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5 Myths About Ham Radio

Whenever somebody finds out that I’m a ham radio operator, I’m peppered with a lot of questions. These are the same questions lots of other hams get, and they often […]

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Coming Soon! microHAM Amateur Radio Products to be Sold  Exclusively in North America by DX Engineering

WiMo of Herxheim, Germany, has appointed DX Engineering as the sole North American distributor of contesting and DXing products from microHAM, a company based in the Slovak Republic. WiMo, market […]

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DX Engineering and Icom America Offer Amateur Radio Dream Station Prize Package at Dayton Hamvention 2022

One lucky attendee at Dayton HamventionÒ 2022 (May 20-22) will walk away with the largest prize ever offered in the history of the event—an Icom Amateur Radio Dream Station Package […]

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Get Ready to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in True Ham Style!

The ides of March are upon us, and it’s the perfect time to join the Irish Radio Transmitters Society or take part in the upcoming Saint Patrick’s Day Award. The […]

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OnAllBands Year in Review

As we bid farewell to 2021, all of us at OnAllBands and DX Engineering want to wish our readers and loyal customers the very best in the new year. In […]

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Hustle and Get Your ARRL Foundation Scholarship Program Applications in Before December 31!

If you’re a ham pursuing higher education or know of one—it’s go-time to get those ARRL Foundation Scholarship Program applications in before the December 31, 2021 deadline (11:59 PM EST—if […]

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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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Happy Birthday to Alfred Vail: The Other Morse Code Mastermind

On May 24, 1844, Samuel Morse, who is widely credited with inventing Morse code, used his newly invented electromagnetic telegraph to send the first Morse code message from Washington, D.C. […]

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Attention Hams: Get Ready for the Annual Perseid Meteor Shower!

The average person looks for messages written in the stars, but when you’re a ham with next-level radio skills you bounce radio signals off of meteors to get your message […]

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The IARU: What Does it Do and How Does it Help You?

When it comes to influential ham-run organizations, it’s hard to contend with the reach of the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU). The expansive organization, founded in 1925, is comprised of […]