Browse Sites By Tag: amateur radio — Licensed in May 1989 Amateur Radio expanded my interest in CB Radio in respect of HF radio work and the prospect of world wide contacts. As well as HF I work 6m, 2m & 70cm but my main priority is the HF bands.My attention atm is taken up with BPSK31, the main reason is my hearing is not as good …
07.07.2016 0 comments From G7EZH — Kidderminster Repeater Group (Incorporating WyrePak) is a non-profit organisation responsible for the maintenance of the GB3KD 144MHz & GB3KC 70cm  VOIP Repeaters, and Kidder Link simplex gateway, plus the KIDDER packet radio node and GB7PZT bulletin board system.The ancient market town of Kidde…
07.07.2016 0 comments From G7EZH — Personal blog of Razvan, YO9IRF.
03.12.2014 0 comments From YO9IRF — International Ham Radio News & Opinion
01.12.2014 0 comments From OE8APR — DK4WO - DK4WO communication around the world! Homepage on
29.04.2014 0 comments From DK4WO — Site of the Cornish Radio Amateur Club. Based in the Redruth area of Cornwall we meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. We are a training Club for the Amateur Radio Examinations and hold courses for the 3 exams, foundation, intermediate & advance. As our trainer likes to have some life f…
24.09.2012 0 comments From G4USB — This page is for the use of CW Operators Worldwide to use to post announcements of upcoming CW events, photos, comments, etc relating to the use of International Morse Code on the Amateur Radio Bands.
10.01.2012 1 comments From KU4GW — NJ2X dedicates this amateur radio blog to helping others who also enjoy the greatest of scientific hobbies. This site is suitable for all readers - families, the young, and the young at heart.
22.11.2011 0 comments From NJ2X

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