Inside DXZoneBest Links of the Week Top Amateur Radio Websites – Issue 1915 Best new links of the week May 5, 2019 573 rpitx Multimode TX for Raspberry Pi F5OEO rpitx is a general radio frequency transmitter for Raspberry Pi which doesn’t require any other hardware unless filter to avoid intererence. It can handle frequencies from 5 KHz up to 1500 MHz. About Microphones – Guide to microphone for Ham Radio ve7sar A Primer On Mics For Ham Radio. Difference between dynamic and condenser microphones, microphone plugs and differences in kind of microphones available on the market Receiving GOES-16 Images with an RTL-SDR Receive GOES-16 and GOES-17 Images with a Raspberry Pi and RTL-SDR dongle EME Dish Antenna Project VE2ZAZ A 3.2m EME dish project that provides a better performance on 1296 MHz (10+dB sun noise vs. 6dB with my 432 array) and an even better performance on 2304 MHz CW and Morse Code Telegraphy K4ICY The CW Projects and Resources of Mike Maynard, K4ICY. Includes a brief history and overview of Morse Code and many interesting resources on telegraph Pass Recorder 2m0sql Pass Recorder is a small application that records audio from satellite passes based on tracking data it receives from the commonly used SatPC32 application Morse Runner on MacOS k4iz Run Morse Runner on Apple MacOSX computers using Wineskin. Morse Runner is a popular MS Windows morse code contest simulator. You can do this by yourself or just download the ready-made dmg and use it on your apple mac.