Articles written by: Wayne KE8JFW

Products & Product Reviews

Using Boom-to-Element and Boom-to-Mast Plates to Stabilize Your Antenna Project

For those who are passionate about the challenges and rewards of building a homebrew Amateur Radio antenna, details matter when it comes to durability, performance, and appearance. In other words, […]

Products & Product Reviews

Product Profile: Hi-Visibility Antenna Wire

Since DX Engineering’s team of Elmers can’t be with you in person to discuss their lineup of new Amateur Radio products, OnAllBands will be featuring some of the latest gear […]

Technical Articles

Why You Shouldn’t Ignore the Thrust Bearing When Protecting Amateur Radio Equipment from Lightning Strikes

Anyone who has had their antenna tower zapped by lightning knows that Mother Nature is not a friend of the Ham Radio community, or cares about how much you’ve invested […]

Products & Product Reviews

Product Profile: DX Engineering RG-214 Double Shielded 50-ohm Coaxial Cable

Editor’s Note: DX Engineering’s team of Elmers can’t be with you in person to discuss their lineup of new Amateur Radio products, so OnAllBands will be featuring some of the […]

Events / Photo Galleries

It’s All in the Cards! QSLs from the Republic of the Philippines

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

Video: How to Make a Doublet—a Simple and Effective Multi-Band HF Antenna

SOTABeams’ Richard, G3CWI, demonstrates how to assemble an 80 through 10 meter doublet antenna. He begins by dispelling myths about the requirements for an HF antenna—namely, resonance and low SWR. […]

Products & Product Reviews

Product Feature: Ladder Line Surge Protector

Since DX Engineering’s team of Elmers can’t be with you in person to discuss their lineup of new Amateur Radio products, OnAllBands will be featuring some of the latest gear […]

Products & Product Reviews

CW Transmissions Getting Lost in Translation? Why It Might be Time For a Variable Sequencer Unit

The folks at DX Engineering are Hams like you. When they experience a problem in the shack or take note of an annoying glitch during an important contest, they don’t […]

Events

Get Ready for the Hamvention® QSO Party! A Guide to Upcoming Ham Radio Contests

As we all practice prudent social interaction in the days ahead, operating from our home stations can be a great way to ease the stress by reaching out to our […]

Technical Articles

What’s Shortwave Listening and What Equipment Do You Need?

While many Hams have the gift of gab or prefer making contact with other operators through Morse code or RTTY, there are millions of radio enthusiasts content to practice a […]