Name: [15922] jharvey
Member: 87 months
Authored: 9 videos
Description: I'm an Engineer who has found showmedo's tutorials very Handy. I've self learned several programs, and I look forward to showmedoing some of them to help make it easier for others to learn. ...

HamCAP [ID:729]

a series of video-tutorials by jharvey

HamCAP amateur radio HF propagation prediction and analysis tutorial.

Video Tutorials

1. HamCAP overview

HamCAP is for amateur radio (HAM Radio) HF propagation predictions and analysis. It can be used to predict where radio signals might propagate to. HamCAP is a free (as in beer) program.

2. HamCAP settings

This tutorial shows some of the basic setting for HamCAP. HamCAP is a free (as in beer) program that predicts RF propagation. HamCAP is a free (as in beer) program.

3. HamCAP settings

This tutorial shows a more detailed description of what HamCAP can do for you.

4. HamCAP overview (with CW skimmer intro)

This was the original overview video I made. It started by noting CW skimmer, which in hind sight, seems a bit out of place, so I removed that part of the video and reposted it in a with a different name.

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