CQ Amateur Radio is the authority that amateur radio enthusiasts turn to for practical tips, information, and the latest technological updates. Each monthly issue is loaded with clearly written engaging articles that discuss fun-to-build projects that can be very useful for your ham shack, book reviews, amateur radio contests and contest results, ham radio-friendly locations and travels, the latest technologies and gadgets to enhance the ham radio experience, stories of action-packed ham radio adventures of amateur radio buffs, and other features that are written to deepen the understanding of readers on ham radio science.
The latest issue features The VooDoo Contest Group in Africa and Results of the 2012 CQ WW DX Contest. Other articles include: CQ Mini Book Review, which reviews books by W4VYD and VE6CNU; Math’s Notes, which explains how to start using LEDs; The Ham Notebook, which looks into D-Star and the “mini-industry” of products it has inspired; Kit-Building, which spotlights on a new CW transceiver kit; Learning Curve, which discusses the savvy “Hamventioneer!”; CQ World, which highlights A ham-friendly city in Argentina; Mobiling, which talks about mobiling around the world; and Antennas, which focuses on computerized antennas and antennas that can be tuned with a sledge hammer.
CQ Amateur Radio, which has been in circulation since 1945, is now digitally available and can be downloaded to various platforms including iPad, Mac, Android and PC. Digitally subscribe today and save 62% off the Newsstand price.