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This time on the show we continue coverage of Toorcamp 2012 - the American Hacker Camp. This time Darren speaks with Rob Eby about packet radio as an extension of the Internet. Plus, what could be better than flexible individually addressable RGB LED strips? %1 controlled by Arduino! All that and more this time on Hak5!

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This time on the show we continue coverage of Toorcamp 2012 - the American Hacker Camp. This time Darren speaks with Rob Eby about packet radio as an extension of the Internet. Plus, what could be better than flexible individually addressable RGB LED strips? %1 controlled by Arduino! All that and more this time on Hak5!

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  • Jason 2 years ago

    Wow, great show. Guide to Emergency Survival Communications by Dave Ingram Covers all kinds of radio information included FRS and GMRs radio. Linux in the Ham Shack is a audio podcast that covers all the Linux Ham goodness. I have just recently gotten back into Ham Radio and If I was going to buy a new radio and tnc I would get a Wouxun and an Xtnc. I have trusted my Techolust since the beginning keep up the good shows. Please dont let the Evil Server get hooked up to packet for world domination. Thank you for all the Great shows.
    Jason

  • Ham radio interview.. has made “Larrys List” in Kansas / Mo / Oklahoma and central USA.. viewed daily by over 1000 hams!
    Congratulations and thank you! for a very well produced interview and introduction to how the tech world and Ham radio collide!

  • Thanks for the great interview and giving Ham radio coverage. Many geeks consider hams the first hackers and moders. Agree with N0CRD, great introduction of how the tech and ham radio worlds collide. Been trusting my Technolust for over a year now, thanks guys!

  • arandomviewer 2 years ago

    Wow, you guys framed that tissue box in the background perfectly.

  • Don, KB2YSI 2 years ago

    If you want to get information on getting your ham license here are a few sites that should help:
    Get the question pools here: http://www.ncvec.org/
    find classes & exams in your area: http://www.arrl.org/licensing-education-training
    one of the best known learning material: http://www.gordonwestradioschool.com/

    The best option of the beginner is to get in touch with a ‘local’ club. Do not worry about needing to drive to the next town/city over to find a club, in ham radio local can be a hundred miles due to the use of repeaters (you will learn about this in your technician class material)[also depends on band & geography].