RadCom Basics June-July 2015, No. 1

| August 5, 2015

Ben Nevis (GM/WS-001) 10-Feb-06 - G4YSS

  • Making the most of 10MHz
    Ten Megahertz, or 30 metres as it is otherwise called, is another one of the HF bands that was given to radio amateurs at the World Administrative Radio Conference in 1979
  • What is Summits on the Air?
    Radio amateurs are often accused of being a slovenly lot—spending too much time slouched in front of their radios when they could be outdoors getting some much-needed exercise
  • What is Software-defined Radio?
    Software-defined Radio (SDR) is arguably one of the most important innovations in the world of amateur radio for some time
  • What is DMR?
    DMR stands for Digital Mobile Radio—a standard originally specified for professional mobile radio (PMR) users and developed by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute

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