The winner of the January 2016 QST Cover Plaque award is “All-Mode 1 kHz to 1.7 GHz SDR Receiver” by James Forkin, WA3TFS.
The QST Cover Plaque Award — given to the author or authors of the most popular article in each issue — is determined by a vote of ARRL members on the QSTCover Plaque Poll web page. Cast a ballot for your favorite article in the February issue today.
An Amateur Radio special event on December 11 will commemorate the 95th anniversary of the first transatlantic shortwave reception between Greenwich,... Read more
Walk-through steps for manually programming the BaoFeng handheld radios. Easily program your BaoFeng for Repeater or Simplex Channels along with addin... Read more
Amplifier, HT, VHF, Solid State, 144-148 MHz, 3/50 W In, 200/200 W Out, UHF Fem, SO-239, 13.8 Vdc, 25 A, Each Add this amp to your 2 Meter HTor mobile... Read more
The TEN-TEC Rebel model 506 transceiver is designed with the purpose of providing Ham Radio operators a platform for developing and writing code using... Read more
The ARRL has begun offering a new Girl Scouts “Radio and Wireless Technology” patch program that offers opportunities for participants to learn about... Read more
Photo : Oasis Brightstowe students learning about radio communications in preparation for the ARISS contact – Credit UK Space Agency The Amateur Radio... Read more
Over 400 people attended the Icom Amateur Radio Festival on December 10th 2016. The main star attraction was the unveiling of the latest, prototype ve... Read more
Radio wave propagation and more Technician exam question. Read more
By Mike Truelsen A man died Thursday after he fell 50 feet off a radio tower on Mount Lemmon. The fall happened at 11:45 a.m, according to the Pima Co... Read more