The September edition 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.
● Build an active receiving antenna for the medium and long-wavelength bands.
● Put your classic rig on digital modes with an easy interface.
● Discover the relationship between radio and the paranormal.
● Find out who pays for DXpeditions – and how much.
…and much more!
Enjoy Content You Won’t Find in the Print Edition…
● Watch our video review of the Icom IC-7610 HF and 6-meter transceiver.
Every issue of QST is filled with the news and features you need to keep active in Amateur Radio.
Description： The Baofeng BF-F9+TP is the upgraded version of BF-F9+ with the trip power 1w/4w/8W/. With its 128 channel capacity and up to 12 hours of... Read more
Explain my basic setup for APRS which uses a Baofeng UV-5R HT and Android phone running APRSdroid and test it by shipping it to Indiana! For mo... Read more
WOUXUN have recently announced a new radio coming to market in Q1 2016 and this will be a DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) and also come complete with analo... Read more
The Yaesu FT5DR is shipping fast from Ham Radio Outlet, I got mine today, so lets test is out against its brothers, the FT3DR and FT2DR Read more
“From the Huntsville Hamfest, we sit down with Bob, W2CYK, and he shows us the new P10 Tablet from RFinder with RTL-SDR Receive and the traditio... Read more
Model KA1-DP Gain/Size Frequency Range 7-50 Element 1 Number of Elements for Each Band 7-50MHz DP Longest Element（m） 10.4 Power Rating 7/10MHz 1.2kW S... Read more
The Light Beam Multi-band Antenna has been developed for Hams who want one antenna which enables them to operate on multiple amateur bands. Bas... Read more
What Is SecureSet™? Secure Set is an inert plastic, high-density, closed cell, polyurethane water blown foam. Secure Set contains no CFC’s or HF... Read more
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. Read more
“Here we take a look at the ADALM-PLUTO frequency expansion modification to give us 70 MHz through to 6GHz. Mine actually went as low as 46MHz!!... Read more
Custom Coax Cables “Mark, W8BBQ shows how easy it is to use the DX Engineering Custom Cable Builder. Just four easy steps! The builder lets you... Read more
This app was developed to help HAMs during DX operation, cluster viewing and award tracking. Main Features: * Send alerts to user devices – Our backgr... Read more
Coax Line from Federico Romano, IW2MVI is a simple and fast app that allow you to calculate the loss of your coax line and calculate power output from... Read more
Wizkers:Radio is a controller for various Amateur Radio equipments. At the moment, it supports several Elecraft radios and amplifiers, as well as the... Read more
Rfinder Tom W3ZX, a visually impaired ham gives a great demo on Android using TalkBack for the visually impaired. See More: http://www.rfinder.net/blo... Read more
SatSat, by Fabrice Aneche is a satellite tracking software, for radio amateurs, scientists or hobbyists. It displays current and next passes for any s... Read more