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Today we're going to talk about JS8Call. What's JS8Call? If you're a ham radio operator on HF, then you likely know all about FT8 and what it's done for (or to, depending on your perspective...) ...Read More
As shown in A Previous Post, the QRP Labs QSX is on its way. It's a SDR based all mode HF rig, 80m through 10m. It'll be digital ready, too which is very cool! Recently we ...Read More
Recently on HackADay.com there was an article called "FT8: SAVING HAM RADIO OR KILLING IT?" which drew fire from some and praise from others. The article title itself was a little click-bait-y but justifiable. According ...Read More
Yes, you read the title right- 9800 miles (15772km) on 200mw of power using WSPR. Read on to find out how this was done, and why it was even possible to begin with. Equipment used ...Read More
In September of 2017 I built a QRP Labs U3S and posted my initial review of it on This Blog. That was over a year ago though, and since then a lot has changed. So ...Read More