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Articles View More Articles!
How to Overcome Some Condo Issues
Stuck with restrictions and limited space? Have no fear!
My Oscilloscope Affair: A Love Story
W8LV's tale of love and loss
To Amp or Not to Amp
To Amp or Not to Amp That is the question...which N4KC sets out to answer.
OCF Dipoles Fed with Ladder-Line
W5DXP shares the results of his experiments
Shack Surge Protection
How to protect your valuable equipment
Learning CW
W0FEN shares his method of learning Morse code.
HF Reel Type Portable Antenna for QRP
HF Reel Type Portable Antenna for QRP An "eHam Classic" by K9GDV
Like Contacting Marconi in Morse Code
NO6E shares his latest contact, K1JT himself!
The 'F' is for 'Fun'
More operating advice for this popular new digital mode
My Idea for Listening Headphones
K3MEJ's simple idea to allow you more operating pleasure
Product Reviews View More Reviews!
MFJ-994 - Does NOT Work Like My MFJ 939I
IOTA DLS-55 55 amp continios Duty Switchmode Power Supply - Noisy
MFJ-640 2 Radio Selector/Mixer - Great accessory
Yaesu FT-891 - It is not legacy Yaesu radio
Classifieds View More Classifieds!
Jan 19  WTT Icom IC-7300 w/speaker NJSWL
Jan 19  Heil Yaesu / FlexRadio Microhone Cable CC-1-XLR-YB W9JH
Jan 19  FS/Trade: MFJ 815D Wattmeter NZ8J
Jan 19  Icom Ic-7100 KA4TUE
Jan 19  ICOM IC-PS35 Internal Power Supply KK4WS
News View More Ham News!
Propagation Forecast Bulletin #03 de K7RA:
Candidates Complete Their Amateur Radio Training in Leigh:
Preserving a 45-Year Record of Sunspots:
DX News -- ARRL DX Bulletin #03:
Just Ahead In Radiosport:
ARRL CEO Tom Gallagher, NY2RF, to Retire:
ARRL Board Of Directors to Meet:
The Doctor Will See You Now!
A Message to Members from ARRL President Rick Roderick, K5UR:
Club Group Will Operate W1AW for Winter Field Day:
Fox-1D Amateur Radio CubeSat Launches Successfully, Now Designated as AO-92
Florida Ham Radio Club Aids Homeless During Cold Snap:
DoD Interoperability Communication Exercise Deemed a Success:
Registration Now Open for HamSCI Workshop:
Past ARRL Great Lakes Division Director Jim Weaver, K8JE, (SK):
In Brief...
Western Nevada College Offering Class to Certify Ham Radio Technicians:
William Paterson Students Visit Vieques, Forge Radio Partnership:
NCVEC Question Pool Committee Releases Errata to Technician Question Pool:
Ham Radio Operators Display Emergency Capabilities During Winter Field Day:
Amazing 3D-Printed Radio Works, Despite Having No Battery or Outlet Plug:
Ham Talk Live #98 -- Building Satellites:
RSGB Band Plans Updated:
WIA: The Future of Amateur Radio Update:
Live Ham Radio Show Tuesday:
Pacific Island Villagers Get Electricity and Water Storage:
A Cartoonist's Adventures in Radio:
Amateurlogic Episode 113 is Released:
Sea Cadets Earn Ham Radio Technician License:
Ham Radio Operators to Train for Next Disaster:
Do Shortwave 'Numbers Stations' Really Instruct Spies?
AX Prefix on Australia's National Day:
The IARU Watches WPT Developments:
Calendar View More Calendar Events!
First 5 Upcoming Events  Location Start Date
North American QSO Party, SSB 01/20/18
SARC Winter Hamfest Marathon, NY 01/20/18
CQ 160-Meter Contest, CW 01/26/18
23rd Annual Albuquerque Winter Tailgate Albuquerque, NM 01/27/18
Hazel Park Hamfest Madison Heights, MI 01/28/18
Survey View Results & Other Surveys!
How low do you go? Tell us your experience with operating lower frequency bands (80M and below).
[160 votes since 2018-01-15]
  Really Low: I've operated on one of the new low bands (630M or 2200M).
  Classically Low: I operate the classic low bands a lot (80M and 160M).
  Barely Low: I've operated on HF a lot, but not often at or below 80M.
  Wannabe Low: Would like to, but no antennas, etc.
  Not Low At All: I've never operated below VHF.
  Conditionally Low: I only operate HF on Field Day or at another's QTH.
Spots View More DX Spots!
Time Frequency     Callsign Comment
0328 7017.0     RZ9UO ARCK
0328 7097.5     RW0AB tnx
0327 3507.0     UA9MA Heard in MA
0326 7080.0     R0AT
0326 7140.0     P4/S50M
0326 21230.0     VK1FWBD
0325 1840.0     SV9CVY Thanks Michael,
0325 7005.1     3G9A/MM
0325 7015.1     3G9A/MM up, nw peak
0324 7163.0     ZS6CCY Nice sig tonight
Spotlight Andrea IW0HK
Andrea IW0HK I'm on of the SOTA activator: QRP and High Mountain it's a perfect way to do my radio hobby in natural places !

Strays Add a Stray!
...a lot of ham operator license qualifications posted as of late, in fact the real prerequisite should be more indepth technical abilities demo'd
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