If you have constructed homemade dipole antennas for amateur radio, you are probably aware of the current and voltage distribution at the antenna, always showing caution regarding the high voltage found at the antenna ends. But what about those magnetic loop antennas that have become
This HAT product is a major step forward for amateur radio operators integrating Raspberry Pi with digital applications. You can read Julian’s (OH8STN) blog on this product. If you don’t follow Julian, I suggest you do. Julian specializes in portable, digital operation in the field.
This video is about the future of Amateur Radio as presented at SEA-PAC 2018 by Steve Hicks N5AC, VP of Engineering at FlexRadio. For those of you who are being exposed to amateur radio for the first time or perhaps have a preconceived idea of
Jeri Ellsworth, AI6TK is interviewed by Tim Duffy, K3LR. When I watched this video, two things stood out for me. How many of us started out with a fascination to see how things worked? Taking apart old radios to see what was inside and getting