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Triton IV and the Hi-Per-Filter
Experiment with "upgrades" -- you will have fun and bring new life to an old rig.
Is This In Your House?
Having unexplained RF Interference? W8JN may have found the culprit!
Using Yagis Backwards
VE7IG shows you how to get five bands with 2 four-element mono-band antennas
JT65-HF -- an 'Odd' but Fun Digital Mode
An "eHam Classic" by N0RQ
TS-940 ALC Mod Revised
A correction of a popular modification that can make your rig even better!
Possible Cure for Relay Contact Cancer?
Has N7UTB found an electrical wonder-drug?
The 'Wadetenna' for HF Pedestrian Mobile
How to take your rig for a walk
Where is Your Microphone?
Wanting to improve your audio? K4DPK offers some suggestions.
Ham Radio Supporting Field Medicine
K7RBW takes you on his trip to Honduras
How I Saved On My Tower
AB3CX breaks it down...
Product Reviews View More Reviews!
RADIOSPORT HEADSETS - Superb Fit, Finish and Feel
Great Lakes Antennas All-Banders - excellent!--works great
Tower and Antenna Service by KL7WV - tower work
The SignMan of Baton Rouge NV5A - Great service!
Diamond F22A - Rock SOlid
Classifieds View More Classifieds!
Dec 28  Bird 4273-100 Variable RF Sampler KK4WS
Dec 28  Bird 4362 Thruline Watt Meter KK4WS
Dec 28  Bird Slugs for Model 43 KK4WS
Dec 28  Bird Model 43 Thruline Wattmeter KK4WS
News View More Ham News!
Ball Drops at Midnight in Marion on New Year's Eve With Radio Club's Help:
Ham Radio Aficionados in Cleburne Ready for Disaster:
Youngsters On the Air News:
QSO Today - EP 22 - April Moell - WA6OPS:
Carleton Mabee, Biographer of Morse, Dies at 99:
Radio Enthusiasts 'Ham' It Up in Mill Creek's New Club:
More Than Two Dozen New Ham Radio Operators Become Licensed:
DX News -- ARRL DX Bulletin #51:
WB Govt to Use Ham Radio to Issue Warnings to Fishermen:
WW1USA Special Event Station to Be On the Air Dec. 27-28:
New WIA Repeater and Beacon Licence Recommendation Policy:
Special Operating Event for FOCUS Anniversary:
Musselburgh Engineer Champions Radio Club:
Active Sun Unleashes Massive Solar Flare:
QSO Today - EP 21 - Eric Manning - VA7DZ:
Twisp Police Chief Ready to Train Citizens for Emergency Response Team:
Propagation Forecast Bulletin #51 de K7RA:
Can You Hear Me Now?
See a Stunning Solar Flare Captured By NASA:
DX News -- ARRL DX Bulletin #50:
ARTSAT2: DESPATCH Satellite is Now FO-81:
New Element 3 (General Class) Question Pool Released:
Just Ahead In Radiosport:
'Amateur Radio Parity Act' Campaign Will Resume In New Congress:
ARRL's Last 'Red Badges On the Air Day' is December 31!
Boy Scouts Recognize ARRL Amateur Radio Service to Scouting Award:
Cross-Borders ARES Exercise Tests Northeast Communication Capabilities:
Pennsylvania and Iowa Will Host Final W1AW Centennial Operations:
ARRL RTTY Roundup is Always a Mid-Contest Season Favorite:
IARU President Addresses ITU Telecom World '14 In Qatar:
Preparations Under Way for January DXpedition to Iran:
Centenarian ARRL Member Says Congressional Gold Medal for CAP WAS Overdue:
Dayton Hamvention 2015 Award Nominations Due By January 16, 2015:
Contesting Hall Of Famer Carl D. Cook, AI6V/P49V, (SK):
Past Northern Florida Section Manager Royal V. Mackey, N4ADI, (SK):
A Century of Amateur Radio and the ARRL:
In Brief...
