Roger "G3XBM" has now published a book titled "G3XBM Project Scrapbook".
It takes you through his historic years of homebrew construction and operating to present day. To include portable operating, Antennas, LF, HF, VHF, Fredbox and Sixbox designs with full circuit info, even stuff that never got built etc etc.
All Roger's designs, are not over engineered, and very simple to understand and build.
It is a FREE download here:https://tinyurl.com/y56vjhd6
If you feel this has been of good use after reading, you can always support him with a coffee or two here:https://ko-fi.com/rogerg3xbm
From the recent GQRP club convention, video recordings are now available to view:
Just go the GQRP Club YouTube channel and you should find:
* Charlie, ZL2CTM, talking about his approach to RF Construction
* Tony, G4WIF, sharing his experiences of building and using RF Test Equipment:
* Farhan, VU2ESE, talking about his latest BITX transceiver for 2m
* Steve, G0KYA, sharing his experiences of building and using the End Fed Half Wave antenna:
* Pete, N6QW, talking about building a valve (tube) transmitter in the 21st century
* John, M0JAV, sharing the latest information and answering questions about EMF Assessments:
* Steve, G0FUW, talking about getting started with surface mount devices
* Michael, G0POT, sharing his experiences of operating from hill tops
* Roy, W7EL, talking about antenna modelling using EZNEC
* Anthony, K8ZT, sharing his experiences of operating with QRP
* Alan, W2AEW, talking about a range of RF test equipment
* Bonus Session, Operating Panel with Peter, G3XJS and Carl, GW0VSW
If your not a member of the GQRP club, why now join today. From only £6 (UK) inc 4 issues of Sprat, and a just a few more shekels if you are in DX land: http://www.gqrp.com/join.htm
Once you have all this updated, the program will perform flawless without any problem.
My thanks must be to the late G4ILO for writing such a superb piece of software, and his family that still keep his website open https://www.g4ilo.com/
For those in the UK worried about the new pending Ofcom ICNIRP EMF rules.
I have found an excellent EMF calculator program from the late VK3UM, infact I would say it is the best I have come across yet.
Well worth a download and a play with: