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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!
Yaesu FT-991/991A - Ok Transceiver
OptiBeam OB2-80s 2el extra shortened 80m monoband Yagi - Two Element Yagi Versus Four Square
Bridgecom BCR-40U/50V FM Repeater System - VERY GOOD SERVICE AT BRIDGE COM SYSTEMS
Davis Vantage Pro (wireless) - Works Great year after year
Arrow 52-4S 4 Element Yagi - GREAT PERFORMER
 
Classifieds View More Classifieds!
Jan 16  Nice CDE/Hy-Gain Ham 4 Rotator W7KD
Jan 16  Hy-Gain Tail Twister T2X Rotor W7KD
Jan 16  Icom IC-7600 KU7S
Jan 16  Flex 6500 and Maestro K9WZB
Jan 16  RADIOSPORT HEADSETS RS20S headset K6ACW
 
News View More Ham News!
NCVEC Question Pool Committee Releases Errata to Technician Question Pool:
Past ARRL Great Lakes Division Director Jim Weaver, K8JE (SK):
Fox-1D Amateur Radio CubeSat Launches Successfully, Now Designated as AO-92
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?
Propagation Forecast Bulletin #02 de K7RA:
DogparkSDR Version 1.10 Released:
AX Prefix on Australia's National Day:
The IARU Watches WPT Developments:
CQ White Paper Follow-Up - ARRL: 'We Have Met the Enemy ... and He Is Us':
DX News -- ARRL DX Bulletin #02:
Just Ahead In Radiosport:
Quantum Radio May Offer Twist on Communicating in Problematic Environments:
Fox-1D Satellite Set to Launch this Week, China to Launch Five New CubeSats
Thomas Fire Response Also Demonstrates Amateur Radio's Social Media Value:
Radio Amateurs Track Major East Coast Winter Storm:
The Doctor Will See You Now!
DXpedition Leader, Contester, Mentor David Collingham, K3LP, (SK):
In Brief...
Getting It Right!
Solved? Mystery of Repeating Radio Signals from Deep Space:
Theme for Hamvention 2018:
Sawnee Amateur Radio Association Uses Ham Radio for Emergencies, Fun:
Newly Purchased County Equipment Set to Enhance Local Ham Radio Efforts:
Kids Get a Handle on Ham Radio:
Fox-1D Satellite Set to Launch this Week, China to Launch Five New CubeSats
FEMA Region 10 Communication Exercises Will Make Use of 60 Meters:
NCVEC Releases New Technician License Question Pool into the Public Domain:
Disaster Management Dept Calendar to Feature Photo of Young Ham:
Frederick County Man (K3LP) Dies After Falling Through Ice Near Libertytown
Ham Talk Live #97 -- WRTC 2018:
AMSAT Fox-1D Launch Scheduled for January 12, 2018 (03:58 UTC):
Ham Radio Kids Day Scheduled in Berkeley Heights:
What's the Buzz? Ham Radio Fans Fine-Tune Skills at Brookville Conference:
Amateur Radio Roundtable: Hamvention 2018 Breaking News:
ACMA Five Year Spectrum Outlook:
EME to Feature on BBC2 Show:
RSGB: HF DXpedition Fund Trustee Wanted:
Boca Raton Essay Winners Chat with Astronauts on Board Space Station:
Saturday is Kids Day at Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting:
City to Take Part in National Radio Field Day:
ICON & GOLD Teaming Up to Explore Earth's Interface to Space:
Parks on the Air -- Winter Event:
A Place to Memorialize Your 'SK' Friends:
Locating Significant Australian Amateur Radio Equipment:
Radio Event Aimed at Young:
Greene County Seeking Bids to Build Expo Center Ahead of Hamvention:
 
Calendar View More Calendar Events!
First 5 Upcoming Events  Location Start Date
Special Event MA 01/18/18
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
 
Survey View Results & Other Surveys!
How low do you go? Tell us your experience with operating lower frequency bands (80M and below).
[78 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.
  Other.
 
Spots View More DX Spots!
Time Frequency     Callsign Comment
0742 18100.8     JA8XIW tnx QSO FT8
0742 14071.3     RU0SYL tnx QSO
0741 14074.0     JL1OXH FT8 mode... -08 db
0741 14160.0     RU3AWG CQ
0741 7130.0     UA3OC
0741 14019.0     RK0UT CW ARCK-103
0740 7116.9     RW6AMZ
0740 14177.0     UA1OND
0740 7010.0     6Y6J CQ
0740 10120.0     HA2DXE
 
 
Spotlight K2TL, Howell, New Jersey
K2TL, Howell,  New Jersey Find me on CW or digitl modes, 160 through 6 meters. I really enjoy MFSK SSTV, now that it is legal again!

 
Strays Add a Stray!
are you really a ham if you don't whine and complain about your medical maladies?
WB0YD
 
Forums View All Forums
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    Friends Remembered View More
    Robert May (KB5SXU)
    Phil Kenny (K6AXY)
    George Ford (K2QIJ)
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    Shack Showcase WX4O
    WX4O 7200, 703, 2100 Same antennas. 7200 is very good.

     
    Propagation More info

    Issued 2018 Jan 17 0605 UTC
    Flux: 71 A-Index 4 K-Index 0
    Actv:No space wx storms observed.
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