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Computer Displayed Location (QTH) and Callsign of CB operators within DX range Listening (RX) or Talking (TX). While I have a few different ideas to improve the general overall… Read more »






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  • CQDX11.com CB Radio Live Stream from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia After much testing I have finally setup an ASUS Laptop with Streaming Software to Live Stream CB Radio… Read more »






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  • Ever wanted to know more on the RX & TX characteristics of your CB Radio whilst in a QSO with a DX contact? Have you considered the options of using Tablet or PC’s to display the AUDIO and RF spectrum across 27 Mhz with a simple $20 SDR USB dongle?











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    In layman’s terms a DDRR is just a short vertical monopole (vertical post) attached to a transmission line tuned by a reactance (ring plus vacuum capacitor). The reactance of the capacitor is transformed by the transmission line and will under specific conditions (length, value of the capacitor, etc.) make the vertical post resonant. Slight variations of the capacitor will lengthen or make the transmission line “shorter” and allow tuning of the antenna on a certain range.











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