DMR Radio Guide

I am going to share some general information about DMR, digital radio system, to provide basic information on what starters need to do and be careful about so the wide range network operation will not be interrupted. I will start with some technical information to be followed with the former. […]

Ham Radio Related Facebook Pages and Groups

Ham Radio Related Facebook Pages ARRL https://www.facebook.com/ARRL.org DxCoffee.com – Expressly for DXers https://www.facebook.com/DxCoffee DX-World https://www.facebook.com/DXWorld.net DXZone.com https://www.facebook.com/thedxzone Ham Radio https://www.facebook.com/HamRadios Ham Radio APRS Pro https://www.facebook.com/aprspro Hamradiostar https://www.facebook.com/hamradiostar Ham Radio Me https://www.facebook.com/HamRadioMe Ham Radio Antenna DIY https://www.facebook.com/HAM-RADIO-Antenna-DIY-509997899163131 HamRadioNow https://www.facebook.com/HamRadioNow Ham Radio and Raspberry Pi https://www.facebook.com/larry.puza.ham.radio QRZ https://www.facebook.com/qrzcom QRZ Now https://www.facebook.com/QRZNow Ham Radio Related Facebook Groups 10 Meter Ham https://www.facebook.com/groups/10meterhamradio/ 100 Watts and a Wire https://www.facebook.com/groups/100wattsandawire/ 3.916 tailgaters and […]

Online Resources for Ham Amateurs

The sources here are updated from time to time and new ones are added if found. If you would like to suggest useful sites please drop me an email erhan@ta1lsx.com or write to the comments area. International sites (English, Italian, etc) http://www.iaru-r1.org International Amateur Radio Union Region1 http://www.arrl.org http://www.ac6v.com http://www.amateur-radio-wiki.net http://forum.hamuniverse.com http://officinahf.jimdo.com Related to […]

ITU Regions and Map

What is ITU Regions? In the International Radio Regulation, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) divides the world into three ITU regions to manage its radio spectrum. The main reason for separating regions in this way is that they have their own frequency allocation. Which countries do ITU Regions cover? Region […]

Ham Radio DX Callsign Prefix Database & ITU CQ Map

AAA-ALZ: United States AMA-AOZ: Spain APA-ASZ: Pakistan ATA-AWZ: India AXA-AXZ: Australia AYA-AZZ: Argentina A2A-A2Z: Botswana A3A-A3Z: Tonga A4A-A4Z: Oman A5A-A5Z: Bhutan A6A-A6Z: United Arab Emirates A7A-A7Z: Qatar A8A-A8Z: Liberia A9A-A9Z: Bahrain BAA-BZZ: China (BVA-BVZ used by Taiwan) CAA-CEZ: Chile CFA-CKZ: Canada CLA-CMZ: Cuba CNA-CNZ: Morocco COA-COZ: Cuba CPA-CPZ: Bolivia CQA-CUZ: Portugal CVA-CXA: Uruguay CYA-CZZ: Canada C2A-C2Z: Nauru C3A-C3Z: Andorra C4A-C4Z: Cyprus C5A-C5Z: The Gambia C6A-C6Z: Bahamas C7A-C7Z: World Meteorological Organization C8A-C9Z: Mozambique DAA-DRZ: Germany DSA-DTZ: South Korea DUA-DZZ: Philippines D2A-D3Z: Angola D4A-D4Z: Cape Verde Islands D5A-D5Z: Liberia […]

Ham Radio Comics

Some comics related Ham radio world.. If you have some more please share with me erhan@ta1lsx.com, 73. *We’re ready for our field day activity… Wanna play some chess? ICOM ‘s ADVENTURES of ZACK & MAX  series can be downloaded here.         All credits goes to K5QHD – Garland Amateur Radio Club

What is QRP?

The abbreviation QRP is actually one of the acronym Q codes used in amateur radio. QRP means “please reduce power“. Today, QRP means to operate using low power, and a ham is said to be operating QRP when his CW output power is 5 watts or less or his SSB output is 10 watts or less. Here, […]