About the Journal
The amateur radio community is highly technical. The range of knowledge within the community spans from the considerations of raising an antenna tower safely to the programming skills needed to create a digital transmission mode. The goal of Ham Journal is to bring together knowledge that has been filtered through a rigorous review workflow.
This knowledge is published in the form of articles that cover all aspects of amateur radio so long as these articles use valid science, measurement or evidence to theorize or demonstrate ideas or practices that can further the practice of amateur radio.
Ham Journal is an entirely non-profit venture staffed by volunteers and supported by generous donations from individuals, Ham Community and disinterested, uninvolved sponsors with no oversight on any editorial function whatsoever. We are an independent publication with no commercial ties.
Ham Journal is built on Open Journal Systems, an open source academic publishing platform generously hosted on Excess Noise servers.
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