Amateur Radio Weekly – Issue 307

Amateur Radio Weekly

FCC drops symbol rate for HF
Instead, the Commission establishes a 2.8 kHz bandwidth limitation in the applicable Amateur Radio bands.
Amateur Radio Daily

Self-spotting SOTA and POTA over HF.

DITs and DAHs from Alcatraz
I will activate with Morse code in the shadows of Sean Connery, Nicolas Cage and Ed Harris.

A spectral look at the KH1’s sidetone
I don’t particularly care for the KH1’s sidetone for two reasons.

Automating NOAA APT and Meteor M2 LRPT reception with SatDump
SatDump is a popular program used to receive and decode various forms of weather satellites.

How to improve Ham Radio station grounds
Station grounding has the most misconceptions.

Antenna goes up for student-run Ham Radio station at University of Scranton
The new antenna was installed to help students learn more about radio waves.

Fort Baker on the air
This location offers spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the city of San Francisco.


Converting a CB to 10 meter AM

Trailer: My Radio My Life
The film revisits the golden era of radio in India, including Ham Radio operators.
Timecap Documentaries

Stealth HOA antenna system
The ultimate (resonant on 8 bands) stealth HOA antenna system.

Portable with the new FX-4CR transceiver
Results and experience out of the box and on the air with the FX-4CR.
Coastal Waves & Wires

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