Find out what's inside the February 2022 issue of Practical Wireless

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Editor Don Field talks through some of the key highlights from the latest issue of Practical Wireless

PW at 90: A look back at PW’s second decade.
SDR, Part 2: Dr Samuel Ritchie EI9FZB continues the series by discussing tuning the LW and MW Bands.
Test Equipment for the Shack: Chris Murphy M0HLS advises on the purchase of basic test equipment for the workshop.
The World of VHF: Tim Kirby GW4VXE makes a plea for more FM activity, to keep our bands alive day to day.
The 13th Practical Wireless 70MHz Contest: Colin Redwood G6MXL has the results of last September’s event.
HF Highlights: Steve Telenius-Lowe PJ4DX has lots of reader input, as usual, but starts with a review of recent propagation and a suggestion to try the RSGB FT4 events.
Valve & Vintage: Mike Bedford G4AEE suggests that we can have wireless without wireless, looks at some of the pioneers who did exactly that, and considers what it means to us today.
Kits & Modules: Geoff Theasby G8BMI plays with a cheap but interesting SDR receiver.
Notes from a Small Station: Joe Chester M1MWD moves to yet another QTH and bids adieu, for the time being at least.
What Next: This month’s wide-ranging column covers topics as diverse as DXpeditions, Cabrillo contest logs, Ofcom’s EMF regulations, and an update on exam arrangements. 
The PW Paston: Mark Tuttle G0TMT embarks on building a homebrew CW, QRP transceiver for the 40m band.
The Morse Mode: Roger Cooke G3LDI starts off by discussing matters procedural.
An Introduction to Microwave Radio, Part 2: Ian Dilworth G3WRT returns to the subject of Microwaves with a look at the sort of components and test equipment that are available to the experimenter.
Data Modes: Mike Richards G4WNC has an introduction to SDR-Console and some ideas for solving problems commonly encountered by those new to data modes operation.
Readers’ Letters: Topics include radio over the internet, online learning, earthing, CE marking and more.

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