10 metre band frequencies

10 metre band frequencies. This is my interpretation of the 10 metre band frequencies. I thought this would be of interest to readers. Other than the military, amateur radio operators are the only users of the radio spectrum that are permitted to change frequency. This means that as licensed amateur radio operators, we do not… Continue reading 10 metre band frequencies

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Resistive SWR Meter

Resistive SWR Meter. I built a resistive SWR meter during the Covid-19 lockdown. I wanted to use this to overcome problems I had experienced when using my Alan KW520 on the 5 watt range when experimenting with QRP antennas. Just a small amount of reflected power and a slight reduction in forward power below 5… Continue reading Resistive SWR Meter

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Forthcoming Events – August 2020

Forthcoming Events. A lot of things have changed since the lock down began. Most events seem to have been cancelled. However, there are some forthcoming events that currently are still scheduled to go ahead. British Inland Waterways on the Air Saturday 29th – Monday 31st August 2020 The event is open to all Amateurs who are… Continue reading Forthcoming Events – August 2020

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Amateur radio blogs

Amateur radio blogs – continue to be updated. Amateur radio blogs continue to be updated during the current pandemic difficulties. Hopefully, you and your families and friends are safe and well. Here are some amateur radio blog sites that I hope you will find of interest. AB1OC and AB1QB – This blog shares Fred (AB1OC)… Continue reading Amateur radio blogs

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UK amateur radio callsigns

Icom ID-51E

UK amateur radio callsigns. Amateur radio callsigns issued in the UK to individual operators, with class of licence and dates issued alongside, are listed in the table below. For simplicity, these UK amateur radio callsigns are categorised against the current Foundation, Intermediate, and Full classes. The dates shown have been obtained by researching the RSGB… Continue reading UK amateur radio callsigns

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QRP frequencies

QRP frequencies. This is my interpretation of the QRP frequencies. I thought this would be of interest to readers. But, first of all – what is QRP? QRP operation refers to transmitting at reduced power while attempting to maximize one’s effective range. QRP operation is a specialized pursuit within amateur radio. QRP frequencies Other than… Continue reading QRP frequencies

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2 metre band frequencies

Alinco DJ-G7

2 metre band frequencies. This is my interpretation of the 2 metre band frequencies. I thought this would be of interest to readers. Other than the military, amateur radio operators are the only users of the radio spectrum that are permitted to change frequency. This means that as licensed amateur radio operators, we do not… Continue reading 2 metre band frequencies

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70 centimetre band frequencies

Baofeng-Pofung-GT

70 centimetre band frequencies. This is my interpretation of the 70 centimetre band frequencies. I thought this would be of interest to readers. Other than the military, amateur radio operators are the only users of the radio spectrum that are permitted to change frequency. This means that as licensed amateur radio operators, we do not… Continue reading 70 centimetre band frequencies

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