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Questions about low-noise amplifiers (LNAs) and their application in receiving antenna systems.
Impedance matching transformers as related to amateur radio.
Questions about shortwave listening and similar low-frequency reception activities.
A function of receivers which mutes the audio when no signal is present; there are various and mode-dependent ways of making this determination. For PL/CTCSS in particular, use the [tone-squelch] tag.
the frequency range 3-30 kHz.
Questions about military surplus radio equipment, especially related to converting them for amateur radio use.
Digital mobile radio, a digital voice mode found on VHF and UHF bands.
for questions relating to the ever popular "UHF" connector (SO-239 is the "female" type mounted on a chassis; PL-259 is the "male" connector usually found on the ends of coax).
Questions relating to determining your location or the location of a QSO based on one of the various systems of measurement (lat/lon, GPS coordinates, ARRL section, CQ Zones, ITU Zones, Maidenhead Gri…
Matters related to amateur radio operation beyond the jurisdiction of a ham's licensing entity.
Transporting, setting up, and operating a temporary station. For operation from a vehicle, use [mobile] instead.
for anything related to the FLDigi software suite.
Medium Frequency: The frequency range from 300 kHz to 3 MHz
Questions specific to rules, regulations, and practices in India.
Questions about panadapters, waterfall displays, band scopes, or any other equipment that displays a plot of RF power vs. frequency. For test equipment, use the specific tag [spectrum-analyzer].
Antennas composed of more than one dipole antenna with one feed point.
For questions related to charging batteries. Please specify the battery type in the text.
Family Radio Service, most common "Walkie Talkies"
for questions about physical installations, including physical mounting of equipment and equipment interconnections.
Questions about getting started in amateur radio etc.