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Should there be a new tag for questions regarding Morse code that aren't about amateur radio or the technology of radio?

The community recently voted to expand the scope of this site to include questions regarding Morse code that are not also about amateur radio or the technology of radio. Should we make changes to our ...
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New tag: antenna-modeling

We need a new tag, antenna-modeling. See this question which is an example of why a new tag is needed. I propose tag synonyms of NEC, modeling, EZNEC, mmana, and the names of other commonly used ...
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Separate Morse tag to go along with the CW tag

Morse code is a specific way of interrupting a carrier or a current flow. Hams utilize International Morse code. There are other ways to interrupt the carrier to send information. During WW II the ...
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Should [propagation] and [range] be merged?

Is there a useful difference between the tags propagation and range? It seems to me that “range” is a sub-topic of “propagation”, and one which is not sufficiently specifically-of-interest to be worth ...
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Can 'races', and 'ares' be a synonym for 'emergency'?

The context for 'emergency' tag is as follows This tag is for questions about the use of amateur radio in support of public safety or disaster relief in a declared emergency, including any ...
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Tag synonym request: license / licence

We currently have licence and license tags, with seemingly zero overlap. These two should really be merged and established as synonyms. I recommend the US English spelling ...
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Tag for ionospheric/propagation conditions?

I asked this question which I tagged 'ionosphere' (which didn't previously exist). User Mike added the tag propagation, which has one other question tagged. As far as HF goes, these tags are probably ...
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Tags: "Handheld", "HT", or both?

HT is definitely the more common jardon, but "handheld" is less jargon-y for those new to radio. Should we prefer one over the other (and/or tag synonym one to the other), or should we allow using ...