A Guide to March 2021 Ham Radio Contests A Guide to March 2021 Ham Radio Contests
How Many, How Long: Advice for Installing Ground or Above Ground Radials How Many, How Long: Advice for Installing Ground or Above Ground Radials
New Products Showcase: Turnbuckles, Transceiver Key Line Splitters, and DX Engineering Logo Jackets New Products Showcase: Turnbuckles, Transceiver Key Line Splitters, and DX Engineering Logo Jackets
Ham Products for Effective Grounding and Lightning Protection: Single-Point Grounding Solutions Ham Products for Effective Grounding and Lightning Protection: Single-Point Grounding Solutions
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How Many, How Long: Advice for Installing Ground or Above Ground Radials

Installing a radial system is a must for any quarter-wave vertical antenna system. Without one, a vertical antenna is only half complete. The radials are the second half of the […]

Events

A Guide to March 2021 Ham Radio Contests

As the temperatures outside begin to rise, the contesting calendar begins to heat up as well, with a number of high-profile contests, a sprinkling of State QSO Parties, and some […]

Products & Product Reviews

New Products Showcase: Turnbuckles, Transceiver Key Line Splitters, and DX Engineering Logo Jackets

Don’t ever say that DX Engineering doesn’t offer a range of products! Here are three new offerings you’ll want for securing your towers, adding flexibility to your transceivers, and turning […]

Amateur Radio News

A Very Happy Birthday, and Many Thanks to Heinrich Hertz!

German physicist Heinrich Hertz (February 22, 1857-January 1, 1894) accomplished much in his short 36 years of life—most notably, proving the existence of electromagnetic waves during his tenure as professor […]

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Events

A Guide to March 2021 Ham Radio Contests

As the temperatures outside begin to rise, the contesting calendar begins to heat up as well, with a number of high-profile contests, a sprinkling of State QSO Parties, and some […]

HAM Radio 101

Ham Radio History: The Origins and Evolution of Radioteletype (RTTY) Mode

It may surprise some that the RTTY (Radioteletype) mode we use today can be traced back nearly 190 years. Carl Friedrich Gauss and Wilhelm Weber constructed the first telegraph in […]

Technical Articles

How Many, How Long: Advice for Installing Ground or Above Ground Radials

Installing a radial system is a must for any quarter-wave vertical antenna system. Without one, a vertical antenna is only half complete. The radials are the second half of the […]

Products & Product Reviews

New Products Showcase: Turnbuckles, Transceiver Key Line Splitters, and DX Engineering Logo Jackets

Don’t ever say that DX Engineering doesn’t offer a range of products! Here are three new offerings you’ll want for securing your towers, adding flexibility to your transceivers, and turning […]

Products & Product Reviews

Ham Products for Effective Grounding and Lightning Protection: Single-Point Grounding Solutions

One of the simple tricks of maintaining an effective grounding system for your station is to keep it neat and organized. Easier said than done, you say? It’s an issue […]

HAM Radio 101

My First Steps in Ham Radio

Radio bit me at a very early age, and it bit hard. At home in Urbana, Illinois, I was doing broadcast band DXing when I was four and had my […]

Products & Product Reviews

New Manufacturer Announcement: DX Engineering Welcomes GHD Telegraph Key!

CW fans take note. DX Engineering is now offering exceptional Morse code iambic paddles and straight keys from GHD Telegraph Key, featuring chrome finishing, aircraft-quality bearings, and gold- and/or silver-plated […]

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It’s All in the Cards! QSL Cards from Sint Maarten

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 […]

Technical Articles

Simple Filters from Transmission Line Stubs

In my previous article, I discussed overload from broadcast stations and the filters that could block those strong signals from getting to your radio. In this article, I’ll illustrate a […]

Amateur Radio News

A Very Happy Birthday, and Many Thanks to Heinrich Hertz!

German physicist Heinrich Hertz (February 22, 1857-January 1, 1894) accomplished much in his short 36 years of life—most notably, proving the existence of electromagnetic waves during his tenure as professor […]