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 on: Today at 06:27:07 AM 
Started by N3QE - Last post by VK3HJ
I haven't heard them at all, yet.

 on: Today at 06:25:44 AM 
Started by W1EUJ - Last post by WA2ONH
My new $16.95 Autronic key purchased when it first came out is still working fine these days.

FYI, some other links on this item...

Autronic Paddle

Later Autronic Ad for "Perfect Code" but at increased price of $19.95

N2FQ Autronic Keyer - Cleaning Video

I bookmarked the website of (Donnie WA9TGT) for future parts reference.
Thanks for that info.

Nice to see the old key looking so good. Enjoy! <dit> <dit>

 on: Today at 06:04:36 AM 
Started by M3OTM - Last post by W6IR
I have used a MFJ switch in the past to switch between rigs. I've now built a relay switch box that grounds the unused input. I try to remember to not key either radio without the other one being off. Mistakes have happened but so far it works.

 on: Today at 05:54:08 AM 
Started by KA2FIR - Last post by N3QE
Most logging programs use some kind of database with indices etc. and don't share the raw logging database files well with other simultaneous loggers. The multi-radio contest loggers of course know how to do logging over the network reliably, but they use their own network protocols and nothing (yet) compatible with Google Drive.

You might try uploading your ADIF's to LOTW and Clublog. It comes in very handy for me - I can pull out my cellphone while anywhere and use a web browser to check QSO history, QSL status and what entities I have worked or need on what bands.

 on: Today at 05:52:35 AM 
Started by CHRISDX - Last post by W6IR
Did you make changes to the menu? You may have inadvertently set something wrong.
I'd start with a full reset, out of the box it should receive either usb/lsb without issues.

 on: Today at 05:49:34 AM 
Started by N3QE - Last post by N3QE
Been having fun chasing S9BT and S9WL on phone and RTTY especially on WARC bands.

The bands have been tumultuous but they were loud and clear on 15M this morning, having a non-polar path really helps!

I know, far from the rarest entity, but somehow in CW contesting I had never worked them on the WARC bands or those other modes :-).

 on: Today at 05:19:52 AM 
Started by K6BRN - Last post by W8JX
I never drive my SB 200 with anywhere close to 100 watts. I typically drive it with 50 watts and get 500+ watts out. when tubes are in good order you should get about 10db gain up to limits of tube. When you are reaching limits of tube increasing drive adds little to power output and linearity decreases. I do agree you need to look closer on input tuning of 15 and 10.  The SB200 is a reliable 500+ watts amp with about 50 watts of drive with good tubes.

 on: Today at 05:11:22 AM 
Started by HIPPO - Last post by W4OP
radio works Carolina Windom comes to mind

But the result is still just linear polarization. Given that the polarity at HF is constantly changing, there is still the equal probability that the 45 degree (to pick an angle) resultant polarity can still be  90 degrees to what is optimum.

Dale W4OP

 on: Today at 05:05:36 AM 
Started by VE3VEE - Last post by NU1O
LoTW for YT9A, DU1KA.

 on: Today at 05:03:15 AM 
Started by K2JF - Last post by K2JF
I have some restrictions to how much wire I  can put on my roof. Right now I have a 10-20 OCF dipole but want to work 40 meters. Your opinion on using a G5RV JR vs 10-40 end fed antenna... or even the DXEE.

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