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The National Institute of Amateur Radio (NIAR) report on an amateur radio exam held at a College for Women in Hyderabad
The Chelmsford Amateur Radio Society (CARS) are holding a Table Top Sale for radio and electronics equipment at Oaklands Museum CM2 9AQ on Tuesday, September 1 at 7:30pm
The next episode of TX Factor, the online TV show that highlights the best of amateur radio, is due for release on the 2nd of September. This is the ninth in the series, and focuses on amateur radio in Essex
CBS Phily TV News reports on plans to celebrate the Papal visit to the USA with special event amateur radio stations
An Indonesian satellite LAPAN-A2/ORARI carrying an FM transponder and an APRS digipeater is planned to launch September 28 on India's PSLV-C30 rocket
Great news from the Mediterraneo International Dx Club Team. During their already announced Da Nang City, Vietnam, DXpedition with the callsign: 3W3MD between October 31st and November 10th, the international team will also be able to be active for some days from Cham Island IOTA AS-162 (claimed only by 17% of IOTA chasers)
According to the Amateur Radio Cluster Network for the week of Sunday, 23rd August, through Sunday, 30th August there were 196 countries active
Ireland's Cavan Repeater Group propose to provide a technical service to newcomers and listeners in its coverage area
Lou N2TU and Craig K9CT previously announced a DXpedition to Palmyra Atoll at the International DX Convention in Visalia, California. Palmyra (KH5) ranks #9 on the Most Wanted List and #2 in Europe.
The following ISWL club callsigns will be used throughout the month of September
FCC considering proposal to lock down computing devices (routers, PCs, phones, SDRs) to prevent modification
Right now, the FCC is considering a proposal to require manufacturers to lock down computing devices (routers, PCs, phones) to prevent modification if they have a "modular wireless radio" or a device with an "electronic label"
Greg Mossop G0DUB reports Radio Amateurs have been active in responding to the consequences of tropical storm Erika as it progressed through the Caribbean
The UBSEDS9 balloon, launched on July 25, was developed by students at the University of Bristol and carried a 434 MHz RTTY and an APRS transmitter
An International Space Station contact is planned for Ulvila Upper Secondary School, Finland. This will be a direct radio contact between OR4ISS and OH1F. The signals from space will be audible in adjacent areas on 145.800MHz FM
Sunspot AR2403 has a complex magnetic configuration and may produce M- or X- class solar flares
The SARL formed a subcommittee to engage with Sentech on the location of Amateur Radio repeaters on Sentech towers around South Africa
Here is the nearly forgotten story of how a radio amateur successfully detected transmissions from the first men to land on the Moon
The much anticipated VI0ANZAC activated by Doug VK0DMV as part of the WIA ANZAC 100 program, made a number of first day contacts including those with Australia
Two Central Washington repeaters, owned and operated by the Lake Chelan Amateur Radio Club, have been destroyed by one of the wildfires raging in that state
WLOX TV News reports Sen. Roger Wicker has thanked ham radio operators for their lifesaving role during Hurricane Katrina