1. Introduction Sooner or later every Shortwave Listener will hear them, the Number Stations: rarely letter-groups are read by a synthezised male or female voice, are keyed in Morse code or are sent in digital mode. All transmissions start with an identifier/call, usually a 3-figure group, repeated several times. The following figure-groups specify the decryption
Recommended Repeater Operating Procedures Use simplex wherever possible freeing the repeater for necessary uses. Monitor the repeater (listen) or determine if the repeater is in use, and if there are any peculiarities in its operation. After listening for a few seconds, identify, un key and listen to see if it was quiet for a reason,
Home made your own magnetic loop antenna
How to search Facebook for people by using their amateur radio call-sign. Examples and restrictions
Thanks to an online petition made via change.orgÂ Â promoted by NW7OR,Â starting from today facebookÂ allow to add your own ham radioÂ call-sign as altenate name and have it displayed in your public profile page This should allow others to look for your your by usingÂ your QRZ. This is how appears now my Facebook profile
Florence Old Bridge This picture I’ve taken few days ago, reveals, what I’ve always considered, the symbol of amateur radio in Florence. This Yagi Antenna tower, erected very close to the old bridge several years ago I suppose belong to IK5JXR (I5BKO), now SK. Just wanted to share this piece of my city with you.
FT5ZM clublog log db has been updated right now! So it means they have an internet connection Are you in the log ?
Google glass are wearable computer, with a built-in Android OS on it, and in this movie N3WG Nick Garner show us a sample application of a ham radio related application written for the Google Glass platform. Practically Nick is able to remote control an Elecraft KX3 radio via the PigremoteÂ connected via Wi-Fi, of
Looks like the Arduino platform is getting popular and popular among amateur radio community. I’ve been reading a lot’s of interesting projects based on the Arduino, from CW Players, to antenna tuners, beacons, keyers, and rotor controllers, magnetic loops controllers and more. The Arduino looks is so popular that the ARRL is also publishing a