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Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2121

Interactive Grid Square Map, Halo Antenna for 50 MHz, Short vertical for 6 meters, Everything You Need To Know About Coaxial Cable, RTL SDR with Active Antennas for HF, QSL management in the 21st Century

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2120

Fan Dipoles 10/15/20m and 12/17/30m, Balun 1:4 UNBAL to BAL, Linear Loaded Dipole for 15m and 20m, G3JVL Vertical Antenna for 50 MHz, FLEX-6400M DSP Review, Manipulateurs Morse Anciens, Dolstra Elektronica, 6 metre SOTA Antenna,

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2119

Loft-Yagi for Six Metres, DXMaps Ham Radio Clip Art, Ham Radio Clip Art by ClipArtKey, WSJT DX Aggregator, Global Ionosphere Radio Observatory, Daily Sunspots groups

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2118

Build your own Windom Antenna, Ham Radio Clip Art by GoGraph , HF communication prediction tools, Sunspot Index Since 1750, Real-time ionogram , Calculation of the Maximum Usable Frequency , Home Built 6M J-Pole Antenna

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2117

5 Band Pipe Vertical Antenna, Moxon Beam for 2m, Simple J-Pole for the 2m band, Ham Radio: Using Repeaters, WebSDR Wismar, DARC Contest Calendar, VSPE - Free Serial Port

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2116

What does 73 mean, G7FEK antenna revisited, Quad Band Inverted V Antenna, ICOM IC-R9500 Review, Arduino si5351 VFO sketch , A QRP Transmatch ATU, Bridgerland Amateur Radio Club

Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 2115

Pocket-sized SSB CW RTX for HF Bands, Portable SSB transceiver for 14MHz, The DxDozer, DxCalendar by DXCenter, 40m CW QRPp/QRP transceiver , AGWMorseTrainer, DL4YHF PIC-Keyer

World Amateur Radio Day: At Home But Never Alone

ITU News caught up with Otava Tuomi to learn what ham radio means to him as a young amateur radio operator, and its role - and revival - amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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