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  • Ask Dave Casler & Ham Radio Crash Course by Josh Nash KI6NAZ
  • Lake Washington Ham Club, WA
  • Roll-up Slim Jim antenna video & Ed Fong antennas
  • eHam.net
  • FindU.com APRS
  • QRZ.com lookup
  • ARES.org, ARES on Wikipedia.org, ARES at ARRL.org
  • Baluns
  • KB3KAI J-Pole Calculator
  • HamUniverse
  • Ham Radio Outlet & R & L Electronics
  • The Ham Shack
  • Elecraft
  • Yaesu & owner's corner
  • American Radio Relay League
  • Smith chart tutorial SimSmith Smith Chart tool placeholder 3

    Shortwave notes. 7 Feb 2022

  • Short wave or HF
    1. SW broadcasting (govt, religious, pirate)
    2. Time stations
    3. Utility stations (aircraft, ships, spy)
    4. HAM users (80m)
    5. Mode - AM is most common; SSB (or BFO) for HAM and CW
    6. Mode - DRM - Digital Radio Mondiale
    7. Mode - utility - wefax, RTTY,pactor, SITOR
    8. Frequency -
    9. Band - 75m - 49m and 31m popular (5.9-6.2 MHz, 9.4-9.9 MHz, repsectively)
    10. (75m shortwave band is shared with HAM 80m band)
    11. 120m - 2.3-2.495 MHz - tropical band
    12. 90m - 3.2-3.4 MHz - tropical band
    13. 16m, 19m, 22m, 25m - depend on sunspots
    14. UTC time - no daylight savings, see UTC
    15. SWLING
    16. Shortwave Schedule
    17. Wikipedia
  • Medium wave -
  • Long wave -
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