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Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2320

Countries with CEPT Licence, BG2FX Amateur Radios, JBOT QRP linear amplifier, RF Inductor Calculator, DCF77 , JJY, 9X5RU Rwanda,

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2319

HF DXView Propagation Map, HF EFHW Antenna Antenna Tuner, A Morse Code Practice Oscillator, URE WebCluster, MSF radio time signal, Morse Code Practice Oscillator, CW Key-to-Rig Switch Box,

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2318

28 MHz Antenna Project, K1FM Mini Magnetic Loop, Portable 40m CW Transceiver , AircraftScatterSharp, 3B7M St Brandon DXPedition, HD8M Galapagos,

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2317

20 W HF Power Amplifier, Tri-Band VHF/UHF Antenna Design, Building The Fox-in-a-Box, Aircraft Scatter ACS, Airplane scattering, Taking a look at the 900 MHz band, Thevenin equivalent calculator,

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2316

Two elements Telescopic Yagi for 2 Meters, Portable HAM radio station, 160-80-40 Metre Trapped V-Dipole, CY0S Sable Island DX Pedition, QRP Dummy Load, Resistor combination finder, An introduction to YIG Tuned Oscillators,

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2315

How to find out if your choke works, 3Y0J Bouvet DXpedition Web Site, The Weird Antenna Wire End Effect, 3Y0J Log Online, End-Fed Half-Wave Antenna for 20m 40m 80m, Z Match with Toroid, Sound Card Packet, Phased Array Antennas, UK Scanner Frequencies, 40 dB Tap Attenuator,

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2314

Magnetic Loop 600 KHz-4MHz, Build the K1FM-Loop, VARA, 30m Half -Size Rotary Dipole, A switched Capacitor Audio Filter, CubeSat 101, CubeSatKit.com, Scout Activities - Amateur radio, CubeSats and FUNcube

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2313

Small Loop Antenna for the 80m to 10m, SAFARI 40-30m vertical Antenna, How to call CQ as an HF QRP station, Remote solution for TS590s, A Simple Hybrid Software Defined Radio, A JFET preamplifer for 50 MHz, 70 MHz Transverter,

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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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