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What's the difference between Mechanical life and Electrical Life?

Recently we're doing the research of Ailunce FS01 footswitch for PTT, and the words including Mechanical life and Electrical life appear. Do you know what's the difference between Mechanical life and Electrical Life?  ...

Read more  Foot switch PTT,  Mechanical life,  Electrical life

Frequency Sweep Feature on Retevis RA685

Radio frequency sweep or frequency sweep or RF sweep apply to scanning a radio frequency band for detecting signals being transmitted there. On Retevis R685 analog radio, you can do a frequency sweeping.   ...

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Why need foot switch PTT?

PTT is the transmission button of the radio. Almost all radios have PTT themselves. However, when surveying desktop microphones recently, many customers still put forward the need for foot switch PTT. Why do we need to foot switch PTT?  ...

Read more  Foot switch,  PTT

What's PSK31?

PSK31 is the abbreviation of Phase Shift Keying 31.25 Hz. PSK31 is an excellent digital modulation mode and just needs extremely narrow bandwidth. its transmission rate is always maintained at 31.25 bits per second, so it is called PSK31. It is mainly developed by the SP9VPC and G3PLX.  ...

Read more  Amateur Radio,  PSK31,  SW

Why is the Mobile Radio Easy to Burn the Power Amplifier?

"If the antenna feed is not well-matched, it will burn the power amplifier." That is, if the standing wave ratio is high, there will be the risk of burning the power amplifier.  ...

Read more  SWR,  power amplifier

What you need to know about SWR

SWR is short for Standing Wave Ratio. It's a parameter often used by hams to indicate if the antenna matchs with the transmitting radio. For SWR value, it has different effects on the built-in and external antennas. so there are differnt SWR standard required for antennas with the different working environment.  ...

Read more  SWR,  AmateurRadio

How to judge the quality of an antenna?

antenna SWR, antenna gain, and Directionality are reference factors for judging the quality of an antenna.  ...

Read more  antenna SWR,  antenna gain

Radio Antenna Erection and Standing Wave Ratio

We know the VSWR of the antenna system is close to 1:1. If it is close to 1:1, it is good. I often hear this question: But what if I can't reach 1? If the standing wave ratio is as small as a few, is the antenna qualified?  ...

Read more  SWR,  Antenna