The DXZone.com Amateur Radio Internet Guide

Latest articles, reviews and links posted to The DXZone.com, an amateur radio, cb radio, scanning and shortwave radio, reference site

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
Top Amateur Radio links of the week Issue 1725
ICOM IC-7300 Review, 2N2/20 CW Transceiver, Tuning with he AL 811H Amplifier, 2N2/30 30m QRP Trasceiver, Tuning with TL-922 Amplifier, Precision VXO, Return Loss Bridge, Yaesu FT-450D Review, 2N2/6 40 to 6 m Transverter, ICOM IC-756 PRO II Review

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
Top Amateur Radio links of the week Issue 1724
YBN 28-5w - 5 Elements Yagi for 28 MHz, Arduino Antenna Rotator Controller , The Condor Connection, CBS - contest statistical software, Charlie Tango DX Group , Microwave 101, All Asian DX Contest , UR5KBW Mykhaylo, H40GC

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
IARU HF Championship 2017
IARU HF championship - Amateur Radio Contest

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
Top Amateur Radio links of the week Issue 1723
CSV19 Antenna Launcher project, Bluetooth and VOX Project, Introduction to RF & Wireless Communications Systems, ICOM IC-746PRO Frequency Calibration, QSO Relay, ICOM IC-756Pro Receiver Noise, FTRestore

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
Top Amateur Radio links of the week Issue 1722
Batteries For Portable Ham Radio Use, How to build NVIS antenna, Custom QSL Cartoons, Building a 100 Watt 2M Linear Amplifier, VHF FM Power Amplifier, 160m 20w AM transmitter , Icom IC-7700 Power Amplifier Module, Alpha Antenna, IC-7700 as a bench spectrum analyser, Kenwood TM-D710 Memory Database,

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
Kenwood TS-590 Resources
Kenwood TS-590S HF and 6m transceiver resources, reviews and tests. Kenwood new TS-590S Allmode HF ham radio transceiver

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
RV Ham Radio & Camping
Ham Radio operators enjoing RVing caravaning and camping

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
RF Standards and Regulations
Technical Reference/RF Safety
In the world there are several Radio Frequency saferty standards and regulations, here there are discussed: US FCC regulations, IEEE standard, Canadian Safety Code 6 and International Council on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
RF Safety in Tower Climbing
Technical Reference/RF Safety
The risks for exposure to significant levels of RF radiation is high for tower climebers, the RF field levels near FM radio and television antennas are extremely high.

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
RF Safety at Field Day
Technical Reference/RF Safety
A case study of Field Day 1998 with the North Shore Radio Club (NSRC) in Village Green Park, Northbrook, Illinois

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
WSJT-X
Software/Weak Signal
WSJT-X if a software that offers specific digital protocols optimized for EME, meteor scatter, and ionospheric scatter, at VHF/UHF, as well as for LF, MF, and HF propagation. The program can decode fraction-of-a-second signals reflected from ionized meteor trails and steady signals more than 10 dB below the audible threshold. Popular modes includes FT8, JT4, JT9, JT65, QRA64, ISCAT, MSK144, and WSPR

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
Yaesu Mark V FT 1000 MP
Radio Equipment/HF Transceivers/Yaesu FT-1000MP
A page dedicated to Yaesu Mark V/FT-1000MP transceiver squarely aimed at the high performance contest and DX crowd.

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
Adventure Radio Society
Operating Modes/QRP/Clubs
Sponsor of the Spartan Sprints are two-hour gatherings held the first Monday of every month.

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
Shortened EFHW Antenna 80-10m
Antennas/End-Fed/End Fed Half Wave Antenna
A shortened multiband antenna, about 23m long, for 80m - 10m bands with a low SWR (<1.3) on 80m and 40m, and < 3 till 10m. Bandwith on 80m is 300kHz

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
How Common Mode Chokes Work
Antennas/Feed Lines/Choke
Examine the function and operation of a common mode choke and the way it reduces unwanted interference. Common Mode Choke vs. Single Choke

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
Multiband trapped end fed antenna
Antennas/End-Fed
A multiband trapped end-fed antenna can cover 20 30 40m bands. An option for portable sota operations were weight end simplicity are essential

07/23/2017 06:42 AM
The WB0RIO 28 Mhz Arduino Beacon
Technical Reference/Beacon keyers
This project involves the construction of a 5 Watt Morse code beacon transmitter that operates in the 28.200 to 28.300 section of the 10 Meter Amateur Radio band. The beacon controller uses an Arduino Uno microprocessor board to produce the three signals that control the transmitter.