The Mystery of the 17th Harmonic

Jack, N4ACD, wants me to share a story that happend. It also shares a intresting thing a harmonics did. Watch to learn more about harmonics and what happened.

Antenna

MONO 3 40 MOXON

MONO 3 40 MOXON

MONO 3 40 moxon is every contester’s dream, a rugged monoband yagi, compact design and large bandwidth. Specifications Frequency MHz: 7~7,3 Active ele... Read more

Fan Dipoles

Fan Dipoles

Bob Carver, KB0XT, wants to know how close he can put his dipoles or if he can even combine them? Yes! He can. Watch to learn all about Fan Dipoles Read more

Folding Hexbeam

Folding Hexbeam

    The design The folding Hexbeam is a 2-element directive antenna for five amateur bands (20/17/15/12/10m band, 6m band optional). It cons... Read more

Review

Equipment

Heil BM-10 Headset

Heil BM-10 Headset

The BM-10 headset was designed to be a lightweight (only 3 oz), articulate sounding boomset that is ideal for DXpeditions, mobile, and general rag che... Read more

EXPERIMENTAL SWRX

EXPERIMENTAL SWRX

The Stampfl receiver is still in its experimental stadium and is not, comparable to a KWZ-30, Reuter or Perseus receiver. But an Assembly kit for the... Read more

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