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|Antenna analyzer vs feedline type||Sep 21st 2012, 14:37||1||855||on 21/9/12|
|USB to Serial Port problems--Prolific Drivers||Aug 3rd 2012, 18:27||1||1,026||on 3/8/12|
|Italian Phishing emails!||Dec 13th 2011, 14:20||1||1,042||on 13/12/11|
|John K0GMO needs help designing SS Amp||Nov 17th 2011, 15:53||1||925||on 17/11/11|
|1 Farad Capacitor to Eliminate Headlight Flicker?||Oct 19th 2011, 13:14||4||1,642||on 9/11/11|
|History of Relay Rack Dimensions?||Oct 17th 2011, 12:58||2||1,149||on 25/10/11|
|Miswired Selsyn||Oct 13th 2011, 17:51||1||956||on 13/10/11|
|Stealth Antenna wire||Sep 12th 2011, 12:51||2||1,461||on 13/9/11|
|Designing a ham bench||Aug 29th 2011, 12:38||2||1,538||on 29/8/11|
|Can't find recent Hint and Kink||Aug 26th 2011, 13:01||1||1,378||on 26/8/11|
|New Digital Mode?||AC2IK||4 days, 8 hours ago|
JT9 is a very narrow digital mode
WSJT-X implements JT9, a new mode designed especially for the LF, MF, and HF bands
ARRL Senior Lab Engineer
|Joel Hallas HF Ground Plane article in 12/2013 QST||WO1X||4 days, 20 hours ago|
| The amateur tradition is to do the best you can, and try it out on the air to see if it works for you. Many hams have been pleasantly surprised how well an antenna works, even if significant compromises needed to be made.
For instance, my top loaded 160M inverted L started out as a hastily installed inverted L hung between two trees--so I could work CY0P before the DX-pedition operators left Sable Island! I then converted it to a T with unequal T wires. Last Sunday I finally got around to balancing the T wires by splicing in more wire. Grounding?--I just ran a wire over to my 80 M vertical which as elevated 55 ft radials. Works surprisingly well--not only did I work CY0P, but I've worked a bunch of Europeans and 39 states in the last two months!
ARRL Senior Lab Engineer
|Vanity Call; should I change?||K1TA||4 days, 21 hours ago|
|Why not? Not only will you let someone else get that cool callsign, but you can choose call that means something to you.
|Log Submission ... verification ????||wb3cii||2 weeks, 3 days ago|
|The content may trigger some SPAM filter--it is an automated response, after all. If you don't find it in a junk mail folder--here is what the contest log submission page suggests:
If you submitted your entry electronically and do not find your log listed, first please check to see that you received back a numbered receipt from the ARRL Contest Robot. If you have a numbered receipt and your log does not appear within several hours, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your receipt number and they will look into the matter during regular ARRL business hours.
|Log Submission ... verification ????||wb3cii||2 weeks, 5 days ago|
|I sent mine Monday afternoon to
and got a reply in a minute. The confirmation email allows you to double check details like you entry category and club competition name--you can resubmit it until you get it right...