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The largest amateur radio and electronics swap meet on the planet is this week.  Will you be there? The Dayton Hamvention has been an annual swap meet since 1952.  There were 24,873 attendees during last year’s hamvention alone, that is a huge number of radio enthusiasts in one place! For those of you interested in […]

Broadcasting and receiver technology published from May 1921 to August 1937. Much content about electronic theory and new developments in technology as well as practical applications. The original title was “Radio & Model Engineering” and was another of the prolific Milton Sleeper’s publications and journals.

A reminder of how powerful it is and not just something that messes with the ham bands.

The ARRL is asking members to comment by April 19 on possible changes to the League’s HF Band Plans suggested by the HF Band Planning Committee. The survey is part of the committee’s efforts to tweak the band plans for the RTTY/data/CW portions of 80 through 10 meters — excepting 60 meters. The committee developed […]

To learn how the U.S. Marine Corps teaches (or used to teach) about radio operation theory take a look at the USMC Radio Operators Handbook.

There’s a lot to learn from this 1966 Army training film about the International Morse Code, but the most crucial component of good keying is rhythm.

Earl (KR2L) submitted the link: http://www.ac6v.com/history.htm This page has a detailed list of events that outline the beginnings of the Ham Radio hobby. To submit links and articles send an email with the information to: webmaster at k2jii dot org