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Articles View More Articles!
DXE-ATSA-1 Works on 160 Meters
Have 90 feet of wire? Here's a quick way to get on 160/80 meters!
The Final Courtesy
An "eHam Classic" by K3UOC
DXCC and Remote Operation, an Opinion
VE7IG makes his case
Funny SMPP App Note
Is common sense lacking in product information?
It Was Worth A Try
Are children no longer interested in the fun of science and technology?
2-Element Bent Dipole Yagi
K4RVN shares his experience with this antenna
Safety Schmafety
Ah how things have changed over the years...
A Vest Pocket DX Expedition to Southern Africa
How to be the DX station without a ton of equipment!
Revive Two Meters
K7PE presents his solution
E51DXX DXpedition
What it was like from inside Rarotonga
 
Product Reviews View More Reviews!
Comet B-10 dual band mobile antenna - Good back-up for urban trips
Jetstream JTB-1 VHF/UHF Vertical - Great Antenna for the price! You won't be disappointed!
Comet B-10 dual band mobile antenna - Great Little Antenna
QSL Design by K1NSS - Dashtoons! - Transformed my vision
ICOM IC-737 - Solid performance, user friendly
 
Classifieds View More Classifieds!
Oct 24  Icom CT-17 Interface KP4ED
Oct 24  TEN-TEC ARGOSY 525 NQ4M
Oct 24  WTB: Yaesu FT-450D N3AEG
Oct 24  YAESU FT 950 N5IZ
Oct 24  WTB: Tempo One and PS N2HUN
 
News View More Ham News!
Boy Scouts Get Their Hands on 'Ham' Radio in Cheltenham:
Sun Unleashes Powerful X-Class Solar Flare:
Ham Radio Groups Tapped as Extra Eyes, Ears for PNP:
ARNewsline Report 1941 -- Oct 24 2014:
DX News -- ARRL DX Bulletin #43:
Just Ahead In Radiosport:
Radio Amateurs Play a Role In Separate Storm Responses:
ARRL Board May Seek Member Input On 15 Meter Novice/Tech Digital Privileges
IARU Administrative Council Seeks to Rein In Electromagnetic Interference:
Ninth Annual ARRL On-Line Auction Is Now Underway!
W1AW Centennial Operations Head Next to WY, MA, and US Virgin Islands:
ARRL Regional Centennial Conventions Wrap Up with Pacificon:
ARRL November Sweepstakes: Another Chance at a 'Clean Sweep' is Coming Up!
2015 Edition of The ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications Now Available!
CQ Reconsiders Its Policy On Crimea for CQ-Sponsored Contests:
IARU EMC Coordinator Thilo Kootz, DL9KCE, Presented with IEC 1906 Award:
4M Moon Orbiter Carrying Ham Radio Payload Launching October 23:
Edge of Space Sciences Balloon Flight Carrying Ham Radio to Launch Oct 25:
A Century of Amateur Radio and the ARRL:
Getting It Right!
Are We Being Phased Out?
The Explorers Club Allows Guests to Speak with Astronauts:
'Ham Radio Can Counter Dark Side of Social Networking':
CQ Policy Statement on Stations in Crimea Using Russian-Issued Call Signs:
York-Area Scouts Use Ham Radios to Talk to Scouts Around the World:
Amateur Radio Enthusiasts Gather for Annual Greeneville Hamfest:
Ham Radio Enthusiasts Gather in Kalamazoo:
Boy Scouts Have Weekend Submarine Adventure:
Ham Radio Operators Link on Global Airwaves:
Amateur Radio Operators Get Their Own Day:
Boy Scouts: 'Jamboree On the Air':
Ham Radio Day in Paris:
Design The Next AMSAT Satellite!
Ham Radio Operators Were Keys to Communication After Quake:
Amateur Radio Operators Get Their Own Day:
Blizzard Saturday in Colorado? No, Just a Radio Test:
Service and Sacrifice: WWII Radio Man Still Connecting:
VA Plans to Build Nationwide High-Frequency Radio Network for Emergencies:
Why Ham Operators Should Consider 3D Printing:
Museum of Radio and Technology Channels Memories of a Bygone Era:
Hayle Radio Amateur Leads Way for Cornwall to Have Unique Radio Call Sign:
NASA Spacecraft Provides New Information About Sun's Atmosphere:
Amateur Radio Emergency Services Volunteers Ready for the Next Big One:
Why This West Virginia Town Has No Cellphones:
Ham Geeks In Operation:
 
