EMCOMM: Emergency Disaster Kits for Home and Car EMCOMM: Emergency Disaster Kits for Home and Car
The Benefits of Single-Country DX Contests—Whether Inside or Outside! The Benefits of Single-Country DX Contests—Whether Inside or Outside!
DX Engineering Winter Purchasing Guide (Part 4): DX Engineering PaddlePads DX Engineering Winter Purchasing Guide (Part 4): DX Engineering PaddlePads
It’s All in the Cards! QSL Cards from Honduras It’s All in the Cards! QSL Cards from Honduras
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EMCOMM: Emergency Disaster Kits for Home and Car

Are you prepared for an emergency? During and after an emergency, you (and possibly your family) may need to survive on your own for an undetermined amount of time. Being […]

Events

The Benefits of Single-Country DX Contests—Whether Inside or Outside!

The contest calendar is just packed with DX contests! And so are the bands—you can hear “CQ Contest” every weekend, on phone and CW and digital modes. You can enter […]

Products & Product Reviews

DX Engineering Winter Purchasing Guide (Part 4): DX Engineering PaddlePads

Today’s DX Engineering Winter Purchasing Guide post features an ingenious device that has saved countless CW operators a mountain of grief and contributed to more than a few contest victories. […]

Amateur Radio News

The Hurricane Watch Network: Another Way for Hams to Help Out

The Hurricane Watch Network (HWN) is a ham-run organization that safeguards communities against the threat of hurricanes. The network activates when a system reaches hurricane status, is within 30 miles […]

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EMCOMM: Emergency Disaster Kits for Home and Car

Are you prepared for an emergency? During and after an emergency, you (and possibly your family) may need to survive on your own for an undetermined amount of time. Being […]

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Guide to December 2021 Ham Radio Contests

As we reach the end of another unusual and socially-distanced year, operators everywhere have their collective digits crossed that 2022 will yield more up-close-and-personal encounters of the ham radio kind. […]

Events

The Benefits of Single-Country DX Contests—Whether Inside or Outside!

The contest calendar is just packed with DX contests! And so are the bands—you can hear “CQ Contest” every weekend, on phone and CW and digital modes. You can enter […]

Products & Product Reviews

DX Engineering Winter Purchasing Guide (Part 4): DX Engineering PaddlePads

Today’s DX Engineering Winter Purchasing Guide post features an ingenious device that has saved countless CW operators a mountain of grief and contributed to more than a few contest victories. […]

HAM Radio 101

Hams You Should Know: Donald R. Farnsworth, W6TTB

CW (Continuous Wave) continues to be a popular and much-cherished amateur radio mode that captivates hams the world over for a variety of reasons. Ask a CW fan what fascinates […]

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It’s All in the Cards! QSL Cards from Honduras

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 […]

HAM Radio 101

EMCOMM: The Importance of Social Media

Does social media have a place in the ham radio world? Some say they don’t need it because they have ham radio and it is all they will ever need. […]

Products & Product Reviews

DX Engineering Winter Purchasing Guide (Part 3): DX Engineering Maxi-Core® 20 Baluns and Feedline Choke

There’s still plenty of opportunity to spend time in the backyard upgrading your operation before winter’s grip takes hold. If you were frustrated with your station’s performance in 2021, a […]

HAM Radio 101

DX Engineering Free Mast Load Estimator Tool

While you’re checking out the newly designed website at DXEngineering.com, you’ll discover that DX Engineering is about more than carrying the latest and greatest gear for amateur radio operators. Our […]

Technical Articles

Improving Your Low-Band Vertical

Here we are, just past the solar minimum with Cycle 25 just getting started. Fall is a great time for HF propagation as we’ve discussed earlier. Should you focus on […]