Wednesday, 4 March 2020

Ham Radio Radio Waves: Hearing Voices

Ham Radio Radio Waves: Hearing Voices 


Radio Waves: B&W to Color, Antenna Wins, Hearing Voices in the Walls, and Beached Whales 

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For your enjoyment and Ham Radio education and radio, in general, browse the articles below.

  1. Portable operation
  2. Vertical aerials
  3. Loop aerials
  4. Cubical quad aerial
  5. The half-square
  6. A ham caught in oil
  7. Ham Radio aerials
  8. Ham Radio terms
  9. Ham Radio receivers
  10. Ham Radio propagation
  11. Ham radio digital modes
  12. Ham Radio fascinating hobby
  13. Ham Radio John G4YDM
  14. Ham Radio VHF UHF aerial
  15. Ham Radio SDR receiver
  16. Ham Radio mistakes
  17. QSL Cards
  18. How to make an efficient aerial
  19. From Ham Radio to H.N.D.
  20. Off Centre Fed Aerial
  21. Portable working near the sea
  22. Ham or Amateur Radio
  23. Using DX-commander aerial
  24. Half Wave End Fed Aerial
  25. What is a balun
  26. Ham Radio with no repeaters
  27. D-STAR Digital mode
  28. ICOM R-71E Receiver
  29. ICOM IC-7000 Receiver
  30. The Frame Aerial
  31. Ham Radio Noise
  32. Sporadic E on the red planet
  33. Reception of US Broadcast in South America
  34. Weak signal recovery using AIRSPY H.F.
  35. FM DXING
  36. Birmingham Radio Museum
  37. Ham Radio mystery curious signals
  38. Peter G3OJV the REVERSE BEACON NETWORK
  39. KE0OG explains the best way to test if you are getting out?
  40. Ham Radio at TATE MODERN GALLERY
  41. Where RADIO history and ART meet
  42. Hearing voices in the walls
  43. QRP Rig comparison











Ham Radio articles

Where radio history and art meet

Where radio history and art meet 








Where radio history and art meet 

Ham Radio-exhibit at the Tate Modern

Ham Radio-exhibit at the Tate Modern


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Ham Radio-Reverse Beacon Network

Ham Radio-Reverse Beacon Network. KE0OG




Hello fellow Hams and thankyou for your comments and suggestions, they really do make a big difference to me when writing my blog.

I have been asked if I am available for commission, many of you have read my pages on my other passion, which is ART, and have asked if I would paint a portrait with the shack in the background, the answer is yes, all I need is a good quality clear colored photograph to work from.

Now to the Reverse-Beacon system, if you are like me you no doubt get a lot of pleasure in building various types of aerials whether it be vertical types with ground planes or vertical end fed configurations.

 However, we are often stuck with the question is the aerial working or are conditions poor, one way to find out is to use the beacon system, transmitting on certain frequencies in morse with a test at the end gives you a virtually instant list of where your signal is going to, it takes a lot of the guesswork out of considering propagation.

Ham Radio-Reverse Beacon Network. KE0OG


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