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Imagine adjusting the controls to knock out strong interfering stations or noise and then being able to copy and log that weak DX station. After succe... Read more
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ICOM IC-PW1 Linear Amplifiers offer the power you need to succeed! Wide-frequency coverage with 1 kW output, a built-in automatic antenna tuner... Read more
X5105 is a highly portable transceiver working at HF+6m band, with a built-in power output of 5W. Technical features: double-conversion superheterody... Read more
Xiegu X108 QRP Transceiver Kit 9 Bands – AM – SSB – CW 1 – 20 watts The X-108 is a single-conversion transceiver for all ama... Read more
This week we had a great discussion on our Sunday evening Technical Forum (every Sunday at 7:30pm EST on the 145.150 W4GSO repeater, BTW!) about audio... Read more
Organizing and filtering the spots from your favourite DX Cluster for DXing, Contesting or casual rag-chewing. MacLoggerDX supports close to a hundred... Read more
CQ WW DX Contest Just 8.5 days after the end of the 2015 CQ WW DX Contest Phone, I am happy to report that the raw scores for all entries recei... Read more
ARRL CEO Tom Gallagher, NY2RF — a New York City Marathon volunteer since 1981 — is urging radio amateurs in the New York metropolitan area to join him... Read more
RT Sytems and RFinder – The World Wide Repeater Directory bring integrated routing to radio progamming! Once again RFinder and RT Systems... Read more
The M2 KT36XA is the result of many hours spent on perfecting the original KLM KT-34XA through computer optimization confirmed by range and actual on-... Read more
Paul Ewing, N6PSE, is the founder of the Intrepid DX Group, who has organized and participated in eight DXpeditions to very rare DX and exotic locatio... Read more