Final video released in the ‘Useful practical skills’ series

| March 12, 2021

The sixth and final video in our ‘Useful practical skills for new licensees’ series focuses on CAT (computer-aided transceiver) control which allows your computer to control your radio – for example by changing the frequency. It can also link in with your logging software.

Rob, M0VFC teaches Dave, M7WUT how to create a CAT interface.

You can see this and the earlier videos on the RSGB website.

We’re providing these video resources to link with British Science Week and as part of our ‘Get on the air to care’ campaign with the NHS – supporting wellbeing amongst the radio amateur community during the ongoing restrictions when radio amateurs can’t meet up.

The videos will also add to our existing Beyond Exams suite of resources that help radio amateurs discover the diversity of amateur radio.

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