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2022-12-30 Rule number one about Ham radio purchases and the XYL.. Never talk about ham radio purchases with the XYL!! N2ZD
2022-12-22 I'm having trouble with eQSL. I have tried many times to re-set my password without success. Please let me know if you have a suggestion to help. I have lost the sign-in code and all of my logs from 1961-2004 have been lost. I have tried to update my email address. So far, nothing has worked. Suggestions? K4NNK
2022-12-04 Hi --
I'm looking for the federal law that describes amateur radio as "a public good" and prohibits the barring of ham antennas in certain places.
If anyone who can put his finger on the wording of that law would email them to me I would appreciate it greatly.
2022-11-23 The game is not in blaming the radio for noise, game is doing all efforts to reduce the noise. Dinesh Patel VU2DCI RADIOPATEL
2022-11-11 I moved from a sunny house with no trees and a reflective pond to the west to reduce the intense sunlight in my west facing windows. I bought a smaller house with weeping willows to the south. When I tried to install solar panels they told me I have to remove all the trees. Doah. KL0T
2022-10-27 Ours is special hobby. Different set ups, different machines, different locations, different antennas. Yet talking to each other easily. Dinesh Patel VU2DCI RADIOPATEL
2020-12-11 If you wait until the last minute, it only takes a minute. NS4WT
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