Issue 237 of Amateur Radio Weekly
Issue 237 of Amateur Radio Weekly
Amateur Radio Weekly
Issue 237 May 7th, 2022

Top links

3D mapping ADIF logs
M0MOM has developed an application that maps QSOs based on ADIF logs. Exportable to Google Earth.
Hamword: Wordle for Ham Radio over Winlink
The goal of this game is to give hams a way to practice their Winlink skills while having some fun guessing an unknown five-letter word.
Ham.Live: Net management software
Manage net check-ins and more with this interactive, online service.
A 3D printed portable wind turbine for hikers/SOTA
Charging devices at night: a portable wind turbine that folds up to the size of a 2L soda bottle.
Hack A Day
Special event: Amelia Earhart's transatlantic flight
Radio Amateurs will be on the air to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the transatlantic crossing by pioneering aviator Amelia Earhart.
Four myths about Ham Radio QRP operating
Let's dispel these four big myths about QRP operating.
On All Bands
Decoding James Webb Space Telescope
In this post I give a description of the telemetry of JWST and do a first look at the telemetry data.
Daniel Estévez


History: Hams jailed during WW I
Simply posessing Amateur Radio equipment landed many Hams in prison during World War I.
Ringway Manchester
The rise and fall of Ham Radio operators world wide
Amateur Radio operator numbers worldwide from 2000 to 2022.
Ham Radio DX
How electricity actually works
Energy does not flow in wires.
Numbers stations: A mysterious phenomenon of shortwave radio
The radio signals are secret messages sent by intelligence agencies to undercover spies all over the world, but no government has ever acknowledged their existence.

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