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 on: Yesterday at 07:01:58 PM 
Started by K1HMS - Last post by VK5EEE
G0MEP you'd think that browsers by now would spot such problem of mixed https e.g. images being insecure, and give you a little warning and an option to allow them. I thought it used to be that way. My Firefox doesn't tell me anything. Then again isn't that the way of ever newer software, to assume that the end users are dumb and everything should be decided for them?

 on: Yesterday at 06:59:25 PM 
Started by K1HMS - Last post by VK5EEE
Well spotted, I assumed it was CSS broken. There are many forums on this popular site, but no one (at least not in the actual SITE forum when I last checked) has mentioned it, and they seem to be unaware of it. Oh well, maybe someone ELSE will tell them, it's not going to be me. I know from my own experience of running site, even with over one million page views per month that no one bothers. I'm done bothering!

 on: Yesterday at 06:58:18 PM 
Started by KM6HFR - Last post by K4RVN
Mark, I use a pneumatic antenna launcher like this one.
I built mine but it still cost about 40 bucks so I would suggest buying one. It shoots lead fishing weights from walmart attached to spider wire. If you buy one, the fishing line and reel do not come with it. I would suggest using 50# test spider wire as it is still small and flexible. Clearing a 100 ft. tree in Georgia is no problem.


 on: Yesterday at 06:38:19 PM 
Started by KM6HFR - Last post by E73M
Video shows an experiment with a 1/4 wavelength vertical with a single radial running along the sand.

As expected disconnecting the radial made the signal almost disappear.

Nice, but that does not really apply to an OP question about radials on matched half wave radiator which has no benefit of single or multiple radials at all.

 on: Yesterday at 06:37:45 PM 
Started by K3GM - Last post by KQ4MM according to the main page at the bottom

 on: Yesterday at 06:35:49 PM 
Started by AF6D - Last post by KH6AQ
And there is the Cushcraft D4 rotary dipole.

 on: Yesterday at 06:25:39 PM 
Started by HJ4MOR - Last post by HJ4MOR
Hello everyone, I am trying to build somehow a "UPS" system for my rig, where I live (Colombia) they don´t sell the PWRGate, therefore I was thinking on using a controller from  solar panel, and in the input the DC power supply, has anyone ever trying something like this? 73´s from South America.

Mauricio Orjuela, HJ4MOR

 on: Yesterday at 06:22:26 PM 
Started by KD4TWP - Last post by KB0NVG
Yeah I'm seeing the same problem now too.  Windows 10, with version 1.1.1.  Works fine to read the contents of the radio, but can't write to the radio. I reset the radio, but still can't load the new memory records.

 on: Yesterday at 06:16:30 PM 
Started by KA1OWC - Last post by K6LCS
Not sure how current this page is ...

 on: Yesterday at 06:03:52 PM 
Started by KM4SII - Last post by KM4SII
Ehamers worked in NAQP off the top of my head: VE3VEE, and N3QE (Thanks for the spots as I moved around, Tim! I looked at the cluster to see who had spotted me and saw that)

QRZ forum members (a.k.a. Zedders) worked in NAQP off the top of my head: W3MMM, W7EDC and WA7PRC

Great NAQP by the way... I worked 20m SSB only at KJ5Y via remote. The beam on the 100w remote is only up 22 feet. Even with only one band I worked 315 stations for 15,435 points. Op time was only 8 hours and then 20m died. No 40/80/160 on the barefoot remote, so I was forced to go single band.

73 de KM4SII - Mason

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