RECEIVING ANTENNAS The K9FD Receiving Loop The Answer To Suburban DXing On the Low Bands – by K9FD Editor’s note: Merv Schweigert, K9FD, has been working jusl about everything on the 40, 80 and 160 meter band” this season. In this article he shares some of his experiences with receiving antennas. lf you live on
How to setup a long wire antenna
on Saturday 25 May 2019 i will take part to the upcoming Florence RadioFest as organizer. The Florence RadioFest is a local amateur radio HamFest managed by the members of the ARI Section of Florence. We expect to have over 50 private amateur radio oeprators and more than 10 amateur radio business companies represented.
The Sun Can Power Your Ham Station and a Whole Lot More! Solar power or specifically, solar photovoltaic (PV) panels, have become increasingly available as a power source. Solar PV is ideal for powering Amateur radio equipment because PV panels are almost always designed to charge 12 volt battery systems. Coincidently, most Amateur radio equipment
VERTICAL DIPOLE Since I had purchased the Kenwood TS-590 transceiver a few months before I got my license, I needed an antenna (or antennas) right away for listening on the ham bands. The antenna that I put up first was a vertical dipole for 10, 15, 20 and 40 meters. The reasons for this selection
Ham Radio inside the International Space Station
Cubical Quad Antenna Project for 2.4 GHz
How to renew an expired LoTW callsign certificate and let RumLog sign and upload to Log of the World for you.
If you have ever tried transmitting on HF from a tall block of apartments, where it’s just not possible to erect a substantial aerial system, then this article is for YOU!
First impressions using the WSJT-X FT8 on Mac OSX and TS-590S