There's much more to VHF and UHF ham radio than FM and repeaters, and CQ VHF covers it all! Each quarterly issue is full of articles on the technology, activities, people and products that give VHF/UHF ham radio its unique flavor as our writers explore the opportunities you'll find on 6 & 2 meters, 222 & 440 MHz and above.
CQ VHF covers a broad range of skill levels, from the new Technician learning to program a handheld to the Extra Class microwave experimenter bouncing signals off the moon or working meteor scatter. Articles cover operating, technical topics, construction and radio history.
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The lead story is about one of the more successful recent 6-meter DXpeditions. Lance Collister, W7GJ, wrote about his near week-long trip to Clipperton Island. Also in this issue: Jim Kennedy, K6MIO/KH6, wrote about unique 6-meter sporadic-E propagation during June 27-29, 2012. JoAnne Maenpaa, K9JKM, wrote about making digital contacts with the International Space Station. Ken Neubeck, WB2AMU, wrote about the opportunities created when sporadic-E and TEP get connected. Gordon West, WB6NOA, wrote about preserving weak signal frequencies. Read these articles, along with the regular columns in this latest issue of CQ VHF magazine.
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