I thought you may enjoy a presentation on Grounding and Bonding for Ham Radio Stations. Enjoy, Lloyd KO4L Topic: Grounding & Bonding for Home & Mobile HF StationsSpeaker/Presenter: Ward Silver, N0AX – Author of Ham Radio for dummiesView Video: https://vimeo.com/577867032Download
Link Contributor: Hannah Bass Shout-Out to Hannah’s Girl Scout Troop, wishing you all the best in your discovery of the art of radio, and electronics. Remember: Learn by teaching and sharing knowledge with others. Article below Written By: Edson Farnell Many
SCHEART will be offering Ham (Amateur) Radio classes in June. This is for Technician, General and Extra. All classes will be running from June 14th to 18th from 6pm to 9pm. Some classes will not take the whole week, but
Ed Piotrowski – WPDE 8:25pm – the earliest it will launch now is 8:44pm. 8pm – Is anyone surprised the countdown is on hold at the ten minute mark? Hoping for skies to clear in Bermuda. Launch window opens at
05/06/2021 Beginning May 20, 2021, all amateur examination applicants will be required to provide an FCC Registration Number (FRN) to the Volunteer Examiners (VEs) before taking an amateur exam. This is necessary due to changes the FCC has made to
Bruce Turner(WW4BT) sent the following: The FCC has put out new rules concerning RF Exposure. Here is a Link to a handy calculator to determine your stations antenna parameters … www.hintlink.com/power_density.htm NEW RF EXPOSURE RULES IN EFFECT MAY 3rd.
ARRL offers webinar on eliminating radio noise interference. An upcoming webinar through the ARRL Learning Network with Paul Cianciolo, W1VLF, will show how you can deal with Radio Frequency Interference (RFI). Paul is ARRL’s resident expert on eliminating RFI and
Picking up the pieces of your life after a tornado, flood, or other disaster can be challenging. One of the most important things that may help you recover faster from a disaster is having all key documents together in one