Technical Resources

Perhaps one of the most comprehensive collections of radio related information in one location is available from a very serious contestant Charles ( Tom ) Rauch W8JI.

Be sure to check out Tom’s amazing Contesting Station at W8JI Contest Station.  Scroll down on the the page and you will see why the station was the first USA to ever score over one million points in any 160 contest, and consistently places first or second place for USA locations.

Links by category to W8JI’s collection of information

[ Home of W8JI ][ 160 meter History ] [ NDB and Fish Net Beacons ] [ Amplifiers ] [ Antennas ] [ Balun Test ] [ Steel wool balun ] [ Boat Anchors ] [ Building a Current Meter ] [ Capture Area Ae effective aperture ] [ Cars and Motorhead Stuff ] [ Checking bandwidth with receiver ] [ Coaxial Cable Leakage ] [ Coaxial line, shielded ground, and shielded wires ] [ Unwanted Antenna Coupling ] [ diversity receiver and transmission ] [ DX sound files ] [ Filters and Stubs ] [ Ground Systems ] [ Ground resistance measurements ] [ How to Check Signals ] [ Keyclicks ] [ MFJ-259B Calibration ] [ Mixing Wide and Narrow Modes ] [ Power Supplies ] [ RADIO NOISE ] [ Radiation and Fields ] [ What Radio or Rig Do I Need ] [ Receivers ] [ RF Relay Contact Rating ] [ RF Noise Powerstroke Diesel ] [ Skin depth, Shields, and Conductors ] [ stacking broadside collinear ] [ Transmitter Bandwidth and Splatter ] [ Verticals and Common-mode Current Isolation ] [ TKO 600 transmission shifting problem ] [ D104 to low impedance ] [ Table of Contents ] [ Train Real and Models ] [ W8JI House Hamshack ] [ W8JI Contest Station ] [ Transmitters, Amplifiers, and Linears ] [ Dielectric Grease vs Conductive Grease ]

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