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Technical Articles

10 Meter Band Tips: Upgrade Your Antenna for Maximum Results!

As we noted in our last article, hams are taking advantage of 10-meter openings to work some amazing DX during Cycle 25. Chances are this will continue as we reach […]


10-Meter Mayhem: Taking Advantage of the Hottest Band in Town

It’s an exciting time to be a fan of the 10-meter band as hams have been feasting on openings the likes of which haven’t been available for years. We’ll call […]


OnAllBands Year in Review: The Year that Was…and Some of Our Favorite Blog Posts from 2022

For many hams, the year 2022 represented a much-welcomed, post-pandemic return to attending Hamvention, Contest University, Four Days in May, Field Day, and other events that dot the annual amateur […]


Some Ham Radio Resolutions and an Excellent Reference Book to Begin the New Year

Only a few more days before we can officially stick a fork in 2022. While the year still isn’t fully cooked, you still have time for some last-minute ham radio […]

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 […]

Ham Radio Contest Season Upgrades for Your Station (Part 2)

Ham Radio Contest Season Upgrades for Your Station (Part 2)

In Part 1 of our series on upgrading your station for ham radio Contest Season, we highlighted three specialized devices that can propel your station to greater contesting heights by […]

Amateur Radio News

Vibroplex Original Bug Keys and a Visit to a Splendid Museum in Rural Ohio

You just never know when an important piece of communications history will show up to brighten your afternoon. Such was the case when my wife, father-in-law, and I recently visited […]

Products & Product Reviews

Product Spotlight: DX Engineering Telescoping Aluminum Antenna Tubing Kit…Plus Some Upcoming Operating Events

The 3Y0J Bouvet Island DXpedition looms in the distance, but that doesn’t mean you should wait until the eleventh hour to get your station ready for what may be a […]

Radio Club of America

Commemorating The Transatlantic Test’s Centennial

In the storied history of amateur radio, few dates are more significant than December 11-13, 1921. That’s when members of the Radio Club of America (RCA) and the American Radio […]

ICOM Third- Generation D-STAR Repeater
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 […]