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