The Solar Eclipse and Ham Radio

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The Solar Eclipse and Ham Radio

by KirtB » Tue Jul 25, 2017 5:41 pm

The Solar Eclipse and Ham Radio

QST's H. Ward Silver published this article in Nuts & Volts magazine describing some of the activities planned for next month's total solar eclipse that will stretch from Oregon to South Carolina. The man must write with both hands to publish so much material every month! Hams in the U.S. have not had such an opportunity to experience nighttime propagation during the daytime since 1979's total eclipse which passed through only 5 northwestern states. The entire August 2017 issue of QST is dedicated to equipment, software, and websites set up to document and assimilate the most massive amount of data ever collected ...