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Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2113

High Performance common-mode chokes, A Practical, 5-Band Homebrew Wire Beam , Morse Code Course by UBA, What is a HAM Mesh Network, Online dBm to watts conversion, Free Virtual Serial Port, mW to dBm Calculator,

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2112

160m Band Loaded Inverted L Antenna, How to evaluate Choke performance, Two elements Triband Yagi Antenna, HW VSP3 - Virtual Serial Port, Ham Goodies, Virtual COM

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2111

OM0ET Antennas, BalUn for Delta-loop & Quad-loop antennas, Gimme Five - QRP SSB Transceiver, Single element Delta Loop Antenna, GridTracker, com0com Null-modem emulator , Analyze Contest Passing

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2110

Online Yagi Antenna Calculator, 2 meter transverter for KX2, The Standard Horizontal Dipole Characteristics, Aerial-Parts of Colchester, Jpole for 70cm, 2Tone - RTTY Engine, The DX Shop

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2109

QRP Portable Rig for 80-40 meters, Lightweight 144 MHz Yagi antenna, 3D Ham Radio Antenna models Thingiverse, Tucnak, KlaTrack, 3D Printed Accessories for the FT-817 and KX2

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2108

How to build a Software Defined Radio, Amateur radio 3D models, MFSK16 APRS Tracker, PCB gEDA, remoteRotator, Ukraine Repeater Map, Audio Repeater,

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2107

FBK 2m-70cm dualband coax antenna, Fritzing, Yeggi 3D printable Models for Ham Radio, Remote Orbitron Interface, GPS clock, Weather APRS data converter

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2106

RX Loop Antenna for 80 and 160 Meters, TinyCAD, ZenitPCB, Home Brew paddles, LogiSim - Logic Circuit Simulator, KiCad EDA, DesignSpark - RS Online, S50CLX Live DX Cluster, JD1BMH online log, Volda Communication

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