Posts Tagged ‘General’

AmateurLogic 187: Buck/Boost, Balun & M5 Ham Radio

AmateurLogic.TV Episode 187 is now available for download.

Tommy builds the M5 Ham Radio project. George makes a high quality 4:1 Balun. Mike assembles a Buck/Boost converter device for use with QRP operations.


Ham College 106

Ham College episode 106 is now available for download.

Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 44
E9B Antenna patterns and designs: E and H plane patterns, gain as a function of pattern,antenna modeling.


AmateurLogic 186: 18 Years of AmateurLogic

AmateurLogic.TV Episode 186 is now available for download.

AmateurLogic.TV celebrates 18 years on the air.
George reviews the Craftsman Battery Powered Soldering Iron.
Jocelyn demonstrates the MFJ-1898 Portable HF + 6 Meter Antenna.
Emile introduces Outlook Package Message Manager.
Mike explores OpenWebRX +.
Announcing the winner of our 18th Anniversary contest and Icom IC-705 prize package giveaway.


Ham College 105

Ham College episode 104 is now available for download.

Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 43
E9A Basic Antenna parameters: radiation resistance, gain, beamwidth, efficiency, effective radiated power.


AmateurLogic.TV’s 18th Anniversary Contest

Don’t miss out on your chance to win a great Icom IC-705 Portable Transceiver and MFJ accessory package.
• Icom IC-705 HF/50/144/440 MHz Multimode Portable Transceiver
• MFJ-1982LP End Fed 1/2 Wave Antenna
• MFJ-4230MVP 12 volt Power Supply
• MFJ-915 RF Line Isolator
• RG-8X Coax (MFJ)
• MFJ-553 Deluxe Wood Base Key

Get all the details here.
Register to win!

AmateurLogic 185: Unwrapping The Layers of an Unun

AmateurLogic.TV Episode 185 is now available for download.

Mike exposes an Unun. Tommy renews his FCC License step by step. Emile hits the Pi Bullseye. Announcing our 18th Anniversary Contest with an Icom IC-705 and a package of great accessories from MFJ.
Contest details are available at


Ham College 104

Ham College episode 104 is now available for download.

Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 42
E8D Keying defects and overmodulation of digital signals, digital codes, spread spectrum.


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