Top PSK31 Tips for Beginners (Part 2) 8

Top PSK31 Tips for Beginners (Part 2)
I originally wrote my Top 10 PSK31 Tips for Beginners post to help others overcome the hurdles i had to work out for myself. The blog post has proved quite popular, so i thought i’d continue with some additional tips i have learnt since writing the first post. I hope you find something useful here to improve your ...

2E0JCQ QSL Cards

2E0JCQ QSL Cards
I’ve recently had QSL cards printed up by fdsQSL.com and was impressed by the service and cost (£29 for 200 inc. postage). I asked for two QSL cards to be drafted and received the proofs from fdsQSL:     I found it really hard to choose between the two but in the end i felt the ...

Top 10 PSK31 Tips for Beginners (Part 1) 25

Top 10 PSK31 Tips for Beginners (Part 1)
Introduction I’ve recently got into the PSK31 data mode (as a new ham) and in a short while i have learnt a number of things that should prove useful to other amateur radio operators beginning with this facet of our hobby. So i thought i would share them here in the spirit of amateur radio. ...

What Does the Average PSK31 Contact Look Like? 4

What Does the Average PSK31 Contact Look Like?
 When i first started transmitting using PSK31 i struggled to find any web page advising me on how the average PSK31 QSO went down. I hope to address this here and help any other amateurs who may not know where to start. This template assumes that a standard “rubber stamp” QSO is taking place and ...

Getting my Intermediate Amateur Radio License 1

Getting my Intermediate Amateur Radio License
 Following on from getting my foundation amateur radio license in January i wanted to continue my learning and go for the Intermediate license. I took the exam on the 2nd March and passed pretty well with a score of 41/45. I’m now the proud owner of the call sign 2E0JCQ. Below i’ve outlined what’s involved ...