Welcome to the wonderful world of antenna launchers…airguns, slingshots, tennis balls, whatever,
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This may pique your curiosity:
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Radio Amateurs Asked to Keep 7.060 MHz Clear for Ecuador Earthquake Emergency Traffic.
More information here.
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Here is a YouTube site which might save the time spent searching for free ham software. The author presents several icons in a Windows screen, then opens the icons – one at a time – and comments on the icon’s program.
Based upon personal experience, Kenwood voice synthesizers are well designed and easy to use. They offer a unique and useful combination of (1) frequency announcements on demand, (2) automatic frequency reports after changes in VFO, band, and/or channel, (3) instant, audible assistance with menu navigation, and (4) announcements by the VGS-1 of the function keys and options.
Further details are here.
Also, other brands’ have similar, modern, synthesizers. They are discussed here.
There is an upcoming General Class being offered by FLARC, details here.