Based on user’s engagement we selected 30 among the most popular links published on 2015.
A multi band inverted delta loop antenna project that can be used from 40 to 10 meters band with full details and analysis of antenna performances on each band, document includes EZNec reports and setup pictures
Build yourself a postage stamp 40 meter wire dipole antenna that fits in a space a little over 20 wide and works reasonably well at low heights
Hombrewing a bazooka antenna for 40 meters band, the article include also with plans for 20m and 160m band.
A 40 ft vertical dipole antenna that can cover HF Bands from 80 to 10 meters winding a dipole in a 12m HD telescoping fiberglass pole
Controlling an antenna tuner with an arduino board. The project includes movies, explanation and the arduino code
Radio Incident Command Kit project is described in this article loaded with many pictures and go-kit composition.
Converting Computer Power Supplies (PSU) to stabilized 13.8 V DC 20 A
A large jpeg DX World map that include ITU Zones, grid squares and prefixes
Simple, inexpensive and lots of fun! Here is an easy to make home brew antenna that can get you on the air working satellites or be built for use as a portable hand held antenna to extend the range of your HT.
An cheap, easy to construct and not too visible antenna for the low bands
The best way to describe a go-box is a complete amateur radio station in a box. An example is described in this article.
This simple hack turns your Raspberry Pi into a powerful FM transmitter
hamOS is a live and installable Debian based linux respin for Amateur Radio Operators. It is intended for new users with little or no linux experience. hamOS contains a variety of pre-installed applications for amateur radio like logging, homebrewing, digital modes, and more.
Computer power supply converted for ham radio use
Broadband HF Vertical antenna which does not require a tuner, and which is capable of providing reasonable performance on all bands from 7MHz to 28MHz
How to check for propoer connector installation by using a common multimeter to verify conductivity and resistance.
Diagram and sample ferrite balaun for 1.8-30 MHz
High pass filter schematics for TVI and examples of finished filters
An home made antenna analyzer made with Arduino Nano
Get started with SDR using a Raspberry Pi and inexpensive RTL-SDR tuner.
GBCAT is free PC software for controlling amateur radio devices through a COM/USB port or through a TCP/IP network, with the ability to transfer a 2-way audio signal over a TCP/IP network supporting Yaesu FT-857 FT-817 FT-897, Icom IC-706MKIIG, Kenwood TS-2000 and TS-590S by 9A2GB.
Are you having RF problems in the shack since you put up your HF vertical antenna? This is a common problem with an easy solution.
HamShield is a powerful VHF UHF transceiver that lets your Arduino talk to far away people using ham radio bands
A selection of alphabets used, particularly by ham radio operators, to spell out words
Types of coax cable with rf attenuator calculator, line loss calculator form includes an antenna gain calculator
Generate QSL cards and labels in your own format. Donationware, windows program by Alpine software officially released for windows XP.
Make your own loading coils for antenna projects using Caterpillar Grommet strips.
New links in 2015
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