RadCom Basics is a bi-monthly digital publication that explores key aspects of amateur radio in a straightforward and accessible way
In this edition…
- Welcome to the latest edition from Lee, G4EJB, RadCom Basics editor
Readers’ comments, article updates and a new index of recent articles; with Christmas in mind, I take a look at the RSGB Shop and all it has to offer
- What is software-defined radio?
Software-defined Radio (SDR) is arguably one of the most important innovations in the world of amateur radio for some time; but what is it and why is it important?
- How to take part in a radio net
A net, or network, is a gathering of like-minded individuals on an amateur radio frequency; it is a bit like a round-table discussion, but via radio—a few pointers to help you get started
- Making the most of the low bands this winter
Winter is traditionally the time to switch to the low bands of 160m (1.8MHz), 80m (3.5MHz) and 40m (7MHz)—some insights on why the long winter nights bring these bands alive
- Index of RadCom Basics articles: editions 11 to 13
To help you find recent articles in RadCom Basics
About RadCom Basics
RadCom Basics is a bi-monthly digital publication for RSGB Members new to amateur radio that explores key aspects of amateur radio in a straightforward and accessible way.
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