Обзор самых удачных ссылок за неделю. Выпуск № 205 от 02.06.2018

Обзор самых удачных ссылок (Top links) за неделю

Выпуск № 205 от 02.06.2018

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Удачного просмотра!

 

Amateur Radio Weekly
 
Issue 205 June 2nd, 2018
 

Top links

 
Digital HF voice: FreeDV 700D released
Digital really does handle some nasty fading, and it really does work better than SSB in many cases.
Rowetel
 
Simple 1:1 Choke Balun
This is a very simple 1:1 Choke Balun for portable operation.
M0PZT
 
The spreading ‘eHam disease’
I’ve written before about the eHam policy of protecting the raving insane posts of a click of forum trolls.
K9ZW
 
D-Star QuadNet Array
You can Group Route to any Smart Group, whether you are operating from your home, or you are operating a mobile rig.
QuadNet
 
The Mission RGO ONE: A new 50 watt all mode HF transceiver
The idea of this project was inspired by old TEN-TEC radios with 9MHz IF – their perfect analogue design and crystal crisp audio both CW and sideband.
The SWLing Post
 
Radials mitigate feedline and mast currents, tests reveal
This suggests radials of 1/4 and 3/4 wavelength do a good job of immunizing the antenna from circumstances that might encourage RF currents down the mast or coax. Radials of 1/12 wavelength do nothing.
Ham Radio . Magnum Experimentum
 
Long delayed echo on 50Mhz 6m
Initially I didn’t know what it was, and I still don’t know why it was. If nothing else it was extremely interesting, so I’m sharing this short article about a Long Delay Echo (LDE).
OH8STN
 
HF Ham Radio on a budget
This should come in around $100-150USD. If you simply don’t want to do Morse code, there’s the option of the BITX40, a very inexpensive HF SSB rig that runs on 40 meters.
KE6MT
 

Video

 
N1SPY chases mini satellites on a budget
Using $25 worth of equipment to chase signals from cubesats which are the size of a coffee can. 
N1SPY
 
VK2TPM on FreeDV 700D
We could barely hear each other in Single Side Band mode but FreeDV 700D is pretty good once your ear gets used to it.
YouTube