1999 marked the last time a commercial Morse code message was supposedly transmitted to ships at sea. However, if you travel on the backroads to Point Reyes, Morse code is alive and well at KPH Maritime Radio Station thanks to the help of Maritime Radio Historical Society and National Park Service.
“Antenna Wire” is the topic of the latest (January 18) episode of the “ARRL The Doctor is In” podcast. Listen…and learn! More than a half-mill... Read more
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The Chameleon CHA-MPAS 2.0 just might be the best portable Ham Radio antenna that you can get today, due to its versatile configurations and compact s... Read more
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In this video I go through the building of a paint can dummy load that a ham radio operator may require for testing and tu... Read more
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