As Radio Amateurs, we are very fortunate to have the unique opportunity to be able to operate over a vast portion of the RF spectrum. We have access to slots in the spectrum from as low as 137 kHz to as high as 250 GHz and even beyond.
Of course each of the bands offers different propagation characteristics and so we are presented with very different experiences up and down the spectrum.
This issue of The Canadian Amateur focuses on the VHF and UHF bands. We hope you enjoy this special issue.
The Table of Contents for the November-December 2016 TCA is provided below:
The Canadian Amateur (TCA), Canada’s premiere national magazine devoted to Amateur Radio, is published six times per year and is the membership journal of the Radio Amateurs of Canada (RAC). It is available in both print and digital versions (eTCA). Members of RAC, Canada’s sole national Amateur Radio organization, receive TCA automatically. A subscription to TCA also provides membership in Radio Amateurs of Canada. RAC is also the publisher of TCA. For information on how to join Radio Amateurs of Canada and subscribe to TCA please visit our Membership Sign Up page.
At 64-pages per issue and reaching approximately 4,500 readers, TCA offers news and views on the Canadian Amateur Radio scene from coast to coast to coast. It includes regular columns, features and technical articles of interest to Amateur Radio operators. In addition, a Coming Events calendar, Feedback, QSL Bureau information and coverage of regulatory issues are also provided. For more information on The Canadian Amateur magazine visit the TCA webpage. A sample copy of TCA is available there for downloading.
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