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Key Pieces and Paddle Parts
Though they differ in appearance and required operating technique, straight keys and paddles are the most common tools used to send Morse code. Learn more about these tools for sending code in the article.
An antenna analyzer measures your antenna system SWR at any frequency within its range and reveals the electrical characteristics of your system. This article shows how utilizing an antenna analyzer will help keep your antenna system working efficiently.
Whether you know them as a matchbox, transmatch, coupler, matching network, antenna tuning unit, ATU, or simply a tuner, antenna tuners create an efficient transfer of power between the transceiver and the antenna. Check out how antenna tuners work their magic in the article.
Tired of your over-ear headset earpads getting sweaty and damaged after prolonged use? Daniel Rosenne’s, 4X1SK, spouse, Zippi, who is an avid knitter, came up with a solution to this problem. Check out how to make your own knit earpad covers in the blog.
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The Hawaii Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) urges licensed Hawaii Amateur Radio operators to participate in the Saturday, 16 July 2022 (0900-1200 HST) Makani ‘Ino Hurricane Emergency Communications Drill. For details, please go here: http://HawaiiARES.net