RadCom Basics, January 2023, Edition 32

| January 30, 2023

We are pleased to announce the January 2023 edition of RadCom Basics is now available on the RSGB website

In this edition, James Stevens, M0JCQ gives an insight into the RSGB Convention and how it benefits us all. Maybe it’ll encourage you to attend this year!

Also in this edition;

  • Introduction to HamPi
    Yet again Tony Molloy, M6CIH describes a great source of amateur radio applications for the Raspberry Pi-4 with step-by-step guidance and plenty of links
  • Simple antenna performance comparison – Part 2
    The comparison of the stealth W3EDP antenna with an inverted-V dipole antenna continues with an unexpected outcome by Lee, G4EJB. But well worth doing!
  • Working towards and chasing awards – Part 2
    In part two, Andrew Cooper, 2E1BRT tells us about the preparation, changes and progress towards his attempt at the Worked All Norway Award. Maybe you’ll be inspired to have a go at an award
  • Basic fault-finding – Part 3
    Continuing to develop simple techniques, Lee, G4EJB looks at more faults and then delves into current measurement, applying the method to a radio and a little more circuitry
  • Index of RadCom Basics articles, editions 1 to 32
    Provides you with an up-to-date reference to all RadCom Basics articles.

To read this edition online, or to download the PDF version, go to rsgb.org/radcom-basics or tap or click the cover image below, and login with your callsign and RSGB Membership Services password

Category: Front Page News, RSGB Notices