Craig Thompson, K9CT “Planning Your Contest Station.” Craig will reveal lessons learned from building the K9CT contest station. He takes us through the thought process of finding land, selecting the antennas, and the shack layout.A must for anyone looking to build a contest station or improve their existing station.
A video of the presentation by Certified Public Accountant Lynn Baxter, W0LTB, at the New England Amateur Radio Festival (NEAR-Fest) in October is now... Read more
This listing is for the Classic version of the DX Commander vertical. Ideally suited to Christmas Presents, Birthday Presents and for those people who... Read more
An Excellent Dual Band Yagi for 70/144MHz on a 2.4m boom and single feed point The 4-2-12 Dual Band Yagi has a total of 12 elements, 5 elements are us... Read more
Most handheld transceivers come equipped with so-called “rubber duck” antennas. They aren’t very efficient antennas, b... Read more
Morse Code contributed to the rescue of Colombian hostages – Read Full Article: Read more
How to work amateur radio satellites with your handheld (HT) radio Visit the Worldwide Radio Forum at worldwidedx.com Read more
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT)– If you want to talk to someone, it’s likely you reach for a cell phone, tablet, or computer. A group of people who gathered i... Read more