Ham Radio News: Electronic Information Technology and Electronic Publication

The author uses this installment of his regular column to discuss the effect electronic information technology and electronic publication were having on the ham radio community.



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The use of electronic information technology, such as computer bulletin boards, enabled New Directions Radio to post schedules and announcements about upcoming events.
PHOTO: COPTHORNE MACDONALD
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Copthorne Macdonald is the inventor of slow-scan television, a method of amateur radio transmission that allows ham operators to both hear and see each other during shortwave broadcasts.
MADALEINE MACDONALD











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