EMCOMM in Action: Providing Communications Support for the Pan Ohio Hope Ride EMCOMM in Action: Providing Communications Support for the Pan Ohio Hope Ride
It’s All in the Cards! QSL Cards from the Comoros Islands It’s All in the Cards! QSL Cards from the Comoros Islands
Etiquette in Amateur Radio Etiquette in Amateur Radio
New Product Spotlight: Review of the Monitor Sensors Power+SWR Meter New Product Spotlight: Review of the Monitor Sensors Power+SWR Meter
FT8

FT8: Saving or Destroying Ham Radio?

Let me start by saying that this is an OPINION PIECE. Everybody has an opinion. Everyone is entitled to his or her opinion. I try to explore all sides, but […]

EMCOMM

EMCOMM in Action: Providing Communications Support for the Pan Ohio Hope Ride

The Pan Ohio Hope Ride (POHR) is a noncompetitive one–, two–, or four-day cycling event that supports the American Cancer Society. Either as an individual or part of a team, […]

Antenna Tech

An Overview of Beverage Receiving Antennas–What Makes Them So Special?

(Thanks to the ARRL for sharing Figures 1-3 from the article “The Beverage Antenna, 100 Years Later” in the November 2021 issue of QST—see the reference list below.) There is […]

Product Reviews

New Product Spotlight: Review of the Monitor Sensors Power+SWR Meter

Editor’s Note: We had longtime ham and guest blogger Wayne Smith, K8FF, put the Power+SWR Meter from Monitor Sensors through its paces, assessing its design, ease of use, functionality, and […]

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Amateur Radio News

The Yasme Foundation–Part of DX History

Editor’s Note: Thanks especially to Hamgallery.com, managed by Tom Roscoe, K8CX, for several of the images used here. There are many, many more wonderful photos and graphics on his website […]

HAM Radio 101

Hams You Should Know: Walter Cronkite, KB2GSD: A Life on the Air

Known to the rest of the world as the “Most trusted man in America,” Walter Cronkite, KB2GSD, is revered among radio enthusiasts as the “Most trusted Ham in Amateur Radio,” […]

EMCOMM

EMCOMM in Action: Providing Communications Support for the Pan Ohio Hope Ride

The Pan Ohio Hope Ride (POHR) is a noncompetitive one–, two–, or four-day cycling event that supports the American Cancer Society. Either as an individual or part of a team, […]

Products & Product Reviews

New Product Spotlight: Eton Elite 750 AM/FM/LW/SW Portable Radio

In August, OnAllBands announced that DX Engineering was now carrying shortwave radios, weather alert radios, and home emergency products from Eton Corporation—a Palo Alto, California-based company with an exceptional track […]

Photo Galleries

It’s All in the Cards! QSL Cards from the Comoros Islands

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 details […]

Technical Articles

Family-Friendly GMRS Radios

The General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) today is what CB radio was originally intended to be–a group of frequencies shared by individuals who maintained a civil environment on the air, […]

HAM Radio 101

Hams You Should Know: Bharathi Prasad, VU2RBI, the Operator Who Took on the Indian Ocean Tsunami to Save Lives

In 2004, Bharathi Prasad, VU2RBI, packed her bags to lead the Andaman Islands DXpedition that she had darn near begged Indian government officials to allow her and a small team […]

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HAM Radio 101

Etiquette in Amateur Radio

Whether you have a brand-new license, haven’t been active in a long time, or just need a little refresher, it is understandable that getting on the air can be intimidating […]

Product Reviews

New Product Spotlight: Review of the Monitor Sensors Power+SWR Meter

Editor’s Note: We had longtime ham and guest blogger Wayne Smith, K8FF, put the Power+SWR Meter from Monitor Sensors through its paces, assessing its design, ease of use, functionality, and […]

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Serving the Needs of Others Through Ham Radio—a Personal Story

Editor’s Note: At OnAllBands, we love personal stories about what fuels people’s interest in ham radio. Even better when the story comes from one of the DX Engineering team—the folks […]