Flippin' Ham Radio

By Corey Shields | Ham radio collections by Corey, KB9JHU. You will find a lot of new trends and digital modes in my magazine. Amateur radio, arduino, raspberry pi, d-star, psk31, aprs, etc.. I enjoy portable ops and homebrew antenna work as well so you may find a sprinkling of that mixed in.

50 years since operation "Red Line"

It's hard to believe - especially, I am sure, for those who were involved - that it's been over 50 years since Operation Red Line.
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How to Make a $19 Police Scanner

Please use the information in this guide responsibly.

In this guide I will be using a Newsky TV28T v2 with a RTL2832U & R820T tuner.

SDRSharp Quick …

21MHz. 5el. full size beam

Homebrew Buddipole with Modifications


Ham Radio Tip of the Day: Use WWV to check your rig's calibration

There’s a very simple way to check the calibration of your rig, using WWV and a laptop computer running a digital modes program. First, connect the …


Star Repeater - Blog - GMSK modems for Raspberry Pi and Arduino

I received a very interesting email from Jim KI6ZUM this evening.

Some exciting new prototype GMSK modem boards were shown at the PapaSys luncheon in …


Universal Platform for Digital Amateur Radio


Universal Platform for Digital Amateur Radio

UP4DAR, die universell einsetzbare Hardware für digitale Amateurfunk-Betriebsarten.

88/365: Can you hear me now? KC3RE

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KX3 GoBox 2012

As I was contacted by a few HAMs where to get “my” box I would like to give you a little parts-overview. Unfortunately I`m not able to …

Trackuino: Trackuino Shield

Trackuino Shield

This is really exciting! Kyle Crockett has designed a new Trackuino shield. Just plug it on top of an Arduino board to turn it into an …

Two New Books for Your Amateur Radio Library This Spring

The ARRL has released two new books: Ham Radio for Arduino and PICAXE edited by Leigh L. Klotz Jr, WA5ZNU, and Radio Science for the Radio Amateur by …

Universal Digital Radio UDR56K-4 Transceiver ‹ SPARKY's Blog

Episode 49 - Using D-STAR Low and High Speed Data from the DCC