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Crystal Radios / Fox Hole Radios: For me, it all started here
Crystal Radios / Fox Hole Radios: For me, it all started here | N6CCAbove: Showing the detail of the safety pin used to hold the pencil lead against the razor blade. The copper wire connects the “lead” to the safety pin and the antenna circuit. This assembly functions as the “Cat’s Whisker” of classical crystal radios. My cat was especially appreciative of this alternate design.
Amateur Radio Antenna Connectors - KB9VBR Antennas
I've always said that ham radio would be so much more fun if it weren't for all the wires and connectors. It always seems that there is always a cable coming loose, causing the whole mess not to work. But connectors are an important component of ham radio, and they certainly seem to bemystify new…
The BIG List of RTL-SDR Supported Software
There are now dozens of software defined radio packages that support the ultra cheap RTL-SDR. On this page we will attempt to list, categorize and provide a brief overview of each software program. We categorize the programs into general purpose software, single purpose software, research software and software compatible with audio piping. If you know of …