One of our very own, Wesley Cardone (N8QM), has written an article that is published in this month’s QEX magazine. The article features the DC characterization of the diode for computer simulation. The magazine should have arrived at your doorstep in the last couple of days. Click here or the photo above to read all about it.
Dale Cole (K8TS) of (also for reference) the Jackson Cascades Amateur Radio Society has offered some tips on how to determine when to work a DX station such as the Bouvet operation. Go to: DXsummit.fi and open the site: As I look at the chart, 30 meters looks best between 1400 and 0100z, 17 meters between 0200 and 1300z with… Read more »
QRZ.com is offering a promotion for a 2-meter handheld, programming software, and programming cable for under $60. This is a special program to get new hams started and is sponsored by QRZ.com and GigaParts. This is applicable for hams who recently obtained their amateur radio license. It is currently running until December 31 with over 2,000 units having gone out… Read more »
UPDATE: I have satisfied this need. I NEED HELP Greetings to my dear amateur radio aficionados and other friendly geeks with too much time on their hands. 🙂 I have written a paper for submission to the ARRL QEX magazine describing a fuse model and characterization protocol for conserved computer simulation (i.e. Saber, Ansys Simplorer, LTSpice, etc.). It is nearly… Read more »