DX Records VHF /UHF / SHF Distance Records
Claimed North American Distance Records as of June 4, 2014. List maintained by Al Ward, W5LUA. Send corrections and additions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
North American Amateur Television (ATV) DX records are separately maintained by Tom O’Hara, W6ORG at http://www.hamtv.com/atvdxrecord.html.
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As you know, we want to give our international visitors opportunities they would not have elsewhere and we want to make the experience unforgettable. The Austrian amateur radio society has b... Read more
It’s been a long time coming, but the Amateur Service will get two new bands in the near future. The FCC on March 28 adopted rules that will allow secondary Amateur Radio access to 472-479 k... Read more
K6UDA Radio, The elmer show with attitude. This time I’m building a portable end fed wire antenna that deploys in minutes and is pretty cheap to build. Read more
by W3GAS The Yagi is one of the simplest directional antennas you can build today. There are no moving parts, and the Yagi can be matched to 50 OHM very easily using GAMMA or T-MATCH. My pr... Read more
JTAlert New Features: – Worked B4 ignore option for individual Wanted Alerts (DXCC, State, Zone, Grid, Prefix & Marathon). When enabled, a B4 station will still generate the Wanted... Read more
HF and VHF operation can be affected by noise on the bands which makes it hard to hear the weaker stations and adds to your fatigue. Many times the noise is coming just outside your doorway,... Read more
““Colton Ragsdale, 5 years old, passed (Mar.2015) the test missing only three questions! Colton plans to use his license for community service as a voluntary, noncommercial comm... Read more