“MFJ recently announced two new Morse Code straight keys, the MFJ-566M with a metal base and the MFJ-566P with a plastic base. These small, 3D-printed keys are priced right (under US$30) and have a nice “feel” to them. I purchased the MFJ-566M and put it through its paces. I also compare it to a classic World War II-era J-38 straight key. CW is great. Welcome aboard!”
“N6XI made a presentation to NCCC featuring the N1MM+ Spectrum Display. It covers why you would want to use a spectrum display and why it is bet... Read more
ARRL has produced and is making available the downloadable video, “What is Amateur Radio?” to use at club meetings and at public events, including ARR... Read more
The ARRL Foundation has announced the 2019 recipients the scholarships it administers. The ARRL Foundation General Fund Scholarship, $2,000 each Maris... Read more
GIBSON, Pa. — One person is dead after falling while trying to make repairs to a ham radio in Susquehanna County. The coroner tells Newsw... Read more
Product Dimensions and Weight Product Length: 25.0000M Product Widtg: 1.0280M A 3 element LFA-Q (Super-rigid Quad-style) Super-Light Quad Style Yagi f... Read more
Vertical Antenna 8 bands trapped (10-12-15-17-20-30-40-80m) with wire radials 1/4 lambda for each one band.
10-40m Full bands coverage. 80m about 120Kc/s RF chocke for electrostatic protection. 2 KW pep SO239 Technical specifications: Height: 11.3 m approxim... Read more