“The RSGB was proud to host YOTA 2017 at Gilwell Park in August. We welcomed 80 young people under the age of 26 from 27 countries — from all over IARU Region 1 as well as Japan — who represented their national amateur radio societies at the event. This video is an overview of the week, celebrating the wide range of amateur radio and intercultural activities the youngsters took part in. Through these they were able to build relationships with like-minded people from other countries and develop international friendships through amateur radio—and have a lot of fun!
ARRL has announced the winners of the 2018 QST Antenna Design Competition. “Dozens of entries were received, but only three could win,” said QST Editor Steve Ford, WB8IMY. Requirements for the 2018 QST Antenna... Read more
“Hello Operators in the first video with the DRAWS HAT for the Raspberry Pi, I speculated about the impact this new hardware would have on the ham radio digital mode community. Well now I have the DRAWS hat in my hands, so we can take... Read more
The IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) has announced its 2019 award recipients. The list includes several radio amateurs. James C. Rautio, AJ3K, will receive the Microwave Career Award for a career of leadership, meritorio... Read more
The RS-BA1 remote control software gained popularity by allowing Amateur radio operators to operate selected Icom radios from a PC via IP. The RS-BA1... Read more
Messi & Paoloni – Notwithstanding its small dimension (7,3 mm) its performances are so good to outperform RG 213/U (10,2 mm) and put into sh... Read more
Ham Radio Hotspot “So this is a very popular question among my audience, due to my recent videos explaining some hotspots and reflectors. Hopefu... Read more