M1KTA’s QRP ham radio blog: Some antennas… and one of …


Some antennas… and one of SotaBeams Wirewinders. Now got the antennas all up. Had to put up the Union flag on the 10/12/25/17/20. Light house, 80m dipole (I can use almost vertical down too and bottom feed so it is a …

Source: m1kta-qrp.blogspot.com

Nice discussion from M1KTA on the kinds of antennas he uses during QRP operations.  His blog also contains a variety of interesting articles, including the Elecraft KX3, the W3EDP antenna, a review of the Chinese Rock Mite QRP transmitter, a look at the GY560 frequency counter, and a photo essay on a lightning strike.  Aloha de Russ (KH6JRM).

See on Scoop.itKH6JRM’s Amateur Radio Blog

Stand by for TX Factor Episode 4 | Southgate Amateur Radio News


The countdown has begun. TX Factor Episode 4 hits the screens at 00.01 BST on Friday 25th July (Amateur Radio – Stand by for TX Factor Episode 4: The countdown has begun. TX Factor Episode 4…

Source: www.southgatearc.org

The UK Amateur Radio television program, “TX Factor”, episode 4 will be aired on Friday, 25 July 2014, at 00.01 British Standard Time (BST). The program covers “our visit to Europe’s biggest rally at Ham Radio Freidrichshafen, Germany.”  The program also features interviews and “the latest scoop on Yaesu‘s new System Fusion.”  Aloha de Russ (KH6JRM).

See on Scoop.itKH6JRM’s Amateur Radio Blog

The Ultimate QRP Ham Radio Antenna Tuner


See on Scoop.itKH6JRM’s Amateur Radio Blog

Today I will show you the ultimate QRP ham radio antenna tuner. The LDG-Z-817 will make your QRP dxing a whole lot more simply. This tuner is made to work wi…

Russ Roberts‘s insight:

A concise (7:43) video demonstrating the use of the LDG-Z-817 antenna “tuner”, which the author calls “The Ultimate QRP ham radio tuner.”  The LDG-Z-817 was designed specifically for the popular Yaesu-817 ND line of transceivers.  Aloha de Russ (KH6JRM).

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