The November 2021 issue of Practical Wireless is now available to read!

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Don G3XTT highlights some of the big talking points.

The November 2021 issue of Practical Wireless is now available. Here are some of the highlights:
Review: Lab 599 Discovery TX-500: Daimon Tilley G4USI gets to play with a fascinating new QRP portable transceiver from Russia.
HF Highlights: With the recent upturn in HF conditions, Steve PJ4DX has plenty of reports from readers.
An Introduction to Microwave Radio, Part 1: Ian Dilworth G3WRT looks at microwave engineering advances, design, and construction for 2021 radio/wireless enthusiasts.
Making Waves: In his final column, Steve White G3ZVW covers meteor scatter, a propagation mode increasingly popular with VHF DXers.
RCF Supports School Radio Clubs: Steve Hartley G0FUW has an update on the work of the RCF.
2021 PW 144MHz QRP Contest Results 
Colin Redwood G6MXL has the results of the June 2021 2m QRP Contest.
Repurposing Inductors: Dr Samuel Ritchie EI9FZB explains how to make use of TOKO inductors in a modern project. 
Valve & Vintage: Philip Moss describes the once-popular HRO Senior receiver.
The World of VHF: Tim Kirby GW4VXE has another packed column, starting with news of a great 2m opening across the Pond.
Data Modes: Mike Richards G4WNC describes JS8CALL and has some Windows and Linux advice, but starts with a correction.
Amateur Radio on a Budget, Part Five: Daimon Tilley G4USI talks readers through some cheap but effective HF antennas.
Technical for the Terrified: Tony Jones G7ETW unravels the mysteries of coaxial cable.
Doing it be Design: Eric Edwards GW8LJJ describes how to build a useful piece of test equipment for the shack.
Readers’ Letters: Another wide selection, ranging from the B40 receiver, through Ofcom rules to the cube resistor puzzle.

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