Issue 242 of Amateur Radio Weekly
June 11th, 2022
TAP: An alternative to Morse Code
This mode has roots to ancient Greece. No training is required, start using it immediately.
FCC proposes to fine Ham for firefighting interference
The $34,000 fine would the largest of its kind.
FT8 and the Magic Band
Things are a little different on 6m compared to operating FT8 on HF and here are a few things for newcomers that might help.
HAMRS: An elegant and simple logger
A simple, portable logger tailored for activities like Parks on the Air.
Pairing the Buddipole PowerMini 2 with folding panels and the FT-817ND.
How Is Voyager still talking after all these years?
The DSN telescopes have to dig a signal that has faded to the attowatt (10
Hack A Day
Narrowband vs. Broadband
The “broader” or wider the channel, the greater the data-carrying capacity.
SOTA and Marconi - Countryfile Excerpt
The team visit Flat Holm, an island perched in the middle of the Bristol Channel and the birthplace of radio.
Amateur satellite pass demo
ARRL members Tom KB5FHK & Sloan N3UPS lead us through making an amateur satellite radio contact from a parking lot.
How to comply with FCC RF exposure rules
In May 2021, new FCC rules regarding exposure to RF energy went into effect.
ARRLHQ / W1RF
IORT FM radio on the 4m band
Strong IORT signals from Eastern Europe
2022 ARRL Field Day is
. New to Field Day?
Shortwave Radiogram June 9-14 in MFSK digital modes:
16 channel screenless dual-band analog HT with 1700 mAh (12.58 Wh) Li-ion Battery.
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