CQ VHF Magazine

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CQ VHF Magazine
CQ VHF Magazine Cover.JPG
Summer 2010 Issue
EditorJoe Lynch, N6CL
CategoriesAmateur radio
PublisherCQ Communications, Inc.
Year founded1996
Final issue2013
CountryUnited States

CQ VHF was a magazine that served the ham radio operators whose operational and technical interests lie above 50 MHz.

The magazine focused on radio technology, products, and activities that exist on 6 meters, 2 meters, 440 MHz and above. CQ VHF covered a broad range of skill levels, from the new Technician to the Extra Class microwave experimenter, and included operating, technical and construction articles.

CQ VHF was published by CQ Communications, publishers of CQ Amateur Radio magazine, WorldRadio magazine, and Popular Communications magazine.

In late December 2013 CQ Communications announced that they would cease publication of the printed version of CQ VHF Magazine and Popular Communications. These two magazines were combined with WorldRadio in a single digital publication called CQ Plus starting in February 2014.[1][2]


  1. ^ "CQ to Realign Publications, Launch New "CQ Plus" Digital Supplement". CQ Communications. December 17, 2013.
  2. ^ Larry Van Horn (December 25, 2013). "Big Changes coming to Popular Communications Magazine and CQ Magazine". The Btown Monitoring Post.

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