ZS6EZ's Radio Tutorials Page
Last updated 2016-12-12
This page contains some tutorials for radio amateurs.
How to make a Morse Code contact is a practical
guide to making contacts on this mode. It include a discussion on tools,
frequencies, procedures, abbreviations, Q signals and signal reports.
The How to apply for your DXCC in southern Africa
provides a description of DXCC, links to South African membership lists,
te application process and pointers on how often to update your records.
Multiplier Passing in DX Contests, a practical
approach to the why and how of multiplier passing. It is specifically written for
multi-operator stations using N1MM+, but it is equally valid for single operators
and other logging software.
How to improve your QSL returns, a practical guide
to confirming amateur radio contacts without breaking the bank.
During late 2015 and early 2016, I edited the
guide for prospective radio amateurs to bring it to full CEPT compliance.
I also produced
an Afrikaans translation. In the process, I produced a list of
terms. These are all in use by SARL students, and even the scholars
in some mainstream schools, and are available free of charge.
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