New HF Amp Will Shock Ham Radio

WELLSBURG, Missouri – In a jaw-dropping announcement at the Consumer Electronics Convention (CEC) in Las Lunas, New Mexico, the Peanut Whistle Transmitter Company – makers of the famous Peanut Whistle 250 transmitter – announced a companion line of HF amplifiers to please even the most discerning amateur radio operator. The new “Skeeter” line of high frequency amplifiers are optimized around the […]

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Trump Promises Greatest Propagation Ever

NEWINGSTEAD, VT –  Newly inaugurated President Trump wasted no time reaching out to members of the amateur radio community. On Monday, President Trump was the keynote speaker at a banquet co-sponsored by radio equipment manufacturer Peanut Whistle Transmitters Inc. and the National Radio Retransmission Legion (NRRL). Trump was a surprise late addition to the speaker lineup for the annual two-day […]

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Radio Handbook Gets Back To The Basics

By K5KVN, on the scene NEWINGSTEAD, VT – The National Radio Retransmission Legion (NRRL) will release next week an updated version of its popular “Ham Radio Operator’s Manual of Operating.” This edition will be a departure from its usually highly technical subject matter. Instead, the NRRL says the authors decided to “get back to the basics.” “We need to stop being overly […]

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Area Ham Sets Up Beer Night On DX Cluster

By K5KVN, on the scene LEXINGTON, Ky. — Raymond Sutler and friends had a “heck of a time” last night thanks to a website meant for posting reception of distant amateur radio stations. Sutler and his radio buddies weren’t concerned with radio propagation, though. “One time, I saw Indonesia spotted on 20 meters but I needed him on 40,” said […]

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75 Meter Lids Vow To Take Back Title

By WBØRUR, on the scene BURBANK, Ariz. –The group of n’er-do-well hams who call the 75 meter band home (and fill the airwaves with disgusting sounds, comments and vulgar language) have vowed to take back the title of “Most Vile Ham Radio Operators” after relinquishing the honor to relatively new upstarts. “We really have let our standards slip,” says an […]

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