Over the past few days the International Amateur Radio Union, IARU, has relaunched its website. With a certainly nicer and more intriguing look, the current and user friendly IARU site appears easier to look through for all hams in the world. This [...]
Thanks to NR4CB, Connie, and AB4UG, Eugene, for providing us with the guidelines for the event and the following article. Twitter is one of many social media sites that helps connect people around the globe by letting people send short 140 character [...]
This past weekend was one of those to be marked in red on the DXer’s calendar! Certainly not for a worldwide contest, but for the most important event of our hobby that takes place every year in Dayton, Ohio, United [...]
The now famous callbook HamQTH.com is always improving and releasing everyday more utilities and modifications. The author of this callbook, Petr OK2CQR, kindly allowed us to share with you the latest on some of the interesting add-ons having [...]
Windows and Mac have plenty of ham radio applications to be used under their operating systems, but what about Linux users? The following is an interview with Petr, OK2CQR, the developer of CQRLog, the logging program for Linux users.
SO2R stands for Single Operator 2 Radios and it is a quite common Contesting technique used by Single Op All Bands all over the world.
I think that all of us do have a computer in our house and do use it in our Ham Radio activities. Keeping the log, playing around with digital modes, organizing QSLs and other things are all relegated to our personal computer. The most