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Re: FREE Radio/Hobbyist magazines

Posted: 05 Nov 2018, 20:17
by KlondikeMike
Mikel wrote:
04 Nov 2018, 17:49
Don't miss 18 (yes that's not a typo) 18 copies of the much acclaimed USA radio mag' CQ Amateur Radio', including the very recent November 2018 addition:
Great site. FREE. Thanks for sharing! Same for "electronicsandbooks.com". Lots to go through.

I like this one as well;
https://ebook3000.biz/

Re: FREE Radio/Hobbyist magazines

Posted: 06 Nov 2018, 19:14
by Mikel
KlondikeMike wrote:
05 Nov 2018, 20:17
Mikel wrote:
04 Nov 2018, 17:49
Don't miss 18 (yes that's not a typo) 18 copies of the much acclaimed USA radio mag' CQ Amateur Radio', including the very recent November 2018 addition:
Great site. FREE. Thanks for sharing! Same for "electronicsandbooks.com". Lots to go through.

I like this one as well;
https://ebook3000.biz/
Thanks for sharing that site as well, all good stuff :D

Re: FREE Radio/Hobbyist magazines

Posted: 18 Jan 2019, 13:41
by OilBoi
Can anyone recommend me magazines, papers which I can find at Baltimore zip code https://worldpostalcode.com/united-stat ... /baltimore? I have to move to the States because of work and I want to keep updated with it. Blogs, youtube, facebook is a good way to get info but I want to read magazines :c

Re: FREE Radio/Hobbyist magazines

Posted: 04 Apr 2019, 09:04
by Mikel
Well so much for the spring, it's snowing here as I type this! Never mind download the latest (April 2019) edition of Radio User and curl up in front of the fire:

https://magazinelib.com/?s=radio+user

Not a member of the RSGB?, don't worry, you can still read the house comic - RADCOM - well some of the latest ones at least free of charge:

https://magazinelib.com/?s=radcom

Just click on the cover picture for each issue and then on the pdf link.

Happy reading folks!!!

Re: FREE Radio/Hobbyist magazines

Posted: 26 May 2019, 11:12
by Mikel
just in case you haven't spotted it yet, the May 2019 Practical Wireless is available to view and download free of charge. Here is the link:

https://magazinelib.com/all/practical-w ... -may-2019/

I don't think this mag is as good as it was but still worth a read I think, especially at this price!!

Re: FREE Radio/Hobbyist magazines

Posted: 27 May 2019, 18:31
by WhiteNoisePoetry
Good to see PW keeping up with the times.

A review of a cutting edge Bumfing UV5RC - about 5 years too late ;-)

- WNP -

Re: FREE Radio/Hobbyist magazines

Posted: 28 May 2019, 16:28
by Mikel
WhiteNoisePoetry wrote:
27 May 2019, 18:31
Good to see PW keeping up with the times.

A review of a cutting edge Bumfing UV5RC - about 5 years too late ;-)

- WNP -
I used to purchase the mag every month but, I havn't done that for a long time.

Re: FREE Radio/Hobbyist magazines

Posted: 29 May 2019, 17:30
by WhiteNoisePoetry
> I used to purchase the mag every month but, I havn't done that for a long time.

I don't blame you.
Waste of money.

I'd rather read all the old mags from well known sources.

I see that http://www.electronicsandbooks.com/ has been down for a week or so.

It sometimes goes down, presume there's a bandwidth issue and he runs out.

I think it resets at the start of the month (hopefully).

- WNP -

Re: FREE Radio/Hobbyist magazines

Posted: 07 Jul 2019, 11:49
by WhiteNoisePoetry
Lots of UK and US CB mags have become available this week.

https://www.americanradiohistory.com/CB ... azines.htm

- WNP -

Re: FREE Radio/Hobbyist magazines

Posted: 22 Jul 2019, 10:02
by Alisa Tomson
MrWeetabix wrote:
22 Jul 2016, 14:42
On looking for somehting else, I found a site with a large number of files available to download. Amongst those are a significant number of back-catalogued Ham/Radio-related publications. I have detailed a few of them, but there are also some more 'specialist publications' available, should you want to look for them :shock: :roll: :twisted:

Radio links

Practical Wireless

http://www.electronicsandbooks.com/eab1 ... less+UK%2F

Radio & Electronics Constructor UK

http://www.electronicsandbooks.com/eab1 ... ctor+UK%2F
Writers for hire are there -
https://edubirdie.com/essay-writers-for-hire.
That is a great service!
Radcom

http://www.electronicsandbooks.com/eab1 ... RSGB+UK%2F

Radio Constructor

http://www.electronicsandbooks.com/eab1 ... ctor+UK%2F

8) The top level of the Magazine Folder is below, just FYI ;-)

http://www.electronicsandbooks.com/eab1 ... agazine%2F

Enjoy :-)

Those links don't work.

Re: FREE Radio/Hobbyist magazines

Posted: 22 Jul 2019, 13:47
by MrWeetabix
Alisa Tomson wrote:
22 Jul 2019, 10:02

Those links don't work.
....in my defence..... that was 3 years ago. That's a long time on Teh Interwebz..... :ugeek:

Re: FREE Radio/Hobbyist magazines

Posted: 22 Jul 2019, 13:54
by MrWeetabix
It's all still there though... :D :ugeek: :wave:

Practical Wireless - Linky

Radio & Electronics - Linky

RADCOM - Linky

Radio Constructor - Linky