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100 Watts and a Wire

By Christian Cudnik

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Launched on June 22, 2015, the show features topical conversation and interviews, news and an entertaining look at one mans journey of discovery through this important pubic service and hobby. Subscribe to the podcast by visiting Click the RSS feed and join Christian, K0STH at the intersection of life and amateur radio.

Customer Reviews


I've been searching for this podcast for quite some time. Thank you for devoting you precious time to the community.
Robin KE0EAO.
PS I hope I can get WY7YL on wednesday night. Unfortunatly I could not hear N0STH? on 20 last night but did hear others farther out. MO stations are difficult for my Iowa QTH.

Good stuff!

Interesting, informative, not the usual boring old ham guy stuff. Thanks hope ya stick around for awhile. - Pat KC2BKM

I really wanted to like it...

I really wanted to like this podcast, already being both a huge ham radio nerd and a podcast junkie due to my hour long commute (each way). I just can't get into this podcast though, having given several episodes a try. Things I dislike:

The host talks way, way too slow. I mean slower than those stereotypical guys in the south.

The host treats this like a talk radio format or maybe even a morning drive time DJ slot. Lots of boring banter about things I don't care about. There were three minutes of him complaining about mowing the lawn at the start of the latest episode for crying out loud. Instead of starting with a bang that draws you in, I'm immediately turned off. Then he goes on to talk about the noise in the next room over from his wife. I didn't really think the noise was audible, but I wasn't interested in hearing him talk about it, and a professional would have just re-recorded when it was noise free.

It's like listening to your grandpa drawl on before finally getting to anything interesting. It's almost all in the outdated Rush Limbaugh format. I don't know how anyone over 40 can get into this show. It's just not what I'm looking for.

The info, when finally presented is usually just someone's opinion and not a definitive source, and often just skims the surface of the topic (at least in the handful of episodes I've heard). It's better to just google the topic you're interested in and get the info.

Props to the host for at least trying to do a regular ham radio show, but the format, host, and info presented has all been a turn off to me.

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