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Practical Wireless No 6 (June) 2024

Practical Wireless No 6 (June) 2024

Practical Wireless No 6 (June) 2024
Practical Wireless No 6 (June) 2024
English | 64 pages | True PDF | 11.4 MB
From the contents:
  • The G3RJV SCD QRP Transceiver Revisited (Pt III). Steve Hartley G0FUW continues the project by describing the receiver.
  • Georg Wiessala checks out the SDRplay RSP1B and the Stampfl STRESSLESS.
  • Steve Macdonald G4AQB offers a simple-to-build project based on low-cost modules.

Practical Wireless No 5 (May) 2024

Practical Wireless No 5 (May) 2024

Practical Wireless No 5 (May) 2024
Practical Wireless No 5 (May) 2024
English | 64 pages | True PDF | 10.1 MB
From the contents:
  • Billy McFarland GM6DX describes how to construct a simple ARDF antenna.
  • Tim Kirby GW4VXE considers how recent licence changes benefit VHF operators.
  • Dr Samuel Ritchie El9FZB wraps up his three-part series looking at reusing various types of fixed power supply.
  • Steve Hartley GOFUW continues with the project by describing the VFO build.

Practical Wireless No 4 (April) 2024

Practical Wireless No 4 (April) 2024

Practical Wireless No 4 (April) 2024
Practical Wireless No 4 (April) 2024
English | 76 pages | PDF | 16.1 MB
From the contents:
  • Power Supplies, Pt II : Dr Samuel Ritchie El9FZB continues his three-part series looking at reusing various types of fixed power supply.
  • Enclosures for NanoVNA and tinySA : Michael Jones GW7BBY/GB2MOP has a solution for improving the use and life of your NanoVNA or similar test equipment.
  • Amateur Radio on a Budget : Daimon Tilley G4USI describes a great first step into building an electronic circuit.

Practical Wireless No 3 (March) 2024

Practical Wireless No 3 (March) 2024

Practical Wireless No 3 (March) 2024
Practical Wireless No 3 (March) 2024
English | 82 pages | True PDF | 7 MB
From the contents:
  • Comet CHA-250HD/BXII Multi-Band HF Vertical.
  • How to use a basic oscilloscope.
  • Keith Rawlings G4MIU completes the construction and testing of his new 1 Om Yagi, and tries out an over-the-top antenna for his Quansheng!

Practical Wireless No 2 (February) 2024

Practical Wireless No 2 (February) 2024

Practical Wireless No 2 (February) 2024
Practical Wireless No 2 (February) 2024
English | 72 pages | PDF | 32.7 MB

From the contents:
  • Gospell GR-228BP DRM receiver.
  • The SkyKing TXHF-6 - a very different Discone.
  • The restoration of an Admiralty Pattern X2113A Transmitter Type 5G.
  • Transmit Quality Among Modern Transceivers, Part I.
  • More on the Quansheng UV-K5.

Practical Wireless No 1 (January) 2024

Practical Wireless No 1 (January) 2024

Practical Wireless No 1 (January) 2024
Practical Wireless No 1 (January) 2024
English | 80 pages | True PDF | 14.3 MB

From the contents:
  • Vince Lear G3TKN takes a look at the range of mobile whips available from Ampro.
  • Tim Kirby GW4VXE has another full column of VHF/UHF news, starting with an update on the UV-KS handheld transceiver.
  • Billy McFarland GM6DX constructs a handy portable antenna for the HF bands.

Practical Wireless 2022 Full Year

Practical Wireless 2022 Full Year

Practical Wireless 2022 Full Year
Practical Wireless - 2022 Full Year
English | 12 Issues | True PDF | 270.5 MB

Practical Wireless magazine is the bestselling publication for amateur radio enthusiasts. Redicover old technology, and stay abreast of current technological innovations with Practical Wireless magazine’s informed articles, news and reviews on all aspects of amateur radio. Win and build yourself radio equipment, and get technical with the Technical for the Terrified section, so you can enjoy not only using the radio equipment, but understanding it.

Practical Wireless 2021 Full Year

Practical Wireless 2021 Full Year

Practical Wireless 2021 Full Year
Practical Wireless - 2021 Full Year
English | 12*74 pages | True PDF | 248.7 MB

Practical Wireless has always been a ‘doing’ magazine with the accent on the practical, constructional side of Amateur Radio. Renowned for providing good homebrew projects, PW gives full assembly instructions for all types of old and new ideas ranging from the absolute beginner projects in our series called ‘Radio Basics’ to projects for the more advanced Radio Amateur, such as in our series: Carrying On The Practical Way.

Practical Wireless 2020 Full Year

Practical Wireless 2020 Full Year

Practical Wireless 2020 Full Year
Practical Wireless - 2020 Full Year
English | 12 Issues | True PDF | 268.9 MB

Practical Wireless magazine is the bestselling publication for amateur radio enthusiasts. Redicover old technology, and stay abreast of current technological innovations with Practical Wireless magazine’s informed articles, news and reviews on all aspects of amateur radio. Win and build yourself radio equipment, and get technical with the Technical for the Terrified section, so you can enjoy not only using the radio equipment, but understanding it.

Practical Wireless 2019 Full Year

Practical Wireless 2019 Full Year

Practical Wireless 2019 Full Year
Practical Wireless - 2019 Full Year Issues Collection (12 Issues)
English | 12 Issues | True PDF | 283 MB

Practical Wireless magazine is the bestselling publication for amateur radio enthusiasts. Redicover old technology, and stay abreast of current technological innovations with Practical Wireless magazine’s informed articles, news and reviews on all aspects of amateur radio. Win and build yourself radio equipment, and get technical with the Technical for the Terrified section, so you can enjoy not only using the radio equipment, but understanding it.

Practical Wireless - 2018 Full Year

Practical Wireless - 2018 Full Year

Practical Wireless - 2018 Full Year
Practical Wireless - 2018 Full Year
English | 12 Issues | True PDF | 167 MB

Practical Wireless has always been a ‘doing’ magazine with the accent on the practical, constructional side of Amateur Radio. Renowned for providing good homebrew projects, PW gives full assembly instructions for all types of old and new ideas ranging from the absolute beginner projects in our series called ‘Radio Basics’ to projects for the more advanced Radio Amateur, such as in our series: Carrying On The Practical Way.