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Antenna Installation How to From Nationwide Antennas By: Matthew Crofts
In many areas of Australia, an over-the-air or broadcast antenna is the choice way for receiving television station feeds When it comes to antenna installation, consumers have two ...
An Antenna Installation Franchise For Your Future By: Matthew Crofts
Downsizing ...
Getting A Job In Today's Christian Radio Broadcasting By: John Ash
What are Christian Radio jobs Radio broadcasting jobs are evolving and presently it has grown to a status of reaching to millions of people across the globe, thanks to the advancement in the Radio broadcasting techniques and its proper use in ...
Walkie Talkie Sets - Communication That's Never Out of Style By: Troy Schultz
With cell phones and other advanced technology, few consider a walkie talkie set as an exciting way to communicate When you are out of cell phone range and need to stay connected to family members or others in your party, a two way radio is a very ...
Revive Your Child's Imagination With a Walkie Talkie Set By: Troy Schultz
When you watched television as a child, you probably thought walkie talkie sets were a cool idea Being able to talk to someone from a distance seemed like the best thing ever and if your parents would just buy you a set, your life would be ...
Walkie Talkie Sets Are the Natural Way to Stay Connected By: Troy Schultz
When camping or hiking, you are typically in a remote area with no cellular signal This can pose a danger for those that might get lost or injured on the ...
So Exactly What is the Difference Between 10 Meter Radio and CB Radio By: Jeff C Thorson
Over the past few years the line between traditional CB radio and 10 meter radio has become blurred Phrases like '10 meter CB radio' and 'export CB radio' have irrevocably woven themselves into the amateur radio and CB radio ...
What is Radio? By: David Thorson
The idea of electromagnetic radiation was first set out by Scottish Physicist James Clark Maxwell in 1865 he expanded on work done by Michael Faraday At the time no-one had a clue that they would lead to so many discoveries, including the radio ...
What Use is Radio, I've Got a Cellphone By: David Thorson
On June 4th 2010 a flash flood hit the Albert Pike recreation Area, a part of Ouachita National Forest around 75 miles from Little Rock in Arkansas The waters rose hard and fast, over eight feet per hour and with so much force it peeled the bark ...
Why Radio Thrives on Crime By: David Thorson
The story of radio begins with the telegraph and the solution of a crime The telegraph was first installed on the UK's revolutionary Great Western ...
Is CB Radio Dead? By: David Thorson
You might be forgiven for thinking that radio has had it's day No, I'm not talking about audio programs, I'm talking about real radio, the kind that helps us communicate across the ...
CB Radio, Nine Things You Need to Know By: David Thorson
1 As long as you stick to CB radio you will not need a license and won't have to pass any ...
Amateur Radio Enthusiasts: Arthur Collins By: David Thorson
Radio transmission has played a crucial part in the success of many expeditions and explorations In some cases radio has been used to summon help, in others it has simply been a means of contact, of sending back scientific and other information ...
Amateur Radio: Why 10 Meter Radio? By: David Thorson
If you dream of far away places with strange sounding names, the 10 meter radio may be exactly what you are looking for Ten meters is primarily a day time waveband; in the USA it is often possible to hear Europe in the morning, all of the Americas ...
Amateur Radio and the Walkie Talkie Bank Job By: David Thorson
In these days of cellphone communication its is often difficult to remember that radio communication between two parties isn't private Any radio amateur knows that, but it seems that back in 1971 some bank robbers hadn't quite got the idea, so when ...
History of 10 - 10 By: David Thorson
Everyone has heard of Amateur Radio, but have you heard of 'Ten - Ten International Net Inc' The 10 meter band is a part of the shortwave radio spectrum allocated for amateur radio use and is made up of frequencies stretching from 28 ...
Ham Radio - A Fascinating Hobby By: David Thorson
Ham Radio is a fascinating hobby Since licensing was first issued, many millions of radio licenses have been ...
Ten Meter Radio and the Oscars By: David Thorson
No, I'm not talking about the Academy Awards Amateur radio has it's own Oscars, but they're not awards given to glamorous movie stars, directors and ...
Ten Things to Love About 10 Meter Radio By: David Thorson
If you've been bitten by the radio 'bug' and enjoy using a CB radio why not move up to something with a little more range and power The ten meter waveband occupies the 28 to ...
Amateur Radio: We've Got it Taped. By: David Thorson
The thing about radio is that conversations aren't private, and as a result some conversations that should never be heard can reach a wide audience In this case, they were even put on ...
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