This is an educational presentation I gave on setting up a solar system for use with amateur radio. It goes into the components necessary and talks on how to select the right pieces for your solar project.
Here is a simple construction project that you can carry out. Read more
The MULTI BEAMING Open STACK controller by RemoteQTH.com is the black box designed to controll the stack match as the multibeaming switch. You can e… Read more
JK Mid-Tri-40 2 Elements on 40M / 3 Elements on 20M/ 4 Elements on 15M / 5 Elements on 10M / 26 Foot Boom
The JK Mid-Tri has been designed for Hams looking for a Mid level, cost effective but high quality Tribander antenna. This Tri-Bander’s… Read more
I start building an SWR / Relative Power Bridge. This is a simple circuit. I show you how to wind the toroid coils. The circuit is based on Don Cantre… Read more
Volt-Ohm Meters These meters have been around for decades and remain one of most useful pieces of test equipment you can own. “Volt-Ohm Meters” is t… Read more
“Two Chinese companies, Radioddity and Baofeng, have teamed up to bring you the US$75 dual-band FM/DMR radio housed in the old UV-5R package. Th… Read more
Are you tired of using your keyboard or mouse for TX control? Enhance your remote experience; talk on a remote using your microphone with PTT or pound… Read more
Airspy The Airspy is a $200 USD software defined radio that has a frequency range between 24 – 1700 MHz, bandwidth of up to 10 MHz and a 12-bit ADC. W… Read more
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