23JUN 2017
Amateur Radio software

Amateur Radio software

CW Teacher 1.0 (System Requirements - MS Windows XP(SP3) through Windows 10.) Download CW Teacher Now! CW Teacher Features: Whether you want to learn Morse code from scratch, never having heard a dit in your life, or you just want to speed up your copy for CW contesting, CW Teacher will help! I like…

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20JUN 2017
Ham Radio 2 meter antenna

Ham Radio 2 meter antenna

Tune Around! SEARCH CHEAP AND EASY TO BUILD 2 METER ANTENNAS Are you interested in ultra low cost 2 meter antennas that are easy to build using cheap parts; that require no tedious matching and adjusting; that are almost invisible; that are portable, compact, quickly assembled; and that can be converted…

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17JUN 2017
Fractal antenna Ham Radio

Fractal antenna Ham Radio

Early Academic Work—Tour of the Charles then High Above Cayuga’s Waters Nathan Cohen, 58, is a physicist, radio astronomer, and innovator/inventor, with a broad scope of knowledge proven and applied across many fields. This foundation has provided the perfect opportunity to gain insight into the application…

Packers And Movers is a prominent name in the packing and moving industry. Since the time of its inception,

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14JUN 2017
Ham Radio on YouTube

Ham Radio on YouTube

West Palm Beach Amateur Radio Group Helping Hams and the Community Since the 1930 s Dayton Hamvention International 2013 Club of the Year Ham Radio Audio Podcasts These can be found at the links below and many of them are also available on iTunes. Ham Radio Video Podcasts These can be found at the links below and many of them are also available on iTunes. Ham Radio YouTube…

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11JUN 2017
Ham Radio VHF frequencies

Ham Radio VHF frequencies

(Note that increasing height will mean the adding of additional losses involved with adding longer coax so the numbers below will not be exact in real life.)Examples: Antenna height is above ground (flat terrain). Using station A and station B 1. Antenna height for each station: 6 feet. Line of sight to horizon for each station s line of sight = 3 miles Both stations…

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08JUN 2017
Japanese Amateur Radio

Japanese Amateur Radio

Up to now, the Japanese big boys such as Icom, Kenwood and Yaesu have pretty well dominated the amateur radio market, but the Chinese are on the march. Only last month I bought a 30W pep all mode rig for 10m: this was made in China. See also yesterday s post about 40m Pixie kits at ridiculously low prices. Be in no doubt: within a few years we will see the amateur radio market…

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05JUN 2017
Amateur Radio Digital Communications

Amateur Radio Digital Communications

Yaesu thinks the future of ham radio is digital, and of course, that amateurs should adopt its digital mode (C4FM) over Icom’s (D-STAR). At least that’s what they say in their latest publication. This publication claims several advantages for digital communications techniques, including: reduced bandwidth, digital data transfer, better performance, immunity to interference…

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02JUN 2017
Ham Radio Sound Card Software

Ham Radio Sound Card Software

A RIGblaster is the easiest way to properly connect your radio to a computer so that you may operate using over 100 existing and future ham radio sound card software programs. You will be able to operate any sound-card based digital mode that your radio could not otherwise operate. Only need rig control? View our RIGtalk models. West Mountain Radio offers multiple feature rich…

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30MAY 2017
Ham Radio license Manual download

Ham Radio license Manual download

Discover all the excitement of Amateur Radio when you get your Technician license - your ticket to the unique mix of fun, public service, technology and experimenting with electronics. The ARRL Ham Radio License Manual and will guide you as you get started in Amateur Radio, helping you select your equipment, set up your first station and make your first (of many!) contacts…

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27MAY 2017
Ham Radio antenna theory

Ham Radio antenna theory

I was assembling a HY/GAIN, TH6DXX, a 10 - 15 and 20 meter beam the other day and thought there might be some interest in the function of the traps. I have also included some practical information on how to build traps for a multi-band, 10-15-20 meter antenna. RESONATE PARALLEL NETWORKS REVIEWED: When a certain amount of capacitance is connected in parallel with a certain amount…

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