Delving into DX-ing
Mar17

Delving into DX-ing

Pushing your station to make contacts over greater and greater distances (DX means distant stations) is the second oldest activity in all of ham radio. Somewhere out in the ether, a station is always just tantalizingly out of reach and the challenge of contacting that station is the purpose of DX-ing. Thousands of hams across the continents and around the world like nothing better than to make contacts (QSOs) with someone far away....

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HF Band Characteristics
Mar17

HF Band Characteristics

160 Meters : 1.8-2.0 MHz. A neighbor to the AM Broadcast band just slightly higher in frequency, 160 has very similar conditions to what you hear on AM Broadcast, quite localized during the day, with long distance capability at night. During the summer months the long distances at night can be several hundreds of miles and during the winter it can be several thousand miles. Lots of noise created by static crashes hinder communications...

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CVRC Monthly Meeting
Dec26

CVRC Monthly Meeting

USC Verdugo Hills Hospital   General Membership Meeting: Every Second Thursday of the month at 7:30 PM.   1812 Verdugo Blvd., 4th FL Council Room D * Glendale, CA...

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