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2050 Advanced HF Transceiver

The Barrett 2050 HF transceiver In addition to providing all common modes of HF transmission, most currently used selective call formats and MIL STD 188-141B Automatic Link Establishment, the 2050 transceiver has a new generation, simple to... Read more


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How Can I Get Radio Coverage in “Dead” Spots?

“A two-way radio system using a repeater may have great coverage except in areas, such as parking garages and basements of buildings, whose environmental factors create stubborn “dead” spots. In these locations, the repeater signal reaches the radio” –... Read more




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Digital Modes

  • C3S-JK – 2 Elements on 20M / 2 Elements on 15M / 2 Elements on 10M / 12 Foot Boom
  • “Antenna Wire” is the topic of the latest  episode of the “ARRL The Doctor is In”
  • A Dualband 50/70MHz Yagi with single feedpoint – 5/7 (12) element 144/70MHz Yagi (2.4m)
  • Log Periodic Dipole Array 13 element 10MHz – 54MHz High Performance LPD
  • CX-AUTO Switch – Kessler Engineering, LLC
  • Rotators + Controller Rot1prog USB are smal, medium ideal for use with HEXBEAM
  • Jim W6LG Shows How He Connects 2 HF Antennas at the Same Time
  • Comparing Elevated 1/4w Vertical vs. Link Dipole with WSPR
  • New log periodic array from InnovAntennas with parasitic element enhancement
  • RigExpert AA-30.Zero – HF Antenna Analyzer (0.6 TO 30 MHZ)
  • Antenna DUO8 15-20 separate feed – Momobeam
  • New InnovAntennas Quads
  • Which is better: Vertical or Dipole?
  • Moonraker Ltd Whizz Loops 13-428
  • NVIS: Near Vertical Incidence Skywave [ PodCast ]
  • Dual-Band THUNDERBOLT® Vertical Antennas DXE-8040VA-1
  • Introducing the SDA 2000 OptimizIR
  • Modeling Common Dipole Variations
  • How High Should a Dipole Be? A Look at Antenna Modeling
  • X-Quad antennas for 2m and 70cm




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