Time flies when you are having Ham Radio fun. I did not anticipate the growth of KA3DRR Low-Power, Low-Profile RadioSport at 45-watts just 1-year ago, today. The blog itself is now part of my RadioSport lifestyle and I have met many tireless operators since February of last year. The experience is difficult to capture with words but an adjective suffices, stellar.
I'm deeply aware that RadioSport faces many challenges going into the future. My blogging goal is to put a human face on the technology that augments our beloved sport. Certainly, through the year, I have faced a few challenges but I cannot say, the station is complete. In fact, it is all just beginning and I'm looking forward to experimenting, learning, and improving my operating skills as time passes.
Another blogging goal is to share my personal experience with you.
A KA3DRR Thank You.
- Bill, N6ZFO.
- Jeff, KE9V.
- John, W6ZIP.
- Jamie, NS3T.
- Scott, K9JY.
- Christian, DL6KAC.
- Keith, W4KAZ.
- Scott, W4PA.
- Scott, NE1RD.
- Rick, NQ4I.
- Doug, KY4F.
- Jim, N3BB.
- Tim, K3LR.
- Mike, K5NZ.
- The Northern California Contest Club (NCCC).
- KA9EEU, my Grandfather who is SK but still working the Morse code.
Your encouragement and support means a lot and it is the fuel that moves KA3DRR in the RadioSport blogosphere. I want to also thank everyone who provided inbound links as well. And, a big RIGHT ON to those 25 through 22 really simple syndication (RSS) subscribers who stepped off the list services.
Support your Ham Radio blogger and RSS for the future!
Accomplishments Thus Far and More To Follow.
- 25 hits in last last 4-hours according to Feedburner.
- 29 average daily visitors (82.8%) are new.
- Top Three American Cities as of the last 30-days are Cary, Portland, and Washington.
- Top International Cities as of the last 30-days are Beograd, Bucharest, and Bucuresti.
- Top Three Page Views are KA3DRR's Center Fed Inverted-L Doublet, QSL Template, and Jamie Dupree, NS3T.
- Top Three Referring Domains are W4KAZ, HAMigg, and K3OQ.
- Top Two Outbound Links are Live Amateur Radio Scores and NS3T's radio-sport dot net.
There is much more as the capacitors are heating up in RadioSport. I'm looking forward to delivering quality content on a timely basis to each of you. Thanks again for supporting KA3DRR Low-Power, Low-Profile RadioSport at 45-Watts.
A new signal was spotted in the Ham Radio blogosphere--Ed, N4EMG's CQ from North Carolina.