Chris Turner, ZS6GM December 2023
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Power Hour Tech Talk … with Brian NB7KW/6
This is useful to read through every once in a while, especially for those who have had their licence for an extended period. It is helpful to get it right o...
This is glossary contains general definitions of typical amateur radio terms. Not all of the definition listed may apply to your specific model of radio. Con...
Fox hunting seems to be a favorite past time of Ham radio operators of yesteryear which seems to have been forgotten about along the way.
Presented by ZS6GL Graham Busse
Love them or hate them, the G5RV antenna has been around for some time. My first introduction to the concept was when I saw a ZS6BKW antenna, and I thought I...
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Morse code, also known as CW (Carrier Wave), is still a very common mode of communication between HF amateur radio operators today. Nearly 60 % of all DX-Pe...
“The antenna conslsts of a pair of onewavelength peri meter rectangular half-turn helical loops oriented 90” to each other an the same axis and fed in phase ...
There are many methods used in home brewing PCB’s. Here I reveal my tried and tested method by Noel, ZR6DX.
The term counterpoise has a long history in antenna engineering and amateur practice. Today, it may be among the most misused terms in amateur circles. Indee...
In order to use Ham Radio Deluxe or other logging programs to control your rig, you will require a CAT interface. Some radios supported by Ham Radio Deluxe a...