The Radio Amateur Society of Australia is pleased to announce the release of a new E-magazine for Amateur Radio in Australia.
The magazine, QTC, named after the Q-code “I have a message for you” will be published every two months.
In this first issue of QTC, we have news and updates about regulations, and information on our 60m submission in response to the ACMA’s Consultation paper. There’s a “Getting started” regular column, with this issue covering HF DX-ing.
There’s also a regular column on how you can deal with QRM and RFI in your shack. This month we have a feature technical article on 3-Phase Power Converters.
QTC may be downloaded from the link below:
Here we take a look at the Q900 Version 3 Ham Transceiver which covers all ham bands from 160m up to 70cm. Q900 we introduced an ultra portable full r... Read more
IC-PW2 Industry First Digital Pre-Distortion (DPD) Function Single Operator Two Radios (SO2R) with One IC-PW2 Read more
Cheap Ham Radio Handhelds Back to practical range testing. Today we have four popular ham radio handhelds that all sell under $100.00. Read more
Radioddity GD-88 The GD-88 contains two independent VFOs that allow dual-band operation on VHF and UHF channels. With dual mode, the GD-88 allows a sm... Read more
Retevis RT9000D High power RT9000D mobile transceiver provides more longer transmission distance than other radios suitable for flat areas, such as co... Read more
Android SDR App SDR MUST be plugged in before starting SDR++ and you MUST press refresh in the SDR source you’re using befor... Read more
Dayton Hamvention® is offering a free mobile app for smartphones and tablets to help attendees navigate the large-scale event, which runs May 20 – 22... Read more
FT8 is a mode in the WSJT-X software developed by Dr Joe Taylor K1JT. In this video I show how to get started and make contacts with FT8, introduction... Read more