80348429_26558eae0b_bWell folks here is is the product of out labors. I hope you feel it was worth waiting for. I would to love to hear your input on this episode. Go forth and spread the good news that Resonant Frequency: The amateur radio podcast is back and we look forward to many more episodes with our listeners. The friends of Resonant Frequency.

 

 

 

 

 

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