Amateur Radio Operator Log (Logbook, Journal - 124 pages, 6" x 9"): Amateur Radio Operator Logbook (Blue Cover, Medium) (Logbook/Record Books) Paperback ...
Amateur Radio Log (Logbook, Journal - 124 pages 6x9 inches): Amateur Radio Logbook (Blue Cover, Medium) (Logbook/Record Books): Logbook Professionals: ...
EI stations will now have access to 30 to 49 MHz...all 19 MHz!!! The spectrum from 54 to 69.9 MHz has also been allocated... another 16 MHz!
If you would like to find out more, please send an email to [email protected] explaining your interest.
This is especially valid for anyone using a low powered radio to drive an external amplifier. e.g. Amplifying 4w to say 50-100w.
Summer of 2017 attended the anual get together of Contest Club Ontario and joined. Do plan to be more active and participate in future contests.
Last month he was asked to give a presentation for the combined meeting of the Central Ohio Operators Klub and Newark Amateur Radio Association.
Two examples of loggers linked to an AR cluster. At left, DX4WIN version 8.05 supporting packet and telnet connections. This printscreen shows the user ...
This is an ongoing contest/challenge for operators on HamSphere 3.0. Each challenge segment is set between 18.00 UTC to 18.00 UTC next day.
Latest TEC map from NASA. What is TEC? Total Electron Content (or TEC) is an important descriptive quantity for the ionosphere of the Earth.
Consumer Segment LOHAS: Nachhaltigkeitsorientierte Dialoggruppen Im Lebensmitteleinzelhandel (essentials) (German Edition)
Today's graph, plotting the SESC sunspot number, the 10.7cm Radio Flux, and the Estimated Planetary A Index, for the last 30 days.
Now call CQ using the three by three method. So it is: “CQ CQ CQ this is Sierra Mike Nine Xray Yankee Zulu, Sierra Mike Nine Xray Yankee Zulu, ...
Also, on page 8 we omitted to include the circuit diagram for Bill G4KIH's Antenna Changeover Relay.
... and spatially queried and compared against other data tables, imported lists (many types), ContestRadar, and your own ADIF or Cabrillo logs.
On the Coast Guard ship ITASCA (standing by off Howland Island to help guide her in) were two RCA AR-60 CGR-32-1 receivers:
We have had almost a whooping 4.8 Million QSL cards sent between our operators who originate from at total of 274 DXCC entities.
I've been helping a friend's daughter study for her Technician Amateur Radio License. Besides my tutoring, she's only been studying with a free phone app ...
This is the figure I generally depict as slices of cheese with holes in them which sometimes line up.
That's my paper log to the right of the note. It's there to insert the two QSOs I did make this evening into my Microsoft Access log.
If you find browsing through your QSL cards difficult using your log book, then get this QSL Card Viewer. View sent and received QSL cards ordered by call ...