There are dozens of QRP rig designs and new kits that pop up each year, the majority of which are reiterations of previous designs. For the past ten years it […]
Last night after I had enough of writing software code I decided to turn on 160 meters. There was a contest going on, the CQ 160 meter CW contest. I […]
What blog wouldn’t be complete without the New Year’s resolutions? Like everyone else in amateur radio blogademia, I’ve got some resolutions for 2014: Get my contest CW speed up to […]
I have published a page on my Frankenrotator project, a cheap homebrew azimuth and elevation rotation system using a Yaesu rotator mated with a Radio Shack TV rotator. The brain […]
Last year QRZ.com made accusations that callsign database sites HamQTH.com and QRZCQ.com stole QRZ callbook data, citing planted fake callsigns in the QRZ database appearing in their databases. Both HamQTH and […]
This is how we need to talk up amateur radio.
Ham Radio Deluxe has announced that the final free version of HRD will be removed from their servers September 1, 2013. After the HRD freeware product was sold by its […]