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The Q900 SDR is a compact and versatile all band, all mode transceiver, designed for amateur radio use. It covers a wide range of frequencies from 160 meters to 70 centimeters, and supports multiple modes of operation such as SSB, CW, AM, FM, and digital. It has a compact design and intuitive interface

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2305

What is Horn Antenna, Award Secretary, The Wanted Alive, TL8AA TL8ZZ DX Pedition, BUREAU_ALL_QRZ_COM for Logger32, T33T Log Online, Connecticut CW Club,

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2304

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Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2303

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WSJT-X 2.6.0 New version available to download

WSJT-X 2.6.0 has been officially released and implements new features supporting the ARRL International Digital Contest and several new improvements.

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2302

Measuring HF Balun Performance, Understanding Antenna Gain in a Few Minutes, Icom External Keypad Connector Cable, Kenwood TS2000 vs TS590S, JUNIOR-2 ARDF receiver, History of the Radio, SWR analysis of a G5RV antenna, P29RO Log Online,

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2301

Robust Packet Network, Proplab-Pro, K1IW Amateur Repeater and Broadcast Transmitters Database, Radio Wave Transmission Paths, HF Nets, Who Invented Radio, Listening in on the Stars

The Best Amateur Radio Links of 2022

A list of best new amateur radio links we reviewed in 2022

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The DXZone is the largest human created and maintained library of web sites dedicated to Amateur Radio, currently lists 20.000+ links organized into 600+ categories and subcategories. Ham Radio operators review new sites every day since 1998, for potential inclusion in the Directory, and to evaluate the best place to list them.

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