Interesting details of the crystal radio and cat’s whisker detectors showing several example radios from the 1920s and 1930s.
The International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) says “significant progress” was made during World Radiocommunication Conference 2019 (WRC-19) preparation... Read more
XR4 is what you get when you add 6 meter coverage to the great XR3 antenna (see above) with the same single feedline and a scarcely longer 11.5... Read more
“Ever wonder what the those strange buttons on the front of your new HF radio do? Dr. Balun explains what the RIT and XIT buttons are for and ho... Read more
ARRL Public Relations Committee Chairman Scott Westerman, W9WSW, believes collegiate Amateur Radio clubs need to blow away the dust and cobwebs and mo... Read more
Now you can go digital on the road with the TYT MD-9600 DMR Digital Mobile Two Way Radio! The MD-9600 gives you the crystal clear, noise-free audio of... Read more
Disaster preparation can save lives. The Amateur Radio Emergency Services is a group that takes disaster preparedness seriously. Randall Lorenz of Was... Read more
ARRL’s Interference Expert Mike Gruber, W1RM, takes his nose for noise to California, where he shows you how to hunt down a noise source in a re... Read more