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“Welcome to the ARRL’s portal for Amateur Radio technology!
This page provides links to some of the technical facets of Amateur or “Ham” Radio. Hams use a lot of wireless technology that is of interest well beyond the amateur bands – antennas, feed lines, towers, receivers, transmitters, digital protocols and networks. Along with the topics of radio, you’ll also find the hams-eye view of microprocessors, power supplies, audio, instrumentation, and electronics of all stripes. Hams are into the science of solar and space phenomena, geophysics, and satellites, among other things. We hope you’ll find something interesting and useful to you in the world of Amateur Radio.” – Read Full Article:
Operating mode: A1A(CW)，A3E(AM)，J3E(USB/LSB)，F3E(FM) minimum frequency stepping: 1Hz Antenna impedance: 50Ω Operating temperature range: -10℃ ~ +60℃ F... Read more
“This past weekend I found some interesting results from medium wave DXing with both models of Wellbrook Imperium loop antennas at the “fabled”... Read more
“Part 2 of my look at the Chameleon MPAS 2.0 Modular Portable Antenna System. I set the antenna up in the horizontal NVIS (Near Vertical Inciden... Read more
Amateur Radio repeaters and TV (ATV) have helped to keep the broader community informed on the local status of widespread fires in Southern California... Read more
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