MacHamRadio is back!
Hello, and welcome to Mac Ham Radio v4.0, the fourth iteration of the MacHamRadio.com website. We re-launched the website in October of 2016 after Dave, K3DCW, had to give it up over the summer due to time constraints. Ongoing support for the website was picked up by Steve, W1HS.
MacHamRadio.com is in it’s 13th year now, and we’re committed to continuing the path that Dave, Lee and Steve have taken with MacHamRadio over the years; providing a unique resource for Amateur Radio Operators who also happen be Apple enthusiasts. You can read about the long history of MacHamRadio.com here.
Due to the timing of the website transfer, we were unable to simply move the content from the old site to the new, but we have been able to recover all 230 articles from the site dating back to April of 2010 (web.archive.org is a wonderful thing). Comments on posts have not been recovered, and some pictures were also unable to be recovered.
If you were previously subscribed to receive email when new content is posted to the MacHamRadio.com website, you’ll have to subscribe again.
The twitter account, @MacHamRadio will start pushing our new content as it is published shortly, and we’re in the process of recovering the Facebook page.
We have started publishing new content, and will continue to do so regularly. We’re looking for your input on how we can improve the site, and are seeking suggestions on what new features you would like to see added to the site. We’re also looking for people who would like to contribute to the site, write product reviews, help supply new information, and have their stations featured on the website.
October 23, 2016 @ 2:22 pm