Take a good LONG while browsing around N5DUX’s resources page. If you can’t find something useful to do on this page, beginner or certified old-time ‘Have Another Meal’ guy, the problem is you.
Check it out and try some of the things on the page. It builds skills and confidence; two things that can never be taken away.
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Thanks for posting.
Many thanks, not just for this but for all your work on this site. Very much appreciated!
Motherlode indeed. As a “have another meal” guy, I downloaded more than two dozen files.
Great resource, thanks for sharing.
Wow, that’s quite a list Thank you!
Incredible stash of info, thank you….I’m looking at the rain gutter loop and regular loop antenna, might be the answer to my needs……i can easily run 14ga stranded 6-12″ via roof mounts around the perimeter of my little ranch, up to 80m, connect to some 300-450ohm ladder line, feed into shack and tuner….
i’m doing the math already and looking into roof mount stand offs…should be very discreet….
bunch of other cool stuff too for tinkering, maybe i’ll put that “stuff,” in garage to use….
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Unbelievable!!!! More for a rainy night. It reminds me of something you would find in a “Whole Earth Catalog” issue. A lot to puruse…..
Definitely something there for everyone.
Saved them for later:
wget –mirror –accept=pdf http://www.n5dux.com/ham/files/pdf/
Total 1.9GB, if you have the connection and time to archive it. Some awesome articles in there for a rainy day project.
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Outstanding; thank you VERY much.
Wow, Thx. Only if we had CPUs connected to our brains.
Any ideas or resources on how to set up a text network via radio ? Local area only. Kind of a radio intranet but with text only.
Yes I do- some stuff regarding Packet is coming in the near future.
Put these on a flash drive and offer the lot for sale. This comprehensive library of radio reference information is valuable and should be preserved for use off the web. It would be worth a few bucks to have it all on a flash drive.
Thanks for posting this. Just bought my first ham radio and a training package for Technician class.
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