Monthly Archives: August 2014
20 Meters Ham Radio Band is one of the most popular bands for long range (DX) communications. It holds up in most conditions and is were a lot of exciting DX contacts OfficialSWLChannel tells us all about finding signals on the 14 MHz part of the band.
10 Meter Ham Radio Beacons (28 MHz) help us know where propagation is working in our favor for communicating around the world. OfficialSWLChannel provides another excellent video on how to take advantage of these beacons!
OfficialSWLChannel tells us what we can expect on the exciting 40 Meters amateur radio frequencies.
OfficialSWLChannel video about the activity on 80 Meters.
160 Meters is another challenging ham radio band to work. This video tells you what listen for and what to expect. This is another OfficialSWLChannel video.
This is an interesting but challenging ham radio frequency band. Sporadic E propagation is pretty cool but takes some effort. Aurora activity in the upper atmosphere helps. The Officialvhfuhfchannel does a good job on this video.
K7AGE has a superb series of ham radio videos and I have learned a lot from them. Subscribe to his YouTube Channel for information on TONS of topics about amateur radio!