CQ Amateur Radio - 05.2022
CQ Amateur Radio is the magazine for active hams, with a focus on the practical. Every article is clearly written and aimed at involving you, the reader...whether it's a story of operating from some exotic location, an article to deepen your understanding of ham radio science and technology, or a fun-to-build project that will have practical use in your ham shack. Join us on our monthly journey through the broad and varied landscape of the world's most fascinating hobby!
Read in the issue
- Was “Morse” Code Actually Invented by Alfred Vail? By Steven Karty, N5SK
- Was the Tragedy Preventable? ... KA8TVY Looks at the Role of Wireless By Horacio Falciglia, KA8TVY
- HOMING IIN: Foxhunting Pranks and Championship Opportunities By Joe Moell, KØOV
- LEARNING CCURVE: DIY Coax Service Entrance By Ron Ochu, KOØZ
- HAM NNOTEBOOK: What’s That Noise? By Wayne Yoshida, KH6WZ
- MICROCONTROLLERS IIN AMATEUR RRADIO: The C Preprocessor By Jack Purdum, W8TEE
- VHF PPLUS: Waiting for Sporadic-E ...Plus Meteor Scatter Mornings By Trent Fleming, N4DTF
English | 116 pages | True PDF | 14.4 MB
Download "CQ Amateur Radio" Vol. 78 No 5 (May) 2022
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