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Articles View More Articles!
Pedestrian Mobile Whip
Pedestrian Mobile Whip W0RW gets a Clansman 2.5 Meter Whip Antenna for PRC319, PRC320 Man-Pack radios on the air.
Digital Modes Activities & Granularity
Who else has had improved DX contacts with the new modes?
Mobile Grounds
An "eHam Classic" by K0BG
The Very Simplest Homemade Hi Q Loop!
WB2JNA shows you how to make this limited space stealth antenna
FT8 Burnout? Cure Available Now
Things a little crowded? Looking for a change? Give Olivia a try!
Operating Portable QRO
Just because you're out in the field doesn't limit you to low power...
How to Overcome Some Condo Issues
Stuck with restrictions and limited space? Have no fear!
My Oscilloscope Affair: A Love Story
W8LV's tale of love and loss
To Amp or Not to Amp
To Amp or Not to Amp That is the question...which N4KC sets out to answer.
OCF Dipoles Fed with Ladder-Line
W5DXP shares the results of his experiments
 
Product Reviews View More Reviews!
Comet CH-32 \"Miracle Baby\" - Great for its size
Arrow OSJ Model J146/440 - long use, no wear, great value
Ham Radio Deluxe - They don't honor the license Agreement
Ham Radio Deluxe - Look no further... This is it.
Yaesu FT-817ND - My 3rd
 
Classifieds View More Classifieds!
Feb 18  MFJ-998 Intelituner KI6WJ
Feb 18  Palstar AT1KP K5HDU
Feb 18  Bencher BY-2 Chrome Key W4LA
Feb 18  Yaesu FRB-1 Relay Box W4LA
Feb 18  FS: COPY OF ICOM IC-T7 OWNERS MANUAL WA3BOJ
 
News View More Ham News!
DMR Talkgroup for Universities:
WIA Moves Towards 24/7 Ticketing System:
ILLW 100 Entry is YL Team from Portugal:
New Policy for WIA QSL Bureau Operations:
WF Amateur Radio Society Looks to Add Millennials:
The American Legion's 99th Birthday to be Celebrated:
Propagation Forecast Bulletin #07 de K7RA:
Bellefonte Area Middle School Students Work On Out-Of-This-World Project:
Ham Fest:
Wi-Fi-connected 3D-Printed Objects Communicate Without Electronics:
DX News -- ARRL DX Bulletin #08:
Just Ahead In Radiosport:
'Awesome' Activity for The 2018 ARRL International Grid Chase:
ARRL Announces Mobile DXCC Operating Award:
3Y0I Bouvet Island DXpedition Revived:
The Doctor Will See You Now!
ARRL Receives Byrd Antarctic Expedition Morse Key, Historical Materials:
Z60A Operation Has Moved Kosovo Down The Most-Wanted List a Few Notches:
Radio Amateur Named as Next President of Harvard University:
Sisterhood of Amateur Radio Supports Girl Scouts In Radio Wireless Patch:
Nominations Now Open for CQ Amateur Radio, Contest, and DX Halls of Fame:
In Brief...
Solar Storm on Track for Earth After Solar Flares Erupt on Sun, NASA Warns:
Ham Talk Live #102 -- Recognizing Youth:
Storm Spotters Brave Elements to Get a First Look at Severe Weather:
Skywarn Recognition Day:
Tumbling Spacesuit Another Bizarre Object In Space:
Let's Call CQ -- QSO Today Episode 184:
Kettering University Student Brings Ham Radio Hobby, Expertise to Campus:
CRA's Hamfest Slated for March 10:
Red Cross and Amateur Radio Renew Alliance:
Orlando HamCation: Ham Radios Offered Lifeline to Puerto Rico After Maria:
Amateur Radio Roundtable Tuesday Nights:
KA1FZQ, 29th President of Harvard:
World Radio Day 2018: Tune In to the Good Old Days:
The Sun Goes Spotless:
North Korea's Eerie Coded Messages Return to Airwaves Ahead of Olympics:
Amateurlogic Episode114 is Released:
Wireless Power -- Zenneck Surface Wave:
Hawaii's Communication Breakdown and How Going Ham Could Save Us:
Passion of Amateur Radio:
Ham Club to Explore Echolink:
The Luxembourg Effect:
 
Calendar View More Calendar Events!
First 5 Upcoming Events  Location Start Date
Battleship Iowa Turns 75 on February 22, 2018 San Pedro, CA 02/22/18
CQ 160-Meter Contest, SSB 02/23/18
WASHFest South Park, PA 02/25/18
ARRL DX Contest, SSB 03/03/18
VE Test Session, Rockingham, NC 03/03/18
 
Survey View Results & Other Surveys!
As, a licensed Amateur Radio Operator just how active are you ??
[135 votes since 2018-02-16]
  Operate every day
  Operate just for the Net check-in
  Pretty much a Weekend operator
  Every few weeks!
  Mobile operation only
  Only when the "Radio Bug" bites
  When is the next Contest?
 
Spots View More DX Spots!
Time Frequency     Callsign Comment
2237 7295.0     WA5LOU CQ AM CQ
2237 7029.6     NN7CW ARRL International DX
2236 14065.7     K2VV
2236 7039.5     PJ2T
2236 3530.0     9A8M
2236 21058.0     CO6HLP
2236 7097.5     CE5SEQ
2236 7056.0     EA5KV
2236 14050.0     V47T TU -
2236 7027.7     AD4ES ARRL International DX
 
 
Spotlight NW7US
NW7US NW7US (now in southwest Montana) has been sampling the signals on the PSK-31 sub-bands on 40, 30, and 20 meters. There is plenty of DX to be had. Tomas has captured, and at times contacted with success European, Asian, Pacific, Central and South American, and plenty of North American stations with PSK-31. All this during the sunspot cycle minimum. Who said that HF is dead? Based on the success in contacting stations such as those in Belgium and Portugal this past week, Tomas suggests that more amateur radio operators ought to join in on the fun. PSK-31 and other digital modes work during this season of DX.

 
Strays Add a Stray!
Investment inside (shack) is dead investment without Investing outside(antenna system).VU2DCI
RADIOPATEL
 
Forums View All Forums
Recent topics in Software Defined Radio Forum:
  • Sony to withdraw from SW radio market
  • IC-R8600 Sherwood Test
  • Connection a monitor to a 7300. Help
  • MOVED: 73 Magazine Vertical Sloper. Anyone remember this project?
  • Simple monitoring with an SDR
  • IC-7610 Direct Stream from DVI & Feature Demo
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    Ham Radio Links View More Links!
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    Maidenhead Grid Square Locator and Calculator 3.5
    OZ5E & OZ1ADL--The Ham Band 3.1
    Antennas by W8JI 4.0
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    Signal-One Radio Museum 2.8

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    Friends Remembered View More
    Mitchell Wright (KC0CWU)
    Arnold Whitlow (NM8K)
    Derick Ovenall (N3EGR)
    George Tew (NC5Y)
    Lyle Kaufman (K1DMU)
     
    Shack Showcase WA9YHX Ham Shack & Monitoring Post
    WA9YHX Ham Shack & Monitoring Post This pic is from 2003, so actually there are about 25% more radios as of this date (05-01-05). I enjoy 10 meters, 2 meters, 220 Mhz, & 440 Mhz QSO's. I also monitor local police, fire, EMS, and other emergency comms.

     
    Propagation More info

    Issued 2018 Feb 18 2105 UTC
    Flux: 70 A-Index 16 K-Index 2
    Actv:No space wx storms observed.
    Fcst: