CQ : The Radio Amateurs' Journal
Q is the world's leading independent magazine devoted to amateur radio. For more than a half-century, CQ has been on ham radio's leading edge -- the first to promote mobile operating (in the 1950s), semiconductors (in the 1960s) and packet radio -- the original e-mail (in the 1980s). The amateur satellite program got its start with an idea in the pages of CQ! Our primary focus has always been on operating activities, including DXing and contesting, but construction projects and technical articles regularly find a home in CQ as well. CQ's greatest strength has always been in its regular columns. Today's lineup includes: Amateur satellites, antennas, awards, beginners, contesting, digital, DXing, FCC news, mobiling`, new products, propagation, public service, QRP (low-power), Radio Classics, technical topics and VHF. In addition, Dave Ingram, K4TWJ, covers "The World of Ideas" and "How it Works"; Jeff Reinhardt, AA6JR, offers perspectives on "Magic in the Sky"; and at-large editors Ken Neubeck, WB2AMU, and Gordon West, WB6NOA, share their insights on a variety of ham topics.
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