Grounding conductors

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 Grounding ConductorsRF grounding: In the simplest view, radio frequency grounding provides a direct path to ground potential for electrical...

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Tower Grounding

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 Tower GroundingA typical lightning bolt may carry current of between 20,000 and 40,000 amps, half a billion to 500 billion joules of energy...

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Electrical Shock Protection

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 It won’t shock you to realize that electrical safety is no joke in amateur radio. The 120 VAC that most home stations feed into a power sup...

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RF Exposure

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 Radio frequency exposure is usually not a significant hazard for most amateur radio stations. However, you should be familiar with the FCC ...

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I Got My License, Now What?

Credit Bob KØNR

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It seems that when people are studying for their ham radio Technician license exam, they understandably get very focused on learning the ma...

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Credit Bob KØNR

Build A 2M Yagi for Emergencies (and Fun!)

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  Build a usable Yagi style antenna for the 2 Meter (2M - 144MHz) amateur radio band.  The challenge part is that I wanted to use stuff I ha...

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How does a J-pole antenna work

How does a J-pole antenna work?

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How does a J-pole antenna work?

 Find out how a J-pole amateur radio antenna works! 

How To Build A Dipole Antenna

HF Propagation & Sunspots

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HF Radio Propagation and Sunspots

- an overview of the basics of the effects that sunspots have on HF radio propagation and radio communicat...

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Solar Flares and Disturbances

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Solar Flares and Disturbances for Radio Propagation

An overview of the basics of solar flares and other disturbances including CMEs and how ...

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