6 element UHF Yagi antenna
- A standard 6 elements design scaled for UHF application. All material used in this project are easily obtainable tubes and rods which is limited within a total budget of $18.
- Application for the Apple Macintosh computer that provides a CW contesting interface for the popular MacLoggerDX loggging software. FKeyer runs on MacOS X and uses an external keyer such as the MicroHam CW keyer.
- A freeware apple Macintosh-based program that helps amateur radio contesters by converting a log from a radio contest into the Cabrillo file format which may be submitted to the contest sponsor.
- Praxtel offers coaxial cable and connectors, as well as fiber optic cable, connectors and other products for telecommunication applications. 50 Ohm Coaxial and Helical cables. 75 Ohm coax cables.
- Australian dealer for UHF CB radios, Amateur Radio HF VHF Radios, GPS navigation systems, two-way radio, cordless telephones, radar detectors, marine electronics, amateur radio gear and many other consumer electronic products.
iPhone Ham Radio Callsign Lookup
- This webapp provides an iPhone-compatible lookup of Amateur Radio Callsigns. It provides the name, address, and license class (from the FCC’s public records) of any US-Licensed Amateur Radio Operator.
Amateur Radio Exam Prep for iPhone
- Amateur Radio License exams are composed of questions from a pool. Use this application to practice all possible questions prior to taking your exam
FreqLoader: iPhone companion for the mobile ham
- FreqLoader is the perfect iPhone/iPod Touch companion for amateur radio operators, monitoring enthusiasts, shortwave listeners and anyone with an interest in the air waves.
Whether you're an active licensed ham or an avid scanner listener, FreqLoader will allow you to find what you're looking for, keep track of your stations, maintain complete logs and share your finds with friends, groups and the world.
Bluetooth Audio and Amateur Radio
- Bluetooth headsets are very common with cell phone users. As such, many amateurs may already own a Bluetooth (BT) headset. So why not use it with amateur radio?
Ham Radio Hints and Kinks
- Tips on tapping Aluminum ,Holding a hex nut in a tight place,Placing washer or nut in a tight place,Fastening nut to chassis, Testing bipolar transistor with ohmmeter by K3MT