TX Factor is a series of high definition TV shows covering all aspects of the hobby of amateur radio - a professionally produced programme, now into its fourth year.
episode 17 live!
TX Factor goes digital as Mike Marsh gives Bob McCreadie an introduction to operating on DMR, Yaesu Fusion and D Star. In part one of the series, they take a trip to a local farm to see how an amateur has set up his own Fusion Gateway.
Ever wonder why QSL cards take a long time to complete their journey? Bob finds out what we can do to help speed up the process.
Pete visits Norwich to spend a day with the Norfolk Amateur Radio Club at their annual field day event, Radio Active.
ML&S Martin Lynch & Sons
The world's favourite ham store!
We are proud to remain associated with ML&S Martin Lynch and Sons.
And now we are excited to welcome our new co-sponsor
The Radio Society of Great Britain
Starting with episode 14, we look forward to our ongoing association with these two organisations.
A bumper summer edition of TX Factor is now live! Not one, but two rig reviews: the Sun Expert Electronics Transceiver MB1 and the elusive Icom IC-7300 are comprehensively analyzed.
Also in this show, Bob teaches Mike a thing or two about amateur satellite operating, and our free-to-enter-draw is back with a chance to win a copy of the Getting Started with Amateur Satellites book featured in the item.
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In our latest episode there’s a chance to win a WSPRlite Antenna Performance Analysis System from SOTABeams (as reviewed by Mike Marsh) in our latest free-to-enter-draw. The draw ended on Friday 16th June and our lucky winner is Gavin Spowart ZS6BWW who lives in Johannesburg, South Africa. Bob chats to him here