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|Taiyo MF HF ADF TD-C338HS|
Good, but tricky on SSB
|ARN-7 ADF military surplus|
Superb ADF and BCB DX rcvr
|Collins R 392|
Very solid reliable HF rcvr
|Micro-Tel PR 700 receiver|
|Collins R-105A ARR-15 HF receiver|
fun, but not a practical band scanner
|Collins R 391|
Great receiver, beware of mech issues
Decent Dual Band Mobile But Not Without Issues
Too much hum
Very good transceiver but
|IARU Region 1: Russian OTH Radar Contayner Now Everywhere:|
We found the Russian OTH radar Contayner on 7, 10, 14 and 18 MHz with 40 sps, FMOP and 12 kHz wide. Below the radar on 10100 kHz (center) disturbing the German Weather service “D...
|Keep an Eye on the Neighborhood with this Passive Radar:|
If your neighborhood is anything like ours, walking across the street is like taking your life in your own hands. Drivers are increasingly unconcerned by such trivialities as speed...
|Isle of Wight Community Arts Radio Station Launches Crowdfunder:|
The Wolverton FM team are setting up a series of regular Radio Clubs around the Island, where the public will be able to join in high-quality workshops of experimental approaches t...
|Ham Talk Live! Episode 190 - What Goes Into Making QST and On the Air:|
Becky Schoenfeld, W1BXY, the managing editor of QST magazine, will be here Thursday (11/14) at 9 pm EST to talk about what goes into making an edition of QST, and details about the...
|Morse Code: A Final Short Treatise On the History of Mr. Morse' Code...|
Suitable for the meanest understanding...
|80-Meter Base-Loaded Mobile Antenna|
An "eHam Classic" by W5DXP
|Tapping Into The Load|
How to add a scope connection to the MFJ 260C 300 Dry Dummy Load.
|I Have Always Wondered About the Attraction of Operating Amateur Radio|
W3TTT explores the joy of the radio hunt
|An OCF Dipole with Homebrew 4:1 Balun|
KJ4DGE shows you how to make a great-working inexpensive antenna