Top Amateur Radio Websites - Issue 1910

Home Brew Fold Over Tower, Online Live Azimuthal map, Shortened 80m Antenna, Choosing the correect Ferrite, Common Mode Currents on Coax, Receiving the QO-100 GeoSat

Top Amateur Radio Websites - Issue 1911

A Micro QRP Transceiver Project, A Short Course On Baluns , EFHW autotransformer comparison, MiniTioune receiver project, Building equipment for Quatar OSCAR 100, Amateur Radio Artworks by K4ICY, QO-100 Basic Information

DX Pedition Audio Recordings

Internet and Radio/Sounds
A collection of audio recordings of some DX Peditions used as case studies to evaluate dxspedition operatios behaviour and calling stations. These audio files are excerpts from real pileups recorded directly off the air in MP3 format

Top Amateur Radio Websites - Issue 1912

Multi Band Slinky Doublet Antenna, SWR ANTENNA ANALYZER + WSPR TX, How to make a MMDVM Digital Repeater, Solar power in a Can, Velocity Factor of Coax Cables, 5W CW Transceiver From QRP Labs, Quatar Oscar 100 Presentation by AMSAT DL, 5X3C Log Online, Oscar 100 Bandplan, SG Laboratory Ltd

QSO map generator

Operating Aids/Maps
With this tool it is possible to create QSO maps overlay on Google maps there each QSO get a line from the home location to each DX location. The creation will only use complete locator in the 6 characters format.

Pass Recorder

Software/Audio Recorders
Pass Recorder is a small application that records audio from satellite passes based on tracking data it receives from the commonly used SatPC32 application

World Amateur Radio Day 2019

Every April 18, radio amateurs worldwide take to the airwaves in celebration of World Amateur Radio Day. It was on this day in 1925 that the International Amateur Radio Union was formed in Paris.

EME Dish Antenna Project

A 3.2m EME dish project that provides a better performance on 1296 MHz (10+dB sun noise vs. 6dB with my 432 array) and an even better performance on 2304 MHz


Operating Modes/VHF UHF
Free to download PDF book about operating The VHF/UHF bands written in the early to mid-1990s by a team of experienced VHF/UHF DXers and equipment developers, in an effort to pass on their knowledge and stimulate further developments.