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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

Yaesu FT-818 and FTM-400 will be discontinued

Yaesu announces the end of production of the FT-818ND and FTM-400XDR due to difficulties with the availability of some components.

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2245

Wavecom W-CODE, Do not wind chokes on red toroids!, How does an antenna tuner work ?, Fundamentals of Radio Waves Propagation, 160 meter antenna problems and solutions, Kenwood TS890S Mods, Gordon West W5YI Ham Instructor Program., TY0RU Benin DX Pedition, TY0RU Log Online

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2244

Magnetic Loop Antennas for 40-80-160m, Satellite Frequency List, World Time Zone, Amateur Radio Satellite Status, Stacking, Phasing and Matching Yagi Antennas, IC-706 mk2 Modifications, A Cobwebb antenna homebrew

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2243

Magnetic Monster Loop Antenna for 160m, Helical Antennas for 144 MHz, A Simple Field Strength Meter , Random Wire Antenna Lengths, Using PSK Reporter as Propagation Tool, Morse Code Translator, W0CW Kansas City DX Club

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2242

PE0SAT Satellite Frequency List, Vertical Antenna Wavelength Vs Performance, Battery Charger for Hand Held Radio Battery Packs, Explaining ARRL Radio Tech Reviews, SatNOGS Satellites List, Blocking Dynamic Range in Receivers, Double BiQuad Antenna for 2.6 GHz,

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2241

Digital Mode Interface, 50Ah LiFePO4 battery , Pinouts Reference Tables, 6m Amplifier with 2x Gi7b, Satellite Yagi crossed 2m, 70cm, Double BiQuad Antenna Calculator, 12v Battery Charger,

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