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- Contest simulation: Call stations or call CQ. Program is excellent for CW contest practise or enter ongoing operating contests.
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- Iceland Callbook
- Includes also links
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- Israel callbook
- 4X-4Z callbook , Interactive ITU - CQ zone MAPs, HOLYLAND CONTEST : rules - results.
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- Whitton Amateur Radio Group
- If you find yourself in London then please do visit. The club operates a HF station with the call sign GX0MIN, Friday evenings. We have held the contest call sign M2W since 2000, and regularly participate in HF contests. CQWW SSB is a favourite and the group has operated the October event from Whitton using M2W and from DX locations during the years, with the calls 9H0WW, ZC4DX, C56DX, A45ZN.
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- A Beginner's Guide to Making CW Contacts
- Jack Wagoner WB8FSV, a very well done article on how start a CW QSO, how to answer a CQ, how call your CQ and more. A musr reading for beginners
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- The DataBase for radio hams, callsign database, DX Cluster filtering, forum calendar and resources
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- Dxpedition to Piel Island May 2008 Video
- A mini Dxepidition to Piel Island on 24th/25th of May 2008 by the CQ CQ Portable group and the call sign will be GB0PIA.
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- CQ-DATV.mobi eBooks
- Devoted to CQ-TV mobile electronic publications.
E-books related to ATV (Amateur Television) and although the site is called DATV (Digital Amateur Television), it covers not only digital ATV, but all aspects of ATV
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- Hellscreiber sample
- A sample picture of a Hellschreiber CQ call
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- A beginner's guide to making CW contacts
- Learning the code, answer a CQ, call your own CQ, QSO template for beginners and more
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- IC7000BKT Icom IC-7000 CAT Control
- CAT Control for Icom IC-7000 for windows. Management and synchronization of all memory bank, Management filters, volume, tones, DUP, DTCS, import export, audio recording and log frequency and signal,Auto CQ audio for repetitive calls
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- CQ Callbook - Online Internet Callbook
- The CQ Callbook makes it easy to find QSL information from web-accessible sources like address and manager databases and country-specific callbooks. The search procedure is quite easy: just enter Callsign and click on the Search buttons.
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- Advanced ham radio Linux logger based on Firebird database. Provides radio control based on hamlib libraries, DX cluster connection, QRZ callbook, a grayliner, ON6DP QSL manager database support and a most accurate country resolution algorithm based on country tables developed by OK1RR. CQRLOG is strongly focused on easy operation and maintenance.
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- DF9CY Project Auriga
- PA is a JAVA software package containing several programs, SW/VHF/UHF Logbook (imports format from RADIOMAN, VMT), Log conversion to HTML format,
Import and export functions for RADIOMAN, CT RES files, BV QSL Labels, CSV etc.
Internet DX-Cluster support, Keeps track of your worked Callsigns, Checks your worked Grid Squares per band, Databases for worked Grids and Callsigns
Uses K1EA CQWW.CTY country file,
Easy command line version for terminal operation
Moontracking as clock, Pathloss calculation
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- QSO Clock
- little program for those that can never find a pencil when we hear the DX station calling CQ on the frequency on which we're tuned up.
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- Arduino CQ Caller
- Arduino automatic CW Keyer for amateur radio
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- Safety: RF awarness guidelines
- Although Amateur Radio is basically a safe activity, in recent years there has been considerable discussion and concern about
the possible hazards of electromagnetic radiation (EMR), including both RF energy and power frequency (50-60 Hz) electromagnetic fields. This section summarizes what is now known and offers safety precautions based on the research to date.
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