Our long tradition of ComFest Amateur Radio Swap Meet continues in 2017. This is a great venue to meet fellow hams, buy and sell gear or simply discover what the world of Amateur Radio has to offer. Continue reading →
The purpose of this experimental Web site is to provide 24-7-365 actual
(REALTIME) band condition information to CW QRPp, QRPe and CW/SSB for Contesters interested in increasing their scores. Continue reading →
The Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club of San Bernardino, California, is once again hosting (probably one of the most fun special event activities) the 18th annual ‘Route 66 On The Air’ special event between September 9-17th. Continue reading →
For most of you who take a look at a lot of the posts I put on the site many have dealt with getting new amateurs involved in the hobby once they have past their licensing. I came across a post on the Face Book Amateur Radio site that pretty well sums up where we are today. Continue reading →
Came across this interesting blog post about the Whisper mode. If you haven’t heard about this mode or have and don’t really know much about take a few minutes and read through it. I know I learned a couple of things that I hadn’t thought about, but once I read it oh yes that a good reason to use it.
LOTW has issued a new ADIF file and included in it is the new FT8 mode along with a few others. I used TQSL yesterday and uploaded all my FT8 contacts with success. Your good to go if you have been saving them for LOTW to get up to speed. eQSL and QRZ.com have been accepting for awhile now.