We’re sure you’ll agree, this is one of our best calendars to date! This fifteen month calendar – January 2016 through March 2017 – includes fifteen spectacular full-color images of some of the biggest, most photogenic Amateur Radio shacks, antennas, personalities and scenics in the country along with a few classics and homebrew projects thrown in for good measure!
Calendar also included dates of importance to Ham Radio operators, such as major contest and other operating events, meteor showers, phases of the moon and other astronomical information, plus important and popular holidays.
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This video shows how easy is is to set up an end-fed HF antenna and a fiberglass pole, even in non-ideal weather. Sorry for the water on the lens; the... Read more
The winner of the July 2015 QST Cover Plaque award is Steve Lawrence, WB6RSE, for his article “Rebuilding a Receiving Flag Antenna for 160 Meters.” Th... Read more
Check great article about Emergency Communication from Robert Richardson : Read more
Skyler Fennell KD0WHB, of Denver, CO, has been selected as the 2016 Bill Pasternak WA6ITF Memorial Young Ham of the Year by the Amateur Radio Newsline... Read more
“Several stations around the globe reported receiving slow-scan television (SSTV)images from the International Space Station on December 18. The... Read more
The TH-8600 is a powerful dual band, dual display and dual standby transceiver with 20 watts of power on 400-470MHz UHF and up to 25 watts on 136-174M... Read more
The late Jean Shepherd is best known as narrator and author of “A Christmas Story.” He was also a lifelong amateur-radio operator and CW f... Read more
The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) in Gakona, Alaska, will soon undertake its first scientific research campaigns since the fa... Read more