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Antennas : HexBeam
- Understanding the Hexbeam
- G3TXQ pages focuses on understanding the HexBeam antennas. Basics, dimensions, multi band issues, antenna modeling.
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- Stacked Yagi Antennas
- Constructing and designing full size, single band stacked yagi antenna arrays
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- DARC Ortsverband Duisburg
- DARC DOK L16 Duisburg-Huckingen Ham Radio Club
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- DARC Ortsverband Dusseldorf R01
- Deutscher Amateur Radio Club - Ortsverband Düsseldorf, R01
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- Roadrunners Microwave Group
- Organized to promote operation on the amateur bands above 420 MHz
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- The San Diego Six Shooters ham radio club
- The San Diego Six SHooters Amateur Radio Club, established in April 2001, is dedicated to promoting all modes of operation on the Six Meter Amateur Radio Band.
[ Hits: 1675 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 8.85 ]
- EI8IC's HF Contest Resource Site
- This HF contesting resource site has a large range of articles, tips and techniques, contest writeups, bandplans, links, and a fine range of Ham maps.
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- TE Systems
- Manuf RF power amplifiers wideband+narrowband for Commercial, Defense, OEM and amatuer markets. Also low-noise rf amplifiers
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- Gizmotchy Antennas
- The Gizmotchy high performance horizontal and vertical beam antenna for 2/6/10/11 meter bands
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- Six Meters: An Introduction
- An extensive introduction to 50 mhz band, (6 meters)By Dave Finley N1IRZ, appeared in QRPp Winter 2000
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- Six Meters FAQ
- Faqs on six meters band, designed to help encourage hams to use and enjoy this band
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- The german 6m homepage
- One of just a few webpages for the magic band, see it from the german point of view.
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- The Four Metres Web Site
- A website dedicated to 70 MHz Band
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- Amrad LF operatoins
- Lot of useful information on experiments on 136 Khz band, with antenna tips DSP infos and notes on their activity in LF.
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- CEPT ERC 136 Khz Recommendation
- Use of the band of 135.7-137.8 kHz by the amateur service
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- KB2VGH's VHF pages
- Bandplans, Beacons and many useful info on VHF operations
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- 49MHz Hobbyists Site
- A website and email reflector for hobbyists in the unlicensed 49MHz low-power band.
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- PropView is a free application that uses the included VOACAP, ICEPAC, and IONCAP engines to graphically display band openings between two locations over a specified 24 hour period. It can also build schedules for the IARU/HF beacon network and automatically QSY your transceiver to monitor each scheduled beacon.
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- DXKeeper is a free application that logs QSOs, tracks award status, generates QSL cards & labels, addresses envelopes, uploads QSOs to eQSL.cc and LotW, and downloads progress info from eQSL.cc and LotW. It can reference the RAC, Hamcall, and QRZ callbooks as well as the QRZ.com web site to fill in data when logging, or to update already-logged QSOs. DXKeeper automatically interoperates with all members of the freeware DXLab Suite, including Commander (transceiver control and bandspread for Alinco, Elecraft, FlexRadio, Icom, Kachina, Kenwood, TenTec, Yaesu), DXView (world map, rotator control), WinWarbler (PSK, RTTY, CW, Phone) and SpotCollector (DX and WWV spots). It also interoperates with MMTTY, MMVARI, MMSSTV, MultiPSK, MixW, DX Atlas, and Ham Radio Deluxe.
[ Hits: 25985 | Votes: 500 | Rating: 8.34 ]
- SeaTTY RTTY/NAVTEX decoder
- Program to receive weather reports and navigational warnings transmitted on longwave and shortwave bands in RTTY and NAVTEX modes. None additional hardware is required - your need only receiver and computer with a sound card.
[ Hits: 15456 | Votes: 38 | Rating: 7.31 ]
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