The Icom IC-R75 Receiver


Icom’s IC-R75 tabletop HF communications receiver came into the market back in 1999 and was taken out of production in late 2015. Frequency coverage is from 30 Hz right to 60 MHz. This allows one to catch the 6 Meter amateur band as well. USA versions include a “Floor Brick” AC power supply. For most … Read more

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Beginner’s Guide To SDRs

Software Defined Radio

Software-defined radio (SDR) is a technology that allows radio communication systems to be designed and implemented using software, rather than traditional hardware-based approaches. With SDR, radio communication systems can be easily adapted and reconfigured to meet changing needs and requirements, making it an ideal choice for both hobbyists and professional radio operators. Simple Steps to … Read more

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Free SWL and ham software

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There are many free software programs available for shortwave listeners and ham radio operators. Some popular options include: There are many other free software programs available as well, each with its own specific features and capabilities. It is worth exploring different options to find the one that best meets your needs and interests. Here is … Read more

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Almost FREE Shortwave Antenna Splitter

Antenna Splitter

Hey there, fellow YouTubers! I just received a package from American Radio Supply and I wanted to share with you guys what I’m up to with these little connectors. I have multiple shortwave radios in my shack and I wanted to share an antenna with all of them. After looking online for combiner splitters, I … Read more

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