Tags

A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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Questions about low-noise amplifiers (LNAs) and their application in receiving antenna systems.
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Questions about digital signal processing, whether of RF, audio, or digital signals. For RF, consider [software-defined-radio].
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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).
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for questions relating to protection of equipment from undesired external inputs such as overvoltages, RF coupling, and other potentially damaging inputs.
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Matters related to amateur radio operation beyond the jurisdiction of a ham's licensing entity.
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for questions about physical installations, including physical mounting of equipment and equipment interconnections.
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measured, what those measurements mean and how they affect amateur radio activity.
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Questions specific to rules, regulations, and practices in India.
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for questions specifically about line of sight communications, as opposed to communications using active or passive reflectors (repeaters, meteor scatter, ionospheric propagation, etc.). …
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The Maidenhead locator system allows expressing a latitude and longitude as a compact series of letters and numbers, and was adopted in 1980. A Maidenhead locator is typically expressed as two or thre…
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Medium Frequency: The frequency range from 300 kHz to 3 MHz
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For questions related to charging batteries. Please specify the battery type in the text.
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Simplex refers to the transmission and reception on the same frequency, or using a single carrier (such as a cable). Also consider the line-of-sight tag.
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a loop antenna having an electrically small circumference, often less than 1/10th wavelength.
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Family Radio Service, most common "Walkie Talkies"
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Questions relating to variability in the Sun-Earth system and the impacts on radio communications.