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 41 
 on: Today at 06:11:35 AM 
Started by KW4GT - Last post by N5MOA
Any suggestions for a good, no frills logging program?

I use DXLabs suite of logging/rig control software.

 https://www.dxlabsuite.com/

DXKeeper is the logging portion. If logging is all you are interested in, don't use the rest. Easy to upload to LOTW, eQSL, ClubLog, etc.
I wouldn't say it is "no frills", but it isn't hard to use, and any questions are generally covered in the link. If you still have questions, ask here or join the yahoo group.

That's what I use. There are many, many logging programs available. Download a few, or all, and see what you like. Most are free, and most of the ones that aren't have a free trial.


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Also, I've noticed that some contacts I make log to QRZ.com, some to eQSL, etc.  If I were to be going for WAS, DXCC etc. how can I consolidate those electronic QSLs?

QRZ.com and eQSL are not accepted by ARRL for WAS/DXCC, only actual qsl card (not eQSL mailed cards) and LOTW.

eQSL is good for WAZ awards.

 42 
 on: Today at 05:49:37 AM 
Started by WB2KSP - Last post by WA7PRC
Fine, I don't live in an HOA neighborhood. Please tell me where I can find a home in most states that has been built within the past 15 years and also has access to high speed internet which isn't in an HOA? The answer isn't buy something old or move into the woods.
More requirements = fewer choices.
Fewer requirements = more choices.

 43 
 on: Today at 05:45:45 AM 
Started by N9KX - Last post by W7WRJ
Well the latest news on the streets, is that Dishtronix has also purchased Alpha and now controls it.  Saw it someplace on the WEB. 

73's,

Mike Chasse
w7wrj
https://www.qrz.com/db/W7WRJ/

 44 
 on: Today at 05:30:09 AM 
Started by G4AON - Last post by W7WRJ
Well,  I totally agree with the post above.  Way over priced...  You can purchase, higher quality meters, with even more features for the same price range, that are plug and play.  You can spend an extra couple of hundreds more and find some meters, with touch screens, and that do anything that you can think of doing with a power/swr meter.  Multiple sensors are the norm now for higher end meters.  If you really want to build something, you can build a modern top of the line meter using the Arduimo development platform.  I'm currently working on a 4 sensor system, using 4 Arduimo Uno's, with four 3 inch LCD touch screens,  and I'll have a total of $200.00 invested in the project.  Take a look at the URL below...  You can build it yourself, and much better.

https://sites.google.com/site/lofturj/power-and-swr-meter---rev

73's,

Mike Chasse
w7wrj
https://www.qrz.com/db/W7WRJ/

 45 
 on: Today at 05:04:39 AM 
Started by KW4GT - Last post by KW4GT
Any suggestions for a good, no frills logging program?

Also, I've noticed that some contacts I make log to QRZ.com, some to eQSL, etc.  If I were to be going for WAS, DXCC etc. how can I consolidate those electronic QSLs?



 46 
 on: Today at 04:57:37 AM 
Started by LA9XNA - Last post by HS0ZIB
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With a pair of  used $75 (each) NanoBridges, running default UBNT code, I have run a 19 mile link line-of-sight link with more than 25MB/s of throughput and multiple Cisco IP phones on each side talking flawlessly with no echo or jitter.

Hi, this sounds very interesting!  Can you please give some more details about your set-up?  Thanks.

 47 
 on: Today at 04:53:39 AM 
Started by M6EES - Last post by M6EES
Great thanks. Got some of those. Just wasnt sure where to clip it.

Cheers

 48 
 on: Today at 04:49:17 AM 
Started by WB2KSP - Last post by KF7CG
Will never pass because Bill Nelson said he will table it once again.He's getting money from the HOA's so he will keep killing it.The best advice is don't move into an HOA & then sign that contract & want someone else too fix your mistake.It's nobody's fault but those who choose these Communist Communities yet they want money wasted fighting for their lack of common sense? The ARRL has no power much like the Toothless bunch at the FCC.  Shocked

Clayton
W4KVW
I am now seeing more and more instances of even 5 acre building lots with no antenna provisions. You would think that antennas spread the plague or something

kf7cg
Fine, I don't live in an HOA neighborhood. Please tell me where I can find a home in most states that has been built within the past 15 years and also has access to high speed internet which isn't in an HOA? The answer isn't buy something old or move into the woods.
   Just build a new one!  It's often cheaper to buy your own land and put up a modular home, than to purchase one from a builder!!

 49 
 on: Today at 04:45:48 AM 
Started by KF8QT - Last post by W7WRJ
I would also take a look at the Belden 9913F7 coax.  Great coax,  double shielded,  1st layer – 100 % Duofoil Tape ,  and the 2nd layer is 95% tinned copper braid and has a 10 AWG bare copper 7/19 stranded center conductor.  It has a velocity factor of 85%...  Loss at 5 MHz is .2db for a 100 feet and can handle 3217 watts,  at 50 MHz, loss is 1.1db for a 100 feet and can handle 1463 watts.  Super flexible.  I use it on all of my yagi booms.  The rest of the feed lines at the QTH are 3/4" Heliax or 1/2" Heliax.  You can get the stuff from the RF Connection (www.therfc.com), and they are great to deal with.  They would even ship me coax, when I was stationed in Korea, by Priority mail and they don't mind making any custom lengths of cable.

73's,

Mike Chasse
w7wrj
https://www.qrz.com/db/W7WRJ/

 50 
 on: Today at 04:41:22 AM 
Started by FOXBAT426 - Last post by N2SR
One 25G installation I had, I mounted the rotator plate at the bottom of the 8 foot top section.  I cut one of the Z bracings to get the Ham IV rotator inside.

Not proud of that, but it worked.  I would not do that again though.   


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