RSSRadCom Basics

RadCom Basics June 2019, No. 10

| July 26, 2019
RadCom Basics June 2019, No. 10

In this edition… A Warm Welcome from the Editor Lee, G4EJB, RadCom Basics Editor, would like to welcome you to RadCom Basics, your bi-monthly e-magazine. I hope you find the articles interesting and of use to you. Lee also takes an informative look at the RSGB website Understanding squares, locators and zones When you first […]

Continue Reading

RadCom Basics December 2016-January 2017, No. 10

| May 16, 2019

What is the MUF and why is it important? The term Maximum Usable Frequency (MUF) is used a lot with HF communications What special interest radio clubs are out there? There are a whole host of special interest clubs that cater for all sorts of interests How to tune an antenna for lowest SWR Our […]

Continue Reading

RadCom Basics October-November 2016, No. 9

| December 1, 2016
RadCom Basics October-November 2016, No. 9

Taking part in the CQWW contest The SSB leg of the famous CW Worldwide contest takes place on 29-30 October 2016 Using the DX Cluster: Part 2 This time we look at when and how you can spot a station’s call sign on the DX Cluster How and why the HF bands come alive in […]

Continue Reading

RadCom Basics August-September 2016, No. 8

| October 4, 2016
RadCom Basics August-September 2016, No. 8

Using the DX Cluster: Part 1 What exactly is the DX Cluster and how do you use it? Getting the most from DXMaps.com DXMaps.com is yet another tool in a radio amateur’s arsenal but how can you get the most out of it? Beginners’ Guide to RTTY RTTY is a machine-to-machine real-time mode that has […]

Continue Reading

RadCom Basics June-July 2016, No. 7

| August 2, 2016
RadCom Basics June-July 2016, No. 7

Volunteering for the RSGB Find out how you could become a valued RSGB volunteer and part of the team What is Yaesu’s System Fusion C4FM? What exactly is System Fusion and what can you do with it? Working the world with JT65: part two In part two we looking at setting up JT65 and making […]

Continue Reading

RadCom Basics April-May 2016, No. 6

| June 1, 2016
RadCom Basics April-May 2016, No. 6

Receiving transmissions from the ISS Making the most of a fantastic opportunity Making coaxial trap antennas: part two Use your traps to create a multiband dipole Getting your first HF award with International Marconi Day It is all good fun and a good opportunity for you to gain a very attractive certificate Working the world […]

Continue Reading