The May issue of Practical Wireless is out today!

Read here for some of the highlights...

Not just one, but three reviews: the Ailunce HD-1 and Radioddity GD-77 dual-band DMR handhelds and the Leixen VV898 dual-band FM mobile.
HF Highlights: Steve Telenius-Lowe PJ4DX with another selection of reports on HF band conditions.
Kits and Modules: Geoff Theasby G8BMI’s choices this month are a simple Morse oscillator and key and a bat detector. 
Valve and Vintage: Ben Nock G4BXD takes time away from his usual military focus to look at some elderly marine sets.
The World of VHF: Tim Kirby G4VXE gets excited at the rapid growth in FT8 activity on the 2m band and has plenty of other news too.
Carrying on the Practical Way: Ian Liston-Smith G4JQT shows how you can get on the air with a simple two-transistor design.
Starting Over: Lee Aldridge G4EJB writes about his return to the hobby with the desire to give hope and encouragement to others doing the same. 
Data Modes: Mike Richards G4WNC reports on a new animal in the Pi stable and explains how to access GPS time when away from the internet.
What Next: Colin Redwood G6MXL looks at amateur radio beacons and their uses. 
Doing it by Design: Eric Edwards GW8LJJ describes an audio bandpass filter that can be a useful add-on to a homebrew receiver or transceiver.
Emerging Technology: Chris Lorek G4HCL looks at evolving amateur radio modes, the wireless Internet of Space and the development of physically-powered radios.
Digging down into the Reverse Beacon Network: Martin Waller G0PJO explains the ins and outs of the Reverse Beacon Network.
Homemade Rotator Controllers: Jonathan Hare G1EXG describes ways in which you can engineer your own rotator controller.
Making Waves: Steve White G3ZVW looks at Coronal Holes and the effect they have on HF propagation.
Hints and Tips: A selection of hints and tips submitted by readers.

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