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Anything to do with long path propagation - intentionally pointing a signal directly away from the intended recipient, such that it will go around the Earth before reaching them.
Near Vertical Incidence Skywave refers to (normally HF) signals being radiated nearly vertically from the antenna, then reflected in the ionosphere resulting in an almost circular transmission coverag…
High-speed multimedia radio (HSMM) includes wireless data networks over amateur radio frequencies using commercially available hardware, such as 802.11 access points
Bowtie antennas, such as often seen used for TV reception.
the Multi-Use Radio Service in the United States. It is license-free. FCC Type-certified equipment is required for the use of this service. 5 VHF channels are allocated, with a multitude of…
Questions regarding the Kenwood TH-D74A/E transceiver
when the topic is related to true noise blankers that remove short impulses from the input signal, as opposed to noise limiters which are more like AGCs
when the topic is about the P25 set of standards that allow a channel to be shared between both voice and data separately or together, via simplex or repeater.
for any discussion that involves the sun. Specifically, with how to capture the 1 KW per Square Meter of light energy it deposits on earth in order to convert it to electricity.
a manufacturer of DMR and analog radios. Use this tag when the question is related to specific features of those models.
a type of antenna.