Chris Cox NØUK/G4JEC
Ping Jockeys do it 'til they HEAR the burn!
Following this link will take you to a
brief description of my station.Included are maps showing the grid squares worked from this station. The maps
are colour coded; blue blocks indicate those squares simply worked, whilst
red blocks signify QSL card acknowledgement.
The maps are regenerated each
Calculate distance and bearing between two
Maidenhead Grid Locators
Here you can find a number of VHF,UHF, and SHF contest log entries. Currently, they are
all for N0UK and/or the Eleventh Hour Contest Group, but anyone may sent me their logs and they will be included.
Here's some photographs of the N0UK at WB0GGM Multi-Op site,
and here's one taken during the second leg of the ARRL 10GHz and Up Cumulative in September 2000.
I've been hit
times since the 5th of May 1998
VHF, UHF, & Microwave topics.
Sources of equipment for VHF DX equipment.
Down East Microwave manufacture
and sell a wide range of prebuilt and kit form equipment and accessories. Their
quality of design and support is super.
KB2AH's 1.3GHz Equipmentweb page.
G3SEK's amateur radio technical notebook.
GJ4ICD's VHF/UHF bits.
N.E.W.S. (North East Weak Signal Society) home page.
In 1996, the
Central States VHF Convention
was hosted by the
, in Bloomington, Minnesota. It returns again this year (2006) to the
very same venue.
Details about the event can be found on the preceding web page.
Courtesy of AMSAT-NA, a Maidenhead Grid Locator Converter!
Updated 18 October 2002. Feedback to KB5MU.
Current (fairly!) lower atmosphere temperature gradient
This is a graph depicting the
of the lower atmosphere, as
sounded by the National Weather Service in the Twin Cities.
It may be of use to those interested in predicting the existence of tropospheric enhancement
to VHF and UHF radio signals. Attendees at the 1997 Aurora conference of the Northern Lights
Radio Society will recall the excellent presentation that discussed the usefulness of these
graphs in predicting band enhancements.
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Last modified: Wednesday 14th June 2006
Chris Cox - chrisc at chris.org