A look at the types of equipment that new hams need to get started on their amateur radio journey, and the importance of doing your research.
By Julianne Pepitone Photo: John Anderson John Anderson (AJ7M), from Marysville, Washington on the air from home for the 2020 ARRL Field Day event, held June 27-28. Field Day is ham radio’s largest on-air annual event and demonstration.By J... Read more
“A DMR radio isn’t any good if it doesn’t have any frequencies or channels programmed into it. Programming your first DMR radio might feel a lit... Read more
Comet GP-15 Tri-Band VHF/UHF Base Vertical Antennas provide good gain figures on the 6-meter, 2-meter, and 70-centimeter bands in a compact 7.9 foot p... Read more
Grand Junction, Colorado – September 15, 2015 – Force 12 CEO Bill Hein was recently Googling for a low cost but ultra-accurate frequency r... Read more
Designed for Weak Signal, Tropo Scatter, Meteor Scatter, Digital, & Contest Operation! The BEKO HLV-1250 is a special 25th Anniversary Amplifier c... Read more