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Technical Articles

What is Ferrite, Anyway?

Ferrites are made from oxides of iron, cobalt (Co), barium (Ba), and strontium (Sr).  The type of ferrite most useful to hams are soft ferrites. (The hard ferrites are good […]

Products & Product Reviews

DX Engineering Expands Its Lineup of Color-Coded Ferrite RF Noise Reduction Kits

DX Engineering now offers Color-Coded Ferrite RF Noise Reduction Kits covering a wider range of uses. Kits contain toroids and snap-on beads for specific RF suppression applications (linear amplifiers, AM […]

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Little Pistol Low-Band Antennas

Some of the biggest challenges presented to the Little Pistol, especially one who wants to become a Medium Gun, are the low bands. This generally means 10 MHz and lower, […]

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How to Use RF Gain, Noise Blanker, and Other Transceiver Features to Improve Copy

There will always be some kind of ambient noise on the HF bands. It may be either man-made (QRM) such as pulse noises from vehicle ignitions or natural (QRN) like […]

Products & Product Reviews

New Product Spotlight: Network Remote Control System and More from Yaesu

With the 2021 DX Engineering Catalog now available, OnAllBands will be highlighting some of the new items featured inside. Let’s start with an exciting product from our friends at Yaesu: […]

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It’s All in the Cards! QSL Cards from the Bahamas

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 […]

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Preventing AM and FM Overload

It’s common to experience interference from a nearby broadcast station, including commercial and public safety transmitters. The usual symptom is a continuous stream of distorted audio on all channels or […]

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What Is an Antenna System?

“System” is a word that gets thrown around a lot. What does it mean from the perspective of an amateur radio operator? Generally, I think of a system as a […]


Halloween is Around the Corner. Here’s How to Overcome Your Worst Ham Radio Fears!

What gives you the heebie-jeebies as a Ham Radio operator? With Halloween only a couple of days away, we’re dedicating this post to some of the scary things that keep […]


Don’t Forget the Band Pass Filters on Field Day

ARRL Field Day (June 27-28, 2020) can be a challenge if you’re not properly prepared. One of the biggest obstacles to a successful Field Day can be setting up multiple […]