9W2CBL Taps on Ham Radio

I re-taps on ham radio with new sites. With this site revive, my Ham Radio life in Malaysia continue with new chapter.

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The old blog is taken down by Google due to unforeseen incident.

Thank you for the support given so far, looking forward to have you read my post in this new website. 73 de 9W2CBL Richard Lam

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I'm here not to teach you about operating technique. I'm here to learn together with you while I blog it. There will be series of on how to operate a proper manner and technique after this post.

I would like to remind you that, all my post about Operating in HF is based on my own understanding and commonsense on operating in HF band.

If you have better way of operating do let me know by dropping into my comment. If yours is better then mine, I will include yours into my blog - Thanks!

Let your EAR Listen first!
Listen and Listen is the most important aspects in order to develop self operating in HF frequencies. A Long distances communications require an operator experiences and a GOOD-listening skills. Due to static, fading, interference and all sort of noises that sometimes bring down the quality of the signals over a long distance. Your can have a good filtering system in your unit to filter out unwanted disturbance signal, STILL you need your Good Ear to listen.

You might have best shack with nice equipment, nice antenna and with nice output power, but if you don't copy good of the weak distance signal, still your best station will regards of good or bad to them. Often people will regards you as "Big Voice, no Ear".

Learn to listen in HF band, will give you better operating in HF band.

73!

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3 comments

  1. Anonymous  

    Find and select some good points from you and it helps me to solve a problem, thanks.

    - Henry

  2. Richard Lam  

    Henry,

    Nice of you drop some comment on this posting.

    If you have further question can email to me at cblam73@gmail.com

    73!

  3. Anonymous  

    Superb blog post, I have book marked this internet site so ideally I’ll see much more on this subject in the foreseeable future!

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