This amateur radio video discusses how and when to identify your station with your callsign. Several scenarios, such as calling CQ, answering CQs, handovers during the middle of QSOs, and ending a contact, are addressed. Thank you for watching my videos! My channel, “Ham Radio Answers,” is here to help you become an active, on-the-air amateur radio operator! I am unique in that I provide the only set of YouTube videos that accompany the ARRL license manuals, section for section. I try hard to answer every question individually if I can.
Credits: Music (Sour Tenessee Red) and barking dog sound effect courtesy YouTube Audio Library: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
I’m often asked what equipment I use to create the videos. The devices are the Panasonic HDC-TMT90 video camera, Tascam DR-05 audio recorder, Audio-Technica ATR-3350 lapel microphone, and Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W560 digital camera. Software used: CyberLink PowerDirector 13 on a Toshiba S55-A5294, also using Smoothdraw 18.104.22.168, FastStone Image Viewer 5.3, FastStone Capture 8.0, Audacity 2.1.1., and LibreOffice 22.214.171.124. You can see how my studio is set up by viewing https://youtu.be/wFSQ8vtNA5A.
To learn more about me, visit: http://www.dcasler.com/about/
Tip jar (on my website): http://www.dcasler.com/tip-jar/ (describes both how to use the YouTube method and provides a method to use your credit card via PayPal)
To pose an Ask Dave question: http://www.dcasler.com/ask-dave/ or http://www.ke0og.net/ask-dave/
To order the Technician videos on DVD: http://dcasler.com/how-to-buy-technician-videos-on-dvd/
My primary website: http://www.dcasler.com
The ham radio part of my website (direct link): http://www.ke0og.net
My publishing website: http://www.mtsneffelspress.com, where you can find my fantasy and science fiction books, as well as some local history books I publish for the Ridgway Railroad Museum and the Ouray County Historical Society
My Amazon author page, which lists my print and Kindle books: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00471I0Q4