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You want to get into ham radio, huh? Good! I know it can seem chaotic and confusing at first. There is a ton of jargon to cut through. A room … Read More
This article was submitted to HamRadioSchool.com by Al Andzik WBØTGE. It describes a unique copper pipe fan dipole that Al created and that provides fantastic results! Thanks for the submission, … Read More
For many newer hams the world of HF may seem a strange and mysterious place. There are no comforting predefined voice channels, the audio is often noisy and the signal … Read More
T0C03 from the Technician License Course Section 13.3, RF Exposure Safety:
What is the maximum power level that an amateur radio station may use at VHF frequencies before an RF exposure … Read More
All handheld transceivers are shipped standard with an electrically-short monopole antennas, more commonly called rubber duck antennas. I usually refer to this type of antenna as a very convenient crummy … Read More