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An unusual week with the early weekdays being much, much better than the weekend. Are we seeing the start of a dip in 10m conditions which over the past few months have been really good
Nick Bennett 2E0FGQ talks with RSGB Board member and Chair of the RSGB Training and Education Committee Steve Hartley G0FUW about the RSGB's involvement with Youngsters On The Air 2014
Special guest Randy Hall, K7AGE joins us for a chat and good times. Tommy sets up his solar powered portable rig, George talks about DX Clusters, and Peter builds a metal detector. Plus the boys from Mississippi exact some revenge for the Vegemite incident with Grits. Did it work?
Our FQP team will be Multi-Multi/Mobilecw only, signing K4OJ/m in honor of Jim's memory. Yes, we will be operating truly Multi-Multi mobile, active-in-motion on 40m-10m simultaneously through 46 counties during the 20 hour contest period - 26-27 April
Wireless pioneer Captain Peter P Eckersley and the RSGB are mentioned in a Guardian newspaper article about the BBC
The latest issue of the free BAA-RAG radio astronomy publication RAGazine is now available for download
NZART report on amateur radio IMD activities taking place in Oceania on Saturday April 26
It is the desire of amateur radio in Saudi Arabia to participate in the celebration of the World Amateur Radio Day 'WARD'
The Florence Section of ARI, organizes the 2014 edition of the International '50 MHz Marathon', which starts on the 1st of May
The UK telecom regulator Ofcom has issued a summary of responses to an earlier Call for Input (CFI) regarding the release of VHF spectrum. Taking these responses into account, it has set out proposals on how it would plan and release around 6 MHz of spectrum in the 143 to 169 MHz band, returned to civil use by the Emergency Services
Some of the aims of last weekend's PR4Amateur Radio Expo held throughout Australia, were community interaction and media coverage for Amateur Radio, with many successful examples occurring
The education and science charity STELAR has been active in promoting radiocommunications in schools and colleges for over 20 years, as part of curriculum enrichment and personal and professional development for teachers
The 200th registration for the International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend, held on the third weekend of August, is the 152-year old Cabo Silleiro light station in Spain
This is the era of hyper-tech espionage, encrypted emails and mindboggling cryptography. But you can hear a very old-fashioned form of espionage on shortwave radio
Students at Bolton School will track the flight of their high altitude balloon with amateur radio equipment
The SpaceX CRS-3 Dragon launch of five CubeSats and 104 Sprite satellites has been postponed until Friday
The final configuration of the International Space Station HamVideo Digital TV system took place on Sunday, April 13. ISS commander Koichi Wakata KC5ZTA operated using the call sign OR4ISS
Like him or loath him for 'sending up' amateur radio, he was a comic genius
The Chelmsford Amateur Radio Society will be holding a Skills Workshop on Monday, April 21 at Danbury in Essex. Newcomers are most welcome
The FT4TA DXpedition team to Tromelin Island, which takes place between October 30th and November 10th, have announced their pilot stations