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DX.QSL.NET Propagation - This page contains dynamically updated propagation information.
WM7D Solar Resources - Solar Flux reports, Current Alerts and Warnings from NOAA, 27 day forcast from NOAA, charts reflecting the past 7 years Solar cycle summary charts from NOAA
Basics of Radio Wave Propagation - Exaustive introduction to radio wave propagation, includes a very detailed glossary on common propagation terms, composed by AE4TM.
Tropospheric Ducting Forecast - William Hepburn's Daily Tropospheric Ducting Forecast.
The DXrobot - Spots e-skip and aurora alerts - Automatic e-skip and aurora alerts via email or SMS, it sends also latest dxspots via email.
PA1SIX six meter propagation - F2 and TE propagation on 6 meter
Radio-Wave Propagation - KCĄDMH radio wave propagation notes with illustrations
Introduction to HF propagation - An Introduction to High Frequency Radio Propagation by IPS Radio & Space Service
Radio Propagation - Spread Spectrum Scene. Radio Propagation notes, with downloadable files.
Introduction to VHF Propagation - Understanding basic VHF and UHF propagation, eskip, Backscatter, Meteor Scatter and more
High Frequency Propagation Models - Institute for Telecommunication Sciences High Frequency Propagation Models
Long Path Propagation - Long path hf radio propagation is sometimes the best path to work dx, since the shortest path is not always the best path.
Sunrise, Sunset, Moonrise, Moonset, and Twilight Report - U.S. Naval Observatory, Sunrise, Sunset, Moonrise, Moonset, and Twilight ,Moon Illumination, Positions of the Sun and Moon , Eclipses
HF Propagation Primer - Flash Movie describing HF (shortwave) radio propagation to beginners. Very helpful aid in understanding.
Check DX Propagation with Beacons - W0RW article that guide you to using beacons to determine dead bands or upcoming propagation openings.
VHF UHF Microwave Radio Propagation - Notes on radio propagation in that part of the spectrum (upper VHF to microwave) used by experimenters for high-speed digital transmission