N4PBQ discusses the differences of learning to send Morse code on a straight key versus a paddle.
For many years, unidentified radio broadcasts have been transmitting coded messages, using numbers, such as “6-7-9-2-6. 5-6-9-9-0.” Even today, tuning across the HF spectrum typically will yield a “numbers station,” a mechanical-sounding vo... Read more
Jim, W6LG looks at http://www.sherweng.com/table.html website with extensive detail about receiver performance. Read more
Testing out an LNR 10-20-40 MKII end fed antenna matchbox with a 30 meter wire on the WSPRlite Antenna Performance Analysis System (WSPR beacon). Rece... Read more
Today many Hams encounter big problems when they want to install a good antenna. Many live in an apartment building, or in an area where the rules do... Read more
Radio Waves The modern world is awash in a sea of radio waves — currents of electromagnetic radiation upon which our digital lives depend. What if you... Read more