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Unidentified Digital Transmission 3895 kHz?
KU4GW asks for help in locating/decoding interference he and others have heard.
How a 1:4 Guanella-Balun (Current-Balun) Operates
An "eHam Classic" by KM3K
Nearly Cheap Homebrew QRP Vertical
KB2NAT shares his antenna design
Combining Amateur Radio and American History
How N4KC and KC5CYY hope to create student interest in both
What's On Your Handheld?
What's On Your Handheld? A look at various 2-meter antennas
Great Way to Give Back to Our Hobby
Have you considered becoming a sorter for one of the Incoming QSL Bureaus?
Common Courtesy on FT8
How hard is it to share the band?
How Improve an AME Mini Paddle
How Improve an AME Mini Paddle NU6I shares his in inexpensive enhancement
Sundown for Surplus
Are we witnessing the end of an era?
Are You a True Blue DX'er?
OK1RP introduces the True Blue DX'ers Club (TBDXC)
Product Reviews View More Reviews!
W1SFR model TBCP Torsion Bar Cootie Key/Paddle - Compares to other Cooties offered at twice the price .
Yaesu VX-150 - Military quality * The best +5
Yaesu YS-60 Peak-Reading Wattmeter - Great
JK Antennas Mid-Tri-40 - Stack em and run
JK Antennas Mid-Tri - Stack em
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Oct 19  FS: IC-746Pro KD0FC
Oct 19  Heathkit HDP 21A Microphone WANTED W1PDI
Oct 19  Icom 7300 AC5S
Oct 19  N3ZN Paddle ZN-9DX VE3VTG
Oct 19  KENWOOD TS-950SDX Station with Extra's K5RWD
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DX News -- ARRL DX Bulletin #43:
Just Ahead In Radiosport:
ARRL Executive Committee to Meet in Minneapolis:
ARRL Northern Florida Section Seeks Volunteers to Deploy to Hurricane Zone:
FT8 to be Permitted in 2019 ARRL RTTY Roundup:
The Doctor Will See You Now!
Scouting's Jamboree On the Air (JOTA) Looking Forward to Successful Event:
Philippine Organizations Join Forces for 'Robust' JOTA-JOTI Presence:
VP6D Ducie Island 2018 DXpedition Team Under Way Aboard The Braveheart:
Dwingeloo Telescope Receives Dark-Side Lunar Images from Chinese Satellite:
In Brief...
Bidding in ARRL Online Auction Set to Begin on October 19:
ARRL Website Security Software Update Could Affect LoTW ADIF Downloads:
Foundations of Amateur Radio #176:
Lewiston Antenna Farm Making Contact with the World:
RNIB's 150th Birthday: Blind Glasgow Pensioner Broadcast to Mark Occasion:
Lee STEM Students Question an Astronaut:
Amateur Ham Radio Operators Ready to Help with Natural Disasters:
Now That the Disaster Has Moved On, What's Next?
Ham Talk Live #137 -- Linux in the Shack:
Latest from IARU Region 3:
Faces of Fauquier: Ham Radio Led to Arts Career:
M7 Foundation Licenses:
Amateurlogic 122 is Here:
EMO Worker Tries to Drum Up Enthusiasm for Ham Radio:
Ham Says Amateur Radio Vital if Cellular and Satellite Communications Fail:
Nassau County Radio Operators Aid Communications After Hurricane Michael:
Students Join Ham Radio Enthusiasts in Deerfield:
Ham Radio Operators Felping with Post Hurricane Communications:
Hams Connect Emergency Teams and Families Stranded by Hurricane Michael:
Amateur Radio Operators Provide Hurricane Aid Through the Airwaves:
Charles Hall Museum to Host Amateur Radio Club:
Amateur Radio Emergency Service Participates in Nationwide Drill:
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Annual Fall Tailgate Panama City, FL 10/19/18
Hamfest Chattanooga Chattanooga, TN 10/20/18
RF Hill ARC Hamfest Sellersville, PA 10/21/18
CQ Worldwide DX Contest, SSB 10/26/18
Survey View Results & Other Surveys!
Some way to use 20-30 watts for FT8 but, how much power do you truthfully use when operating FT8?
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Spots View More DX Spots!
Time Frequency     Callsign Comment
0255 7008.0     DJ5RE
0255 7080.0     RX9CDQ
0255 7005.8     9H1BM Heard in MD
0255 14074.0     KD2KW FT8 -08dB from EM13
0255 7003.0     PY5AMF Tks for QSO, poor
0254 7074.9     HI3MFR
0254 7198.0     I2VRN
0254 18072.0     VK9XG up
0253 7074.9     UN7TA
0253 21020.1     VK9XG Freq
Spotlight KC0OHP
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    ArvidSending (LA2YE)
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    W9GDH Just a small station. Kenwood TS-2000 feeding an Ameritron AL-80B into PALSTAR AT2K Antenna tuner. Backup Kenwood TS-50. Antennas: all band dipole 80 to 10 meters, Alpha Delta DX-LB Plus 160 to 10 meters, and 40M full wave loop. Use two Kenwood TH-D7Gs for APRS and Skycommand. I'm also set up for emergency backup power with a 5.5KW generator and battery. HF Mobile: Kenwood TS-50 into Little Tarheel II with 56" whip. You will find me on 7268 KHz "68 Group" from 2PM to 3PM and the Freewheelers Net, 3916 KHz from 11:30 PM to 12:30 AM, while mobile to and from work on weekdays (Monday thru Friday).

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    Issued 2018 Sep 17 1205 UTC
    Flux: 69 A-Index 6 K-Index 2
    Actv:No space wx storms observed.