EMCOMM: Emergency Power Options EMCOMM: Emergency Power Options
New Products Spotlight: Look What’s New at DX Engineering from Comet and the Radio Society of Great Britain New Products Spotlight: Look What’s New at DX Engineering from Comet and the Radio Society of Great Britain
Superheterodyne, SDR, Hybrid SDR: Which is Best? Superheterodyne, SDR, Hybrid SDR: Which is Best?
It’s All in the Cards! QSL Cards from Guinea-Bissau It’s All in the Cards! QSL Cards from Guinea-Bissau
Technical Articles

EMCOMM: Emergency Power Options

The portable rigs are ready to go. The antennas are chosen and packed. But there are plenty of other needs to think about before you head off for a remote […]

Events

Guide to October 2021 Ham Radio Contests

Buckle up for Contest Season! Here are a few October highlights to keep you busy: QRP ARCI Fall QSO Party: October 9, 0000Z to 2359Z. The QRP Amateur Radio Club […]

Products & Product Reviews

New Products Spotlight: Look What’s New at DX Engineering from Comet and the Radio Society of Great Britain

Today’s blog post runs the gamut from a powerful, portable receiving antenna from Comet to a wealth of ham radio references from the Radio Society of Great Britain: Handheld Scanner […]

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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Technical Articles

EMCOMM: Emergency Power Options

The portable rigs are ready to go. The antennas are chosen and packed. But there are plenty of other needs to think about before you head off for a remote […]

Products & Product Reviews

New Products Spotlight: Look What’s New at DX Engineering from Comet and the Radio Society of Great Britain

Today’s blog post runs the gamut from a powerful, portable receiving antenna from Comet to a wealth of ham radio references from the Radio Society of Great Britain: Handheld Scanner […]

Technical Articles

Superheterodyne, SDR, Hybrid SDR: Which is Best?

Software Defined Radios (SDR) have become popular with hams over the last few years. Many own one, and those who don’t have certainly heard of them. What is an SDR […]

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 […]

Photo Galleries

It’s All in the Cards! QSL Cards from Guinea-Bissau

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: A Look at How ARES and FEMA are Structured

The Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) is comprised of four levels: National, Section, District, and Local. The National level is run by the ARRL Field Services Manager, who maintains contact […]

Products & Product Reviews

New Product Spotlight: ICOM Third- Generation D-STAR Repeater

Icom America announced the release of its third-generation D-STAR Repeater, which supports analog, D-STAR, and a mixed mode configuration. While analog operation is for local communications, you can combine the […]

Extending the Life of Your Antenna System
Technical Articles

Extending the Life of Your Antenna System

Wouldn’t it be great if your antenna system would work forever without any maintenance? Put it up once and enjoy it indefinitely–no tower climbing, cleaning connections, or replacing corroded parts. […]

Products & Product Reviews

New Product Spotlight: Antenna Zoning Book, Third Edition

As far too many hams know, the excitement and anticipation of putting up a new antenna can easily be squashed by bureaucratic snafus and piles of regulations that reach as […]

Products & Product Reviews

Coaxial Cable Connectors and Accessories (Part 1): Getting Started

Over the past few months, OnAllBands has devoted considerable space to the coaxial cables so vital to operating an effective ham radio station. Just search on “Coaxial” and you can […]