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  • How to Use Amateur Radio Repeaters - This article will help the New Ham to be more at home on repeaters and understand the operation and procedures on Ham Radio Repeaters.
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  • How to Work 6 Meter DX by W3EP - December 1998 QST World Above 50MHz copyright ARRL
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  • Idiot's guide to coaxial cable  pop - A very beginner's guide to coax cables. Characteristics, detailed comparison of typical coaxial cables, commonly used connectors, and a few words about SWR.
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  • Introduction to Data Communications - Roger Cooke G3LDI article on Data Communication modes
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  • Introduction to HF - A interesting guide to help get started with HF published at Essex Ham
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  • Introduction to packet radio - Why Packet Radio? Could be, You are Missing Something Funm, by Greg Jones, WD5IVD
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  • Make an HF station work more effectively - How do we make an HF station work more effectively? Antennas are the key!
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  • Operating Practice - ON4WW - A must read guide for all new and old operators. This document was originally written with the prime focus on DXing and pileup behavior. Suggestions by proofreaders have been implemented; the document is not as narrowly focused anymore as originally intended. It contains hints, tips and tricks for newcomers as well as old-timers. Additionally there are VHF/UHF operational matters, DX Cluster ethics, COPS, Conflict Situations and more.
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  • Operating the 28MHz (10m) Band - Excellent page on operating 10 meters band by G3XBM
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  • Operating Tips for new hams - Some operating tips, mainly for new hams that may have crossed over from 11 meters
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  • Parlez Vous QSO ?! - Simply QSO phrases in European Languages, produced with the assistance of radio amateurs and linguists from Europe and beyond.
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  • Programming VHF/UHF Radios - Programming a new VHF/UHF radio usually proves to be a frustrating experience for most new amateur radio operators. A new radio must first be programmed for simplex and repeater operation before it can be used to communicate with local hams.
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  • PSK for Beginners - Article on PSK modes. PSK for Beginners Has RTTY's Replacement Arrived?
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  • Radio & Communications  pop - Info about many aspects of Radio & Communications. Antennas, signals, frequencies, codes, swr, scanning etc.
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  • Radio and Electronics School - Leran about Ham Radio and electronics, get your licence and learn morse code
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  • RARS Repeater Operating Guide - What is a repeater? How do you use repeaters. A great guide to use amateur radio repeaters incuding repeater frequencies, operating procedures and practices.
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  • Recommended frequencies for digital modes - Active digital mode frequency list compiled by Jason Buchanan - N1SU
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  • Repeaters Use Guide - A document about Repeaters what are they and how to use them in a pdf file format
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  • Satellite for Beginners - Learn how to start using ham radio satellites for your DX contacts, PDF presentation by Dave Long
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  • So you want to be a dxer - Basic tips for DXing
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  • Split Operations - When and How - When do you need to go to a split operation ? When the people you are giving reports to are not answering, or when you are not getting your report from the station you are working because of other stations who are continuously calling.
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  • Split Operations - When and How - An interesting guide on operating in split mode
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  • SSTV Fast guide - Get on SSTV FAST with this quick tip quide. All the info you need to get started quickly.
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  • The appropriate use of lingo - The appropriate use of lingo in the voice modes
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  • The HF Bands - For HF Newcomers - The HF ham bands can be mysterious. Some work at night, some during the day. Some seem to be good for long distance contacts while some are better for nearby contacts. Even worse, they change tremendously from hour to hour and day to day. An overview on operating on HF amateur radio bands
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  • The Origin of 73 - Taken from April 1935 issue of QST page 60 where there is a short article on the origin of 73
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  • The-radio-operator.com - beginners guide to amateur radio, scanners, monitoring and shortwave
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  • Tips for Getting Your DXCC - If your goal is to obtain your DXCC award, here are a few tips that may help by k2ZS
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  • Understanding the basics of SSB transmission - Fundamentals of operating on single sideband
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  • What does DX mean - DX is an old radio term used by radio enthusiasts, it stands for the long-distance reception of radio signals, DX being a short-form way of saying distance-extreme.
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  • What is DX - Some people say the "D" in DX stands for Distance, and the "X" stands for the unknown, meaning hearing unidentified stations until identified. Read more on meanings of DX in Ham Radio slang.
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  • What is QRP - To those new to the hobby of Amateur Radio, hearing the term QRP often raises questions: What is QRP? Why do some hams choose to operate QRP? How can I operate QRP? These are good questions, and all are worth asking. This article will attempt to answer these questions. by William Eric McFadden
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  • Which bands to use - An excellent introduction to ham radio bands, which bands to use and when.
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  • Why a Beam Antenna - Some basic antenna information for the newcomer
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  • Working DX Should be fun - How we cal all improve our operating for the benefit of other amateurs, by G3RWF G3PJT on Radcom 10-2010
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  • Your First Rig - Recommendations on choosing your first rig
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