The winning article for the October 2019 QST Cover Plaque award is “About Impedance Matching Circuits” by Ward Silver, NØAX.
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Short teaser of the on-board measurement equipment. This is by far not the final software, but it shows the hardware features we have, making life for... Read more
Is the MB1 Prime 2021 an HF Ham Radio or a computer? Or both? On today’s lunchtime livestream, I will hook up this radio and attempt some POTA c... Read more
In October, the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) Region 1 Monitoring System (IARUMS) newsletter reported on the continuing run of over-the-hor... Read more
The ST-4003W is a Windows based software, which allows you to set the radio’s time from your PC’s time by connecting your radio to a PC. T... Read more
Automatically input GPS location data from an Android™ device to the transceiver. Compatible with IC-7100, IC-9100, IC-9700, ID-4100A/E, and ID-5100A/... Read more
Just to give you some impression of the OnBoard Audio. It will not be HiFi, but do the job, in case you forgot your headphones 😉 Driven only by AtMega... Read more
Reviewing the Super Elastic Signal Stick Antenna by SignalStuff Features: Frequency range: Dual band version – 1/4 wave on 2 meter (144-148Mhz) and 3/... Read more
One of the key performance attributes of any radio receiver old or new, professional or domestic is its sensitivity. It needs to be able to be sensiti... Read more
Fantastic “must-see” entertaining and practical buildathon with Mike M0MSN & Callum showing the complete build of a 4:1 Balun. Read more
Dayton Hamvention® organizers are planning to mount the first in-person show in 2022, following 2 years of COVID-related cancellations. The event is s... Read more