• [QSO Today] WB9KMO

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    Episode 391 - Rod Fritz - WB9KMORod Fritz, WB9KMO, is a fixer and builder,
    who is a pioneer in amateur television, amateur television repeaters in the
    UHF and microwave bands, and now the Amateur Television Network, a
    combination of amateur analog and digital television, over RF links and the Internet. This network allows amateurs to share video, over amateur radio, Worldwide. Rod, WB9KMO, discusses the details of this history in this
    episode of QSO Today.
    Show NotesSponsor TranscriptListen to PodcastOur Listener SponsorsThis list
    is the total amounts contributed as sponsorships and/or donations since
    Episode 1 in July 2014. Only those who agreed to be publicly recognized
    are on the list below.Hometown: Waupun, WI

    First License: 1971, Age 20 WN9KMO, Novice

    QTH: Mesa, Arizona

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