IARU Region 3 and APT Agreement:
Breakall Sends Students on a 'Fox Hunt' to Learn Ham Radio:
Ham Radio Towers Stolen In Effort:
Amateur Radio Operators to Converge In Claremore on March 13-14:
YL 33: The First Female Ham Radio Operators, and Their Awesome Legacy:
2015 FAR Scholarship Information:
AmateurLogic Ep 73 A Hamtastic Christmas Released:
Great Efforts by Philippine Hams:
IARU on Emergency Communications:
QSO Today- Ep 20 - Martin Huyett - K0BXB:
After-School Program Helps High School Students Learn About Ham Radio:
In the Late 1890s Marconi Helped Invent Wireless News:
Ham Radio Deluxe: Santa's Gift for You!
Manitoulin ARC Elects Officers and Directors at Annual General Meeting:
Ham Radio Operators Provide Line To Santa:
Engineer to Study Ham Radio Project -- Equipment Installation on Hold:
Calendar View More Calendar Events!
First 5 Upcoming Events  Location Start Date
200th Anniversary of the Treaty of Ghent Canada 01/01/15
FMARC Regional Hamfest - Fort Myers FL 01/16/15
FMARC Regional Hamfest - Fort Myers FL 01/16/15
Albuquerque Winter Tailgate Albuquerque, NM 01/31/15
HARA Swap and Shop Negaunee, MI 02/07/15
Survey View Results & Other Surveys!
Do you take a radio station along with you whenever you or your family might go on a vacation, to the cottage, head out camping, or take an overseas trip...?
[691 votes since 2014-12-02]
  YES---I absolutely LOVE the notion & the challenges of operating portable like that.
  NO---My XYL & kids would KILL me if I dragged along my radios like that.
  YES---One can only lounge at the beach & see the sights for so long: my radio is a comforting thing to fall back on.
  NO---When I head out someplace new, my radio stays home, by my own choice. Who needs that distractioin in new environments, anyway?
  YES---It gives the perfect opportunity to utilize my so-called "secondary" radio, & to help ensure that it's still functioning.
  NO---Far too many questions from non-Hams whenever I might operate in "unknown territory" that only serves to spoil the fun.
  Who can afford to travel hither & yon these days?! Besides, my Ham radio is MY passport to anywhere that I might want to go.
Spots View More DX Spots!
Time Frequency     Callsign Comment
2130 18159.0     JW9JKA armchair copy SE
2130 28011.0     CE2/CX1EK
2130 7065.0     1A0C up 160 and 165
2130 18072.0     W1AW/3 Thanks QSO!
2130 18159.0     JW9JKA
2129 7078.6     WP4JLU TU JT9 QSO, pse LoTW & eQSL
2129 7181.5     W1AW/0 IA
2129 28004.0     VK9/G7VJR UP 1
2129 3524.0     1A0C You should try JA/NA now...
2129 7135.0     IZ1ZLI
Spotlight WV4R Antennae Farm
WV4R Antennae Farm 300' Over the WV4R Antennae Farm by KC5ILO the Flying Fotographer! You can See Five of the Seven Towers at the Main Site. 73 es God bless, murf/wv4r.

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    Shack Showcase VK6IA - Perth, Australia
    VK6IA - Perth, Australia My equipment comprises of an Icom IC-7700, Icom IC-7000 and Kenwood TS530S transceivers. The HF Linear amp is a Kenwood TL-922 for the VK limit of 400W PEP. My VHF Amplifier is a Mirage B2516G which delivers 200W PEP on 144Mhz SSB. I use an Icom ID800H in the car for D-Star and 2M & 70cm when mobile. Also use a Yaesu VX7R portable when out and about. I am active on 80M to 70cm all modes including SSB, CW and digital modes. Mainly I enjoy DXing looking for "new ones" and working DXpeditions. My antennas are: •20-6M 3 element SteppIR yagi with 6m passive element. •80/40M homebrew trapped dipole. •Butternut HF6V 6 band Vertical 80-10M mounted on Large Peaked metal roof hich serves as an eectib elevad radial system. •Diamond X510M 2/70 colinear for V/UHF FM on the top of the tower. My Antenna pics and other news can be viewed at my blogsite.

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    Issued 2014 Dec 28 1805 UTC
    Flux: 134 A-Index 7 K-Index 2
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