We’re sure you’ll agree, this is one of our best calendars to date! This fifteen month calendar – January 2016 through March 2017 – includes fifteen spectacular full-color images of some of the biggest, most photogenic Amateur Radio shacks, antennas, personalities and scenics in the country along with a few classics and homebrew projects thrown in for good measure!
Calendar also included dates of importance to Ham Radio operators, such as major contest and other operating events, meteor showers, phases of the moon and other astronomical information, plus important and popular holidays.
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The Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) Program is seeking formal and informal education institutions and organizations — individ... Read more
The IARU Monitoring System newsletter reports Dr. Titon Dutono YB3PET is now coordinator of IARUMS Region 3. He has had an interest in radio since ele... Read more
DESCRIPTION The LANDSEC ™ VTR1100 is a 1.6 MHz to 30 MHz, 125 W or 25 W selectable HF transceiver for co-located communications in vehicle installatio... Read more
“Today we’re on a fox hunt for a hidden transmitter. It’s just like the ‘Amazing Race’ but instead of getting clues, we... Read more
Getting Started On Ham Radio Satellites With Sean KX9X Read more
Kenneth Opskar, LA7GIA will be active from Comoros 14 – 23 September 2015 as D67GIA not D67A as announced earlier. He will operate on 40 –... Read more
A short-wave radio station is a radio communication device that operates at a wavelength of 100 to 10 meters (frequency of 3 to 30 MHz). Mainly used f... Read more
THE RUSSIAN WOODPECKER A Ukrainian victim of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster discovers a dark secret and must decide whether to risk his... Read more
Episode 179: A Christmas Truce, from HamRadioNow HRN YouTube Channel : Link Read more
by Ivo Klinkert, PA1IVO “A Multi-purpose Portable Setup – Working low-earth orbit satellites from any place Only a relatively simple setup... Read more
The winning article for the December 2018 QST Cover Plaque award is “Making Digital Contacts Through the ISS” by Patrick Stoddard, WD9EWK. The QST Cov... Read more
30 Ham Radio Contesting Tips: Schedule your Contests. The really great thing about contesting is they are regularly scheduled — regardless of g... Read more
DV4home The DV4home is another member of the successful family of DV4 products. As usual it supports all digital modes, while simplifying and extendin... Read more
Key features: Supports DMR (Brandmeister, DMRplus), D-Star (DCS, REF/DPlus), System Fusion (FCS) networks. More supported networks and features will b... Read more
Yaesu FT-891 – First Video on YouTube ! Here’s a short video about this new mobile HF radio, 6 to 160 meters only. No VHF/UHF and no digit... Read more
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