I can operate from which serves as an asset to the amateur community in studying VHF and above propagation.
It's cold, it can be in complete darkness and weather conditions make it almost impossible to operate from. So how did Paul VK0PD / VK2PAD manage to successfully operate an amateur radio station from Casey Station in Antarctica? Paul shares his photos, experiences and life living and working down one of the most remote places on earth.
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.