In the midst of packing for my DXpedition / SCUBA dive trip to San Salvador Island, I felt the need to start a series on designing and building a portable ham radio station in a motorhome. Since mine was already done, We bought a new motorhome so I can start all over again. Also, wanna make a QSO with me on DXpedition? Watch this episode.
By Leah Binkovitz In a large shed off a gravel drive, several men gather around a radio. For 22 hours, they’ve been scanning the airwaves trying to make contact with other operators. Because of storms, though, they haven’t had m... Read more
During the Northern Hemisphere Summer Es season the use of 50.313 MHz for FT8 contacts has become very congested, and stations are now using 50.323 MH... Read more