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The End of Ham Radio?
Has your noise floor been increasing?
Two-up Dipole Tuning Technique
How to correct for the difference between theory and reality
40 Meter Reversible 'String Beam' Antenna
An "eHam Classic" by N4JTE
An Open Letter to the 'Ham' in Thursday Night's Pile-Up
N4KC shares his frustrations on poor operating behavior.
CTCSS for Dummys
KV4BL breaks down the Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System.
Do You Ever Just Listen?
What have you heard over the airwaves over the years?
Noise Battle
Have you had your own war on RFI?
Shortened, 2 Element Beam vs Full Size Dipole
N2UJN shares his comparisons
Hard of Hearing Hammin'
Don't let a hearing loss be the end of your radio operating!
Experience Counts
Nothing can replace years of operating, except maybe a toothpick...
Product Reviews View More Reviews!
mRS miniVNA 0.1-180Mhz - mIniVNA repaired
Tajfun 1000 - Super great
OM Power OM2000+ - Proud to own.
Vizkey Camel Back Straight Key - Outstanding Straight key.
BaoFeng/Pofung GT-3 - 0$ HT after firmware trouble
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Feb 9  Netgear R6300 AC 1750 Router KB0DN
Feb 9  USB 3.0 2.5" HD Enclosure KB0DN
Feb 9  Elecraft KX3 with Accessories W4IEN
Feb 9  Swagged steel antenna support poles W3NRJ
Feb 9  Tokyo Hy-Power HC-200AT N8FZ
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WIA: Overseas Qualified Radio Amateurs:
Morro Bay Radio Enthusiast Turns 107:
Heard Island DXpedition:
An update on the WIA Inward QSL Operation:
It's Getting Hammy in Here:
Chinese Taipei Amateur Radio League: Emergency Frequencies in Use List:
Casa Grande Ruins on the Air with Amateur Radio:
Operation Seismos Brings National Guard to Iron County for Earthquake Drill
Propagation Forecast Bulletin #6 de K7RA:
How to Use a Spectrum Analyzer:
Brentwood Radio Ham is Still Taking to the Airwaves at Age of 100:
Ham Radio Expo at Adoor:
New Study Tries to Explain Sun's Magnetic Mystery:
Where to Go During a Communications Shutdown:
HOA Trade Group Fights Bill that Would Ease Ham Radio Restriction:
DX News -- ARRL DX Bulletin #5:
Just Ahead In Radiosport:
ARRL Announces Partnership with RFinder - The Worldwide Repeater Directory:
US House Cosponsor List for Amateur Radio Parity Act Grows:
Join the Fun at the 2016 ARRL National Convention In Orlando!
ARRL Board Adopts New Strategic Plan:
ARRL 2016 Field Day Packet Now Available, Bonus Point Categories Announced:
National Parks On the Air Update:
Satellite Package Carrying Amateur Radio Payloads Released Into Orbit:
Students in Nepal Enjoy that Country's First Ham Contact with the ISS:
ARES Volunteers Distribute Water in OH Community with Lead-Tainted Water:
ARRL Vice Director, Honorary Vice President Evelyn Gauzens, W4WYR (SK):
Matt Holden, K0BBC, Tapped as ARRL Dakota Division Vice Director:
Hamvention Awards Nomination Deadline:
American Legion Birthday to be Celebrated March 12, on Shortwave Radio:
Ham Operators to Network International Fleet Review:
Students to Take Giant Leap When 'Radio Science Day' Culminates in the Fall
All Saints Students Prepare to Contact International Space Station:
Want to Connect with People All Over the World? Try Using a Ham Radio:
Emergency Two-Way Radio Equipment to be Installed at Hospital:
Odenton/Gambrills: Relocated Hamfest Draws Big Crowd:
Hams to Take Over Davey Dogwood Park:
City Ham Radio Operator to Coordinate Global Meet in Vizag:
Gerald Youngblood, Founder of FlexRadio to be on Amateur Radio Roundtable:
Video on History of Morse Keys:
Annual Hamfest for Amateur Radio Operators Held in Jackson:
Morse Code: A Staple in the Navy IW Toolkit:
Amateur Radio (AUS) Foundation:
It Takes Civilians to Make LA's Emergency Preparedness Work:
2016 Capital City Hamfest:
Tech Review Roundup: Software Defined Radios:
Vintage Radio: The Contributions of 'Amateurs' -- Giving Radio a Voice:
Wagner Named Emergency Coordinator of the Year:
NASA Captures Incredible Solar Activity on Our Sun in Stunning Detail:
Homemade App Uses Morse Code to Send Messages On Apple Watch:
In the K5P Log!
Calendar View More Calendar Events!
First 5 Upcoming Events  Location Start Date
145th Anniversary, Fort Point, San Francisco Healdsburg, CA 02/10/16
Orlando Hamcation Orlando, FL 02/12/16
Daytona Beach VE Testing Daytona Beach, FL 02/15/16
Yuma Hamfest Yuma, AZ 02/19/16
Livonia Amateur Radio Club Swap-N-Shop Livonia, MI 02/21/16
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Spots View More DX Spots!
Time Frequency     Callsign Comment
0039 28470.0     KD6UBX TNX CALL FB SIG 3
0039 7144.0     HH2/VA3MPG my call py2vi
0039 14310.0     VK7TW/3 WWFF VKFF-0213 - VK3/VW-020
0038 14015.0     7P8C Bunch of idiots on freq
0038 14026.8     PP7LL
0038 21289.0     AC4WD No copy here DU land try LP
0037 28120.0     LU5UCA BPSK31
0037 7144.0     HH2/VA3MPG
0036 14263.0     W5AC school club roundup Texas
0036 1830.0     PJ7TM Difficult QRG for US-BCI
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    KC8RAJ ello, I've been a ham since 2001 and before that I always listened to shortwave and scanners. My favorite bands are 160,80/75 and 2 meters. My setup as of now is an Icom 718 for HF and an Icom 2000 and Icom 2100 for 2 meters. I use a 5/8 wave groundplane for 2 meters and a G5RV for HF receive. I should be on the hf bands in a month or two as I'm currently working on the code. 73's from KC8RAJ

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