The ship is active on the Museum Ships weekend "on the air" days so you might be lucky to hear it.
Thanks for stopping by. This is where I publish a lot of my features and thoughts on HF propagation, antennas and other ham radio topics. I write for a number of radio magazines, including the RSGB's RadCom and ARRL's QST. I am also chairman of the RSGB's Propagation Studies Committee. When not playing radio I'm a professional journalist specialising in aerospace, science and technology and author of the RSGB's "Stealth Antennas" and "An Introduction to Antenna Modelling".
|In September, 10m propagation from the UK generally favours |
|The finished three-bad MTR QRP rig.|
|Bear in mind that this board is only 8.5cm wide.|
|The SRC X65 with its original box, now long gone.|
|The circuit diagram - you can easily make this on |
a piece of PCB.
|The tiny commercial version, direct from Roelof.|
|My own version built (very) ugly style and now |
mounted in a piece of 40mm PVC pipe.
|Predicted 10m propagation at 1600UTC March|
|N2PD/B||New York, 5W||28.285|