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
I can’t verify if these info are still valid and in use. I stored here for reference. Atlantic Weather – Controller Herb Hilgenberg – Callsign SOUTHBOUND TWO Time Area Frequencies Chan No 2000-2200Z Atlantic/Caribbean Weather 12359 kHz 12C 1940-2000 Check IN 12359 kHz 12C Caribbean SSB Weather Net – Controller Dave Time Area Frequencies 1230-1300
Download Files MORSE1 MORSE2 These are 200 Morse Code QSO`s which might typically be heard on the HF bands. They were designed to give people who are learning Morse Code some practice with real life Morse contacts, rather than using text passages from books, or random letters generated my computer. It is intended that the
The W3DZZ antenna revisited. A multiband antenna 80 to 10 meters by using traps for 7 MHz