Practical Wireless October is on sale now!
What's inside this months issue?
The October 2019 issue of Practical Wireless is now available. Here are some of the highlights:
Review – Elecraft AX1: Joe Chester MW1MWD takes a look at the compact portable AX1 antenna from Elecraft.
The QCX QRP Transceiver (Part One): Daimon Tilley G4USI follows up his build of a uBitx transceiver by taking on the QCX single-band transceiver kit.
CW Bootcamp at 70: Realising that Morse has an advantage over SSB for low power operation, Joe Chester MW1MWD signs up for the rigours of Bootcamp.
Carrying on the Practical Way: Martin Waller G0PJO returns, this time with a reworking of the DATONG D70 Morse tutor but using modern devices.
Starting Over: Lee Aldridge G4EJB wraps up his Starting Over exploits and starts making some QSOs!
In Focus – Nevada Radio: Don G3XTT pays a visit to Nevada Radio on the occasion of their 50th anniversary.
Valve & Vintage: Duncan James M0OTG asks what we can learn from a Cossor 1052 Double-Beam Oscillograph.
In the Shop: Harry Leeming G3LLL wonders whether the powers-that-be (and others) will ever really learn about the need for secure communications.
Operating 101: Tony Jones G7ETW explains the basics of repeater operation, often the first operation encountered by new licensees.
Kits and Modules: Geoff Theasby G8BMI builds a cheap analogue multimeter. Yet another simple project with learning aspects and ending up as a handy accessory in the shack.
The World of VHF: Following on from the Es season, Tim Kirby G4VXE has a full postbag but starts with a plea for more 2m activity.
Data Modes: Mike Richards G4WNC is enjoying lots of new toys again this month – join him as he explores them all!
What Next: Colin Redwood G6MXL starts an exploration of contests and their terminology, answering the numerous questions asked by newcomers to contesting.
The Morse Mode: Roger Cooke G3LDI waxes lyrical about the popularity of Morse even in this digital age.
HF Highlights: With the autumn season approaching fast, Steve PJ4DX has a full column covering past and forthcoming activity and an update on solar predictions.
Flexible Operating for Octogenarians: Moving to a Software Defined Radio can be a challenge. Roger Cooke G3LDI takes you through his recent adventures while doing exactly that.
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