Log in


Keeping Amateur Radio in Space!

The AMSAT Journal

The AMSAT Journal is a bi-monthly magazine for amateur radio in space enthusiasts, published by the Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation (AMSAT). Each issue is your source for hardware and software projects, technical tips, STEM initiatives, operational activities, and news from around the world. Join AMSAT today to get immediate access to the latest issue and archived issues of The AMSAT Journal.

September/October 2020

Inside the Current Issue

  • Apogee View - Robert Bankston, KE4AL
  • Engineering Update – Jerry Buxton, N0JY
  • Educational Relations Update - Alan Johnston, KU2Y
  • A Guide to the AMSAT CubeSatSim - Alan Johnston, KU2Y; Pat Kilroy, N8PK; Jim McLaughlin, KI6ZUM; David White, WD6DRI
  • User Services Update – Robert Bankston, KE4AL
  • For Beginners — Amateur Radio Satellite Primer VII – Keith Baker, KB1SF/VA3KSF
  • A 3D-Printed Parasitic Lindenblad Antenna for 70 cm - Times Two! - Curt Lauman, K7ZOO; Zach Metzinger, N0ZGO
  • In Search of the Ultimate DX - Scott Tilley, VE7TIL

Journal Archive

Current Year

Previous Years

 2019 2018 2017  

      2016 2015 2014       


Keeping Amateur Radio in Space!

Call or Fax Us
Office: +1 (301) 822-4376
Fax: 301-822-4371

10605 Concord St, Suite 304
Kensington, MD  20895-6728

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software