Since I started handling traffic about 2 months ago, I was faced with a problem that was really troubling me: having a pile of hard-copies radiograms that I received, originated and/or relayed over the air with no practical way to organize them.
I always wanted an easy way to search among my radiograms for messages that I received, message I sent, or messages that I am yet to relay over the air.
Being that I am also a software developer beside being a ham operator, I developed this tool that I would like to share with all the traffic handlers: “Radiogram by N2SHO”, or simply: http://radiogram.n2sho.com
Today, I had my 3rd element exam and I passed it.
This means that I now have general class license privileges. Even thought I am still waiting for the FCC to update their ULS website to show my new privileges, I can now operate on HF bands.
I have just finished setting up my Echolink node; I am now officially N2SHO-L (node: 794006)
The following is taken from Echolink website:
EchoLink is a computer-based Amateur Radio system distributed free of charge that allows radio amateurs to communicate with other amateur radio operators using Voice over IP (VoIP) technology on the Internet for at least part of the path between them. It was designed by Jonathan Taylor, a radio amateur with call sign K1RFD.