Laurence, WA2TLY, is asking some questions about a few aspects of the EFHW 80-10 antenna, Why they are there and what they are for?
A standard AA-30 analyzer but without enclosure, LCD display and keypad. But .ZERO is even more powerful than the good old AA-30. Description RigExper... Read more
The winner of the July 2015 QST Cover Plaque award is Steve Lawrence, WB6RSE, for his article “Rebuilding a Receiving Flag Antenna for 160 Meters.” Th... Read more
“In this video is almost all the Rigexpert antenna analyzers, thanks to GigaParts.com for letting me borrow them all. I will be making some vide... Read more
Jim W6LG your YouTube Elmer shows the progress on the MA40 Tower Installation that will be limited to 30 feet above the terrain as allowed by Ordinanc... Read more
“There are some confusing trends in Baofeng Ham Radios that I think I need to speak about. These talking points come directly from the MANY ques... Read more
Four radio amateurs will head to the International Space Station (ISS) aboard a commercial flight, thanks to Amateur Radio on the International Space... Read more
The GENESIS-L and GENESIS-N ham radio satellites were among several carrying amateur radio payloads lost following the failure of the Firefly Alpha ro... Read more