The March issue of Digital QST is now available for viewing on your desktop or laptop. Click here to view the issue. It is also available for reading on your Apple, Android, or Kindle Fire device.
● Get on 6 meters with an easy-to-build transceiver.
● Build a multicolor LED field strength indicator.
● Try an 80-meter end-fed antenna.
● Discover National Parks on the Air – Canadian style.
…and much more!
Enjoy Content You Won’t Find in the Print Edition…
● See our video review of the Elecraft KPA1500 HF and 6-meter linear amplifier
Every issue of QST is filled with the news and features you need to keep active in Amateur Radio.
Here we take a look at the brand new L-Band Patch antenna from RTL-SDR Blog. This antenna is designed to work with Inmarsat, Iridium and GPS signals. Read more
Comparing the Elecraft KX2 and the Icom IC-705. Which should I buy? Read more
Frank Howell, K4FMH, followed up his two-part National Contest Journal (NCJ) series, “The Demographics of Contesting,” with a post to his Social Circu... Read more
Nick, KC3PWJ, has a flagpole and also a pole that holds up his VHF/UHF discone. He’d like to string a 20m dipole between the two poles, but is w... Read more
Radio amateurs are invited to take part in the MARS exercise now under way until April 10 in support of the US Department of Defense. The five USB cha... Read more
New from Yaesu, the FTDX-10 HF Transceiver – today I’ve invited Sean, W9FFF, from the Ham Radio Dude channel to go though all of the menu... Read more
Renewing Your Amateur Radio License thru FCC Universal Licensing System Read more
A New Sunspot & More Aurora while A Mars Helicopter Preps for Flight | Space Weather News 04.05.2021
A New Sunspot & More Aurora while A Mars Helicopter Preps for Flight | Space Weather News 04.05.2021 Read more
Today we are checking out the NanoVNA-H4 analyzer. This little gem does a lot more than just SWR, so check out this video and other videos on YouTube... Read more