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Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2033

XIEGU G90 Review, Reverse Engineering the Coax Dipole Antenna, ICOM IC-705 and Raspberry Pi, 160 Meters 4 Square Receive Antenna, 20 Meter Rotatable Dipole Antenna, Constructing and Using Chokes, Ham Radio in Emergency Operations, HyGain TH3JR Improvements, Hy-Gain TH3jr Beam Manual online, 50-70 MHz preamplifier,

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2032

Multiband Dipole Antennas Compared, Decoding 433 MHz radio signals, Arduino Antenna Tuner, Modeling an 80/40/20M Fan Dipole for DX, Decoding 433 MHz with SDR, K3NG Arduino CW Keyer, Aircraft Scatter

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2031

Z-Match 100 and mini Z-Match , PAC-12 Antenna modification, Aircraft Scatter Operations, PI-RX, Mircules DX Cluster LITE for Android, AirScout

Yaesu FTDX-10 Video

One of the very first video about the Yaesu FTDX-10 HF/50 MHz transceiver with comparison with FTDX-101 and FT991

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2030

Build the PAC-12 Antenna, Amidon ferrite toroids calculator, Morse Code Trainer Online, 1200z Time Explained, KMRover, Log Book MDB to ADIF utility

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2029

An automatically tuned 7 to 30 MHz mobile antenna, Double Bazooka, High efficiency, legal limit, solid state linear HF amplifiers, Ham and CB Radio, Portable NVIS Loop for 80m to 40m, LUTZ-Electronics, Guide to HF Contesting, The NorthEast Wisconsin DX Association, W2NAP.com, Online Australian Repeater Maps,

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2028

Multiband Dipole for 40 30 17 m, Getting Started on RTTY, Building the 10 meter Moxon Antenna , D-STAR Info, ARISS SSTV Award, QSORDER - Listen to yourself, ZL2IFB Elecraft K2 K3,

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2027

Half Sloper Multiband Antenna, 17m QRP SSB Transceiver, QSL Label Printing in ClubLog, 40m 2 elements HQ Traps Yagi, RYS Electronics, Scanning the Top of Utah, ERcomER,

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