Posts Tagged ‘DX Engineering’

Dipole and broadband antenna efficiency is a constant debate. Efficiency most commonly is watts in, watts out. It’s well known that to radiate well, horizontal antennas should be at least a quarter-wave above the ground, at minimum, to reduce ground losses. With this in mind a 40 meter monoband dipole antenna needs to be at […]

Sometimes our tech tips are very detailed. Other times, we try to highlight easy ways Hams can solve problems they frequently encounter. In today’s Ham Radio Tech Tip, brought to you by DX Engineering Technical Writer Tom Parkinson, KB8UUZ, we highlight math conversions. Need a handy chart for converting inches, fractions and millimeters? Check out […]

The Silvercreek Amateur Radio Association (SARA) paid a special visit to DX Engineering’s corporate headquarters in Tallmadge, OH Aug. 27. SARA serves Wayne, Summit and Medina Counties in Ohio, and operates two repeater systems under the W8WKY club callsign. Members of SARA met the DX Engineering team inside Summit Racing Equipment‘s Tallmadge, OH Superstore, where DX Engineering’s […]

The first-ever MFJ Day is Saturday, Jan. 10 at the DX Engineering world headquarters in Tallmadge, Ohio! Now, here’s the thing you need to know about the event: DX Engineering’s Showroom is located inside Summit Racing Equipment’s Tallmadge retail store. That’s awesome for you, because the store is a whopping 25,000 square feet and is […]

DX Engineering is proud to announce we’ll be LIVE on Ham Nation tonight (Wednesday, Oct. 23) to celebrate the GRAND OPENING of our new retail store! The show starts at 9pm EDT and is scheduled to run an hour or more. The live segment—broadcast from the new DX Engineering retail store – will run 8-10 […]

Well, it’s done. Day 1 of Hamvention 2013 is finished and in the books, and the crowds were great. Of course, DX Engineering has a large booth and strong presence at the show. And we’ll spend the entire weekend talking to customers about our products, what’s new, and all other amateur radio set-ups, equipment, installations, […]