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50 Ohm PROFESSIONAL COAXIAL CABLES

COAXIAL CABLES Cables for transmission and reception for both professional and amateur 50 Ohms. The low loss and low SWR factor (SRL) make them unique also for transmissions with high power.Some models are made with extra-flexible PVC jacke... Read more

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Above 50MHz

Alinco DJ-G7T/E  Tri-Band ( 144 , 430 and 1200MHz)

  Get ready for action as you hear signals that you may never have heard before. The DJ-G7 tunes 0.530-1299.995MHz continuously, and you can enjoy full duplex receive in combination with the amateur 144/430/1200MHz bands. AM and WFM modes allow you to hear the avia... Read more

 

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Morse Intercom – APP

Morse Intercom – APP

  Features:i) Send Morse to, and receive Morse from, other users of the app. Restrict usage to your WiFi network, or allow full Internet connecti... Read more

Software

Digital Modes

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Dxing

Mellish Reef DXpedition Team Has Set Sail

The Mellish Reef VK9MA DXpedition team has said it plans to concentrate on the lower bands during its November DXpedition. Mellish is the 29th most-wanted DXCC entity. Team member and ARRL Contest Update Editor Brian Moran, N9ADG, said the... Read more

 

 

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