Articles written by: Wayne KE8JFW


Hams Complete Successful DX Engineering-Sponsored Kiska Island Activation (Video)

What did it take for the K7K DXpedition team to record more than 11,600 QSOs during their damp and windy stay on Kiska Island (NA-070) in the Aleutians? Watch operator […]

Products & Product Reviews

Going on Vacation? Great Options for Bringing Ham Radio Along for the Trip (Part 5)

Earlier this month we looked at mobile rigs you should consider for your road trip to your vacation destination, including the Icom IC-2730A VHF/UHF FM Transceiver, the Yaesu FT-2980R 2M […]

Amateur Radio News

Remembering Shintaro Uda, Co-Inventor of the Yagi-Uda Antenna (June 1, 1896 to August 18, 1976).

History is filled with scientists and inventors whose contributions didn’t get their just due. As we’ve discussed previously in this blog, Alfred Vail played a significant role in the development […]

Products & Product Reviews

Eton Shortwave Radios and Home Emergency Products Now Available at DX Engineering

DX Engineering has announced that it is now carrying Elite series shortwave radios and home emergency items from Eton Corporation—an American company that has gained a strong worldwide reputation for […]

ICOM IC-2730A VHF/UHF FM Transceivers IC-2730A
Technical Articles

Going on Vacation? Great Options for Bringing Ham Radio Along for the Trip (Part 4)

Summer’s not over yet, so if you’re still planning on taking ham radio along with you on your well-deserved vacation, we’ve got some more ideas for getting the most out […]

Photo Galleries

It’s All in the Cards! QSL Cards from the Republic of Seychelles

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 […]


Mark Your Calendar to Attend DX Engineering’s Sale Day on October 1!

Need a good excuse to visit the DX Engineering Showroom located in the Summit Racing Retail Super Store in Tallmadge, Ohio? Here’s one you’ll want to highlight in bright red […]


Field Day 2022 Wrap-Up

How did Field Day go for you and your club this year? Many hams who participated will tell you that while propagation wasn’t ideal and the number of QSOs logged […]

Amateur Radio News

Solar Cycle 25 Update: What Hams Should Know

While the intense sun has produced its share of record-high temperatures this summer, amateur radio operators have been eagerly following the life-sustaining G-type main-sequence star at the center of our […]


Guide to August 2022 Ham Radio Contests

We hope your shack is well-equipped with reliable AC as the weather heats up and Contesting Season looms on the horizon. August offers plenty of opportunities to warm up your […]