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DX Resources : Contest : Contest Stations
  • Building a VHF Contest Station - Building an amateur station for competitive radiosport involves a number of critical steps, regardless of the band or bands you focus on. These include, but are certainly not limited to: Station layout, Equipment interconnection and switching, Inter-station interference, Antenna selection. Radio interface with the logging program, CW and voice keyer integration, Rotator control
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Ham Radio : Blogs : Europe : Germany Operating Modes : Portable Operations
  • Batteries For Portable Ham Radio Use - An interesting article on choosing the right battery when operating in portable mode, considering charging time and modes, weight and size.
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  • Top 10 Reasons to Take Ham Radio Portable - Amateur radio portable operation has a lot to offer, even if you are a shack sloth and have an awesome setup.
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  • Portable Operating Tips for Ham Radios - This article is from the book Ham Radio For Dummies and features some tips for portable amateur radio operations, on Field Day or generic outdoor operation, like selecting the proper antenna and portable power.
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Software : Android
  • aLog365 - aLog365 is a ham radio (amateur radio) logbook for Android and for apple iOS. Includes features for SOTA, POTA, WWFF operations, export to all popular log file formats ADIF, EDI, Cabrillo. Upload data to HRDLOg.net Ham465 and includes dx cluster spots. iOS version is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch and provides also an up to date DX Pedition plan.
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Software : Awards tracking
  • County-Hunting Mapper - A unique, easy-to-use Amateur Radio program for creating County, State, Section and Grid Locator outline maps of North America that can be filled by Hand, from a Contest Logger UDP Feed, or from Imported ADIF or Cabrillo Logs.
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  • HamAward - HamAward is a cloud based amateur radio logbook allowing multi operators multi station activities, featuring real time cloud logging with live score counters. This online tool is addressed to support multi station award operations and management.
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  • Hamlog.online - Hamlog is online cloud platform for active amateur radio operators. It supports various on the air activities of various clubs, associations and national amateur radio organizations, allows them to create award programs and deliver awards to those who earned them. Hamlog also has a built-in real-time logger, which allows operators to enter QSO in the system as they make them. It supports multiple callsigns, multiple locations, multi-station activities, etc. Soon it will allow to connect transceivers and other ham radio devices right to the browser, allowing easy online logging virtually anywhere.
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Software : Contesting
  • Minos - Minos Contest Logging Software, a contest logging suite for VHF and UHF Amateur Radio Contests, Minos offers support for most RSGB and Region 1 events
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Software : Linux : Linux Distributions
  • Skywave Linux - Linux for shortwave and amateur radio monitoring. Supports popular SDR hardware and online streaming from KiwiSDR, WebSDR, and Spyserver sites. Articles about using Linux with your SDR devices.Skywave Linux, an innovative operating system, leverages cutting-edge technology for seamless access to radio signals globally. Ideal for regions with limited internet access, it effortlessly connects to a network of SDR servers, offering high-performance SDR operation without the need for extensive hardware. With pre-installed and configured SDR software, Skywave Linux simplifies signal discovery and operation for all users.
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Software : Log Converters
  • FISTS Log Converter - FISTS Log Converter simplifies various tasks for amateur radio operators. It aids in tracking FISTS Awards, submitting applications, and creating logs for FISTS Activities in Europe like the Ladder and EuCW Snakes & Ladders. Users can generate callsign checklists and import logs from existing logging programs via ADIF files. Available as freeware, it runs on Windows 2000 and later versions
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Software : Logging
  • AirHamLog - Online Amateur Radio Logbook - AirHamLog is a modern logging software for amateur ham radio operators. The software works inside your browser, making it possible for you to use with any device connected to the internet. AirHamLog currently supports Windows, MacOS, Linux, iOS, and Android that works with modern browsers. AirHamLog has ability to export QSL cards as PDF files. All of your log data is stored on the cloud. You can start using AirHamLog for free today
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  • SWLog - Shortwave and Amateur Radio Log (SWLog) is a modern suite of applications that provide logging and remote control for amateur radio and shortwave, utility, and broadcast listening. SWLog has been continuously improved and expanded since it was first released in 1988. SWLog is a suite of products that provides logging, radio control, GPS synchronization, QSL management, reporting, and propagation prediction. Program schedules from HFCC, ILGRadio, AOKI, ADDX, SWSkeds, EiBi, and others are leveraged for broadcast reception. Call sign lookups and remote logbooks are integrated with ClubLog, eQSL, QRZ, Ham365, HamQTH, and LoTW. SWLog provides Android and iOS applications for logging on the go as well as web servers for logging and remote control from anywhere. SWLog works on Windows, Linux, iOS and Android
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Technical Reference : Batteries Technical Reference : Radio Frequency Interference
  • RF-Quiet Solar PV for Ham Radio - This article discusses the potential for solar power systems to coexist harmoniously with amateur radio, challenging the notion that they are inherently incompatible. Drawing from personal experience, the author emphasizes the importance of selecting RF-quiet components, focusing on series-string Sunny Boy grid-tie inverters. The article also highlights considerations for system design and limitations based on roof orientation, shading, and array size. Overall, it presents a valuable perspective on creating a radio-friendly solar PV setup.
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