Get Ready for the Hamvention® QSO Party! A Guide to Upcoming Ham Radio Contests Get Ready for the Hamvention® QSO Party! A Guide to Upcoming Ham Radio Contests
Spring Station Inspection Tips Spring Station Inspection Tips
What’s Shortwave Listening and What Equipment Do You Need? What’s Shortwave Listening and What Equipment Do You Need?
It’s All in the Cards: QSL Cards from the Ivory Coast It’s All in the Cards: QSL Cards from the Ivory Coast
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Spring Station Inspection Tips

As I am writing (March 23, 2020) more and more of us are staying home and maybe spending time in our Ham stations. We are fortunate to have amateur radio […]

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Get Ready for the Hamvention® QSO Party! A Guide to Upcoming Ham Radio Contests

As we all practice prudent social interaction in the days ahead, operating from our home stations can be a great way to ease the stress by reaching out to our […]

Products & Product Reviews

Top of Honor Roll with a Butternut Antenna!

Editor’s Note: Butternut has been a respected brand and antenna design for decades. DX Engineering felt strongly enough to step in and acquire this company when it was closing its […]

Amateur Radio News

International All Youth Contesting Team to Compete in 2020 CQ WPX CW at K3LR Superstation

Tim Duffy, K3LR, Chief Executive Officer of DX Engineering, is once again giving some talented young Hams the opportunity of a lifetime in a high-profile contest. Seven youth from five […]

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Video: 2 Meter FM vs. HF FT8—a Head to Head SOTA Challenge

On a brutally cold and windy day in North Wales, SOTABeams’ Richard, G3CWI, operated an HT on 2 meter FM from two SOTA (Summits On The Air) locations while another […]

Events

Get Ready for the Hamvention® QSO Party! A Guide to Upcoming Ham Radio Contests

As we all practice prudent social interaction in the days ahead, operating from our home stations can be a great way to ease the stress by reaching out to our […]

Technical Articles

Spring Station Inspection Tips

As I am writing (March 23, 2020) more and more of us are staying home and maybe spending time in our Ham stations. We are fortunate to have amateur radio […]

HAM Radio 101

Hams You Should Know: Phil Gildersleeve

Born in 1908 in Portland, Connecticut, Amateur Radio cartoonist Phil Gildersleeve helped define the face of Amateur Radio with his role as longtime cartoonist for QST magazine. He worked at […]

Technical Articles

What’s Shortwave Listening and What Equipment Do You Need?

While many Hams have the gift of gab or prefer making contact with other operators through Morse code or RTTY, there are millions of radio enthusiasts content to practice a […]

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It’s All in the Cards: QSL Cards from the Ivory Coast

Editor’s Note: Every month, DX Engineering features QSL cards from our team members’ personal collections. To highlight upcoming DXpeditions, we’ll be displaying a few of our favorite cards along with […]

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Word of the Day: WAC (Worked All Continents Award)

If you’re relatively new to DXing, the thought of “Working the World” may seem daunting. Yes, it may be a “Small World After All” in Disney-speak, but in Ham terminology, […]

HAM Radio 101

What Is an End-Fed Half-Wave (EFHW) Antenna?

The popular End-Fed Half-Wave (EFHW) Antenna is an easily portable, high-impedance (2,000-4,000 ohm) wire antenna that resonates on its fundamental frequency and all harmonics above. Several ways exist to bring […]

Technical Articles

Low-Power Operating: How to Do More With Less

My Ham radio career began like many others. I got a used 100-watt rig, threw a dipole in a tree, and started making contacts. Then I got hooked on working […]

Technical Articles

How-To: Demonstration of Radio Analog’s Panadapter Module for Icom IC-7300

Think one of Icom’s most beloved transceivers, the IC-7300, couldn’t get any better? Think again. IC-7300 owners who have always wanted to view the rig’s panadapter in an easier-to-see format […]