Calendar View More Calendar Events!
First 5 Upcoming Events  Location Start Date
Frankenstein 2014 Halloween FunExpedition Jefferson City, MO 10/25/14
125th Anniversary - Jenkinsburg, GA Jenkinsburg, GA 10/25/14
2nd Annual Boggy Creek Fouke, AR 10/25/14
50th Annual Green Valley, AZ, White Elephant Parad Green Valley, AZ 10/25/14
Battle of Westport Memorial Sulphur Springs, AR 10/26/14
 
Survey View Results & Other Surveys!
Looking back to YOUR start in Ham radio, with an eye to "...the way things are in the world" to-day, do you think that you would have become an Amateur radio operator if you were somehow miraculously the same age as when you started, but in 2014?
[1126 votes since 2014-09-11]
  YES---I am just a diehard techie who loves hands-on technical things.
  NO---Far too many distractions to-day, what with Facebook, Twitter, the internet, & computers in general.
  YES---Radio offers a challenging realm totally separate from the "user friendly" stuff of to-day's world, where most ANYONE is able to participate.
  NO---I probably wouldn't even have HEARD of Ham radio in to-day's popular media & social culture, so how could I have joined the ranks?
  What does it matter? The world is what it is. You can't miraculously transform 1950, or 1960, onto the present. Every dog has its day, & Ham radio's glory days are surely, for better or worse, behind it.
 
Spots View More DX Spots!
Time Frequency     Callsign Comment
1627 28090.0     CN2C
1627 28365.0     PH146EU
1627 7032.1     HA8DD/P
1627 7095.0     EA4EKU CDA Ciudad
1625 14250.0     GA4YMM yl.Cristine
1627 28083.0     TI7/W5AP rtty
1627 28460.0     5R8M QSX 28465.0 UP
1627 14016.9     UA8WAA/5 rda RK-08
1627 28030.0     W1AW/7 Cq-ing from NEVADA & up
1627 21263.0     LY5AT Tnx Linas!Lotw user.
 
 
Spotlight W9ZSP 50 th Anniversary
W9ZSP 50 th Anniversary 50 th anniversary 1958 to 2008 for W9ZSP Larry D Crabb/shrekcrabb

 
Strays Add a Stray!
You measure the quality of a radio receiver by what it leaves out, not by what it picks up.
W2MR
 
Forums View All Forums
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    Ham Radio Links View More Links!
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    Current Solar-Terrestrial/Propagation Data for Your Website 3.6
    KV5R's Getting Started in NVIS Antenna and Propagation Experimentation 3.8
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    Green River Valley Amateur Radio Socity K9WM 1.5
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    Friends Remembered View More
    Seth Kolb (N3AZH)
    Steve Hacku (W1PXA)
    John Fleck (KA9YOK)
    John Meister (W7JAM)
    John Schroer (KA8GRH)
     
    Shack Showcase WA6BOB
    WA6BOB The main desk is mostly for contesting as the remains of the shack I use for general QSO's. The other gear consists of refurbished and repaired Collins, Drake, and Hallicrafters equipment. I am currently working on an 18HT dedicated antenna for the S-line.

     
    Propagation More info

    Issued 2014 Oct 24 1510 UTC
    Flux: 227 A-Index 10 K-Index 2
    Actv:SW:minor RB:R1 
    Fcst:SW:moderate RB:R2