New ARRL Radio Laboratory (W1HQ)

An impressive, well-presented video tour of the new ARRL Radio Lab in Newington, CT, by Jherica Goodgame (KI5HTA).

The tour focuses on new lab equipment, update computers, and new HF/VHF/UHF antenna installations...a real visual treat.

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Here are some comments from Jherica (KI5HTA):

Introducing the brand new ARRL Radio Laboratory, W1HQ! Join Jherica Goodgame, KI5HTA, as she walks you through everything there is to know about this newest edition to ARRL Headquarters. The ARRL Radio Lab is an innovative test space designed to reshape the way we imagine and build a ham radio shack. From a decluttered workspace and a digital user interface to being able to remote in to the station from anywhere, W1HQ is a step towards the future of amateur radio. Produced by Alex Norstrom, KC1RMO Antennas being used for W1HQ: JK Antennas XR5-JK, Multiband Yagi for 10, 12, 15, 17 & 20 meters Cushcraft A50-5S, 6-meter Yagi Verticals: Guy wires: Phillystran 2 meters, 70 centimeters, 23 centimeters Rotator: M2 Antenna Systems OR2800 Series Azimuth Rotator Tower: Rohn 55G Series Guyed Tower, 40-feet Equipment being used inside of W1HQ: Elecraft K4 Transceiver FlexRadio Flex-6400 Signature Series SDR Transceiver FlexRadio Power Genius XL amplifier Icom IC-9100 HF/VHF/UHF Transceiver Green Heron Engineering LLC Rotator Controller, RT-21 Green Heron Engineering LLC Rotator Controller Az/El, RT-21azel Raspberry Pi 400 Personal Computer Kit Special Links: Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): License code: 6EXUGC2IOYFBTZVQ Produced by ARRL The National Association for Amateur Radio® Copyright © 2022 ARRL, Inc.

Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).



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