“Hi everyone, I wanted to let you know that I’ll be again in Tanzania from September 13 until October 18 volunteering on a mission in the southern part of the country, at 1.500 meters above sea level. As usual, I’ll operate as 5H3MB on HF during my spare time. I will use an FT100. As for the antenna, I will use an home made Hexbeam if the containers that were sent in June arrive on time, otherwise I will use dipoles.
Jim, W6LG shows the PVC plumbing parts, coax connector and screw eyes to make a dipole center insulator. Read more
Mary Cousins, ex-W1GSC, who was the first woman in Maine to obtain an Amateur Radio license, celebrated her 108th birthday on September 20. Now a resi... Read more
SolderSmoke Podcast #185 is available 22 Feb 2016 http://soldersmoke.com/soldersmoke185.mp3 Travelogue: 550 feet above Washington DC Bench reports Pe... Read more
The FCC recently adopted a comprehensive reorganization of and update to the rules governing the Personal Radio Services (PRS). These include a wide v... Read more
The October Edition of Digital QST – our annual DX issue — is now available! • Read about the incredibly popular 2015 Navassa Island DXpedition.... Read more