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Amateur Radio Tower Safety (Part 4): Fall Arrest Gear and More

OnAllBands is proud to present the fourth Installment of DX Engineering’s Amateur Radio Tower Safety Video Series. Tim Jellison, W3YQ, covers the importance of wearing a full body harness when […]

HAM Radio 101 / Technical Articles

Staying at Home? Catch up on Your Amateur Radio Reading

Being cooped up at home does have its advantages, especially when there’s a shelf full of good books to keep you company. And when it comes to Ham Radio, there’s […]

HAM Radio 101 / Uncategorized

Staying at Home? Discover What’s Missing in Your Ham Radio Toolbox

Lots of Hams are tool folks—an amalgam of, say, TV’s Mike Baxter and Tim Taylor, grunts and all. We like working with our hands, solving nagging problems, busting a knuckle […]

HAM Radio 101 / Technical Articles

Staying at Home? Brush Up on Your Ham Radio Etiquette

As Hams around the globe make sacrifices for the health and safety of their communities, let’s take this opportunity to recommit ourselves to making the amateur bands a welcoming harbor […]

Technical Articles

Amateur Radio Tower Safety (Part 3): Rigging a Load on a Tower

In the third installment of DX Engineering’s Amateur Radio Tower Safety Video Series, Tim Jellison, W3YQ, discusses the differences between rock-climbing gear that’s non-rated for human suspension and the proper […]

Technical Articles

Staying at Home? Turn Your Attention to Troubleshooting and Upgrading Your Amateur Radio Station

While you’re home, now’s a good time to start thinking about nagging station issues you’ve never had the time to resolve. You could also venture outside (practicing prescribed social distancing, […]

Events

Missing Hamvention®? Get Together Online for Free Contest University and DX Engineering’s New Product Showcase

Like so many Ham-related activities this year, Hamvention 2020 was unfortunately called off due to public health concerns. While we know this was a great disappointment to many, including the […]

Technical Articles

Staying at Home? Now’s a Great Opportunity to Think about Amateur Radio Safety

Read enough emails today and you’ll notice a decided shift in how Hams are ending their correspondences. Of course, the familiar “73” will likely never change, but in the age […]

Amateur Radio News / HAM Radio 101

Hams Who Made History: Saving Lives at Gilnahirk Y Station

Mystery and intrigue surround local stories of the WWII code-breaking activities of the Gilnahirk Y radio station in Northern Ireland. Originally established by the Royal Corps of Signals and the […]

Technical Articles

Amateur Radio Tower Safety (Part 2): Is the Tower Safe to Climb?

OnAllBands is pleased to present the second installment of DX Engineering’s Amateur Radio Tower Safety Video Series, featuring Tim Jellison, W3YQ. Tim is a longtime Amateur Radio operator, highly experienced […]