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On the IARU Region 1 site Greg Mossop G0DUB reports on the amateur radio nets that may be active during the Atlantic Hurricane Season June 1 to November 30
Following requests for copies of his talk 'My Journey into Amateur Radio' Pete M0PSX came up with the idea of narrating the slides as a video
On behalf of the AMSAT-UK Committee I am pleased to announce the list of speakers who have volunteered to present papers at the event
The Market Reef light house is located low-to-the-sea where waves are often rolling over the entire DXCC entity. With no jetty, landing can be hazardous with small zodiacs often being pushed hard by the sea. Life at the lighthouse is plain and simple with all participants sharing the daily duties. But pileups are never ending when the OJ0C callsign hits the air-waves
The Mail Tribune newspaper reports amateur radio enthusiasts have been recruiting new operators
Ofcom has published a statement setting out our final decision to approve the launch of a new BBC television channel for audiences in Scotland
Did you know that 45 million metric tonnes of electronic waste (e-waste) were produced across the world in 2016?
As announced earlier, an International Space Station school contact has been planned for Alexander Gerst KF5ONO with two schools in Germany: - Werner Heisenberg Gymnasium, Leverkusen - Schickhardt Gymnasium, Herrenberg
The upcoming Baker Island DXpedition is sure to be a sought after contact, especially if propagation doesn't play fair
As part of their quest to make it easier for new people to get into the hobby, Essex Ham offers a free Foundation Online Amateur Radio Training Course
On Sunday July 1 st, Chinese B and C Class Licensees gain access to the new WRC-15 Amateur 60m/5MHz Secondary allocation of 5351.5 to 5366.5 kHz, with a maximum power of 15W EIRP
This presentation includes a summary of the 3Y0Z DXpedition with stunning pictures, their Vessel vetting process, what they learned, planned refund of remaining funds, another attempt, and some personal observations of K4UEE
Pilot and ham radio enthusiast Jeff Cartman VE3RSG gave Aidan Ryan, 11, of Redwood Acres Public School, a thrill of a life time when he took her on a flight at the Greater Sudbury Airport
SARL News report that on 28 May, the IARU Member Societies completed voting on the admission of the 'St Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla Amateur Radio Society' (SKNAARS) to the International Amateur Radio Union as the representative of the radio amateurs of the Federation of St Christopher St Kitts and Nevis
Between July 6-8, 2018, NJ4Y, N4ESS, and KE4AL will venture to Fort Jefferson on Garden Key, in the Dry Tortugas island chain
The VK1 Winter SOTA QSO Party is popular with interstate activators seeking a boost to their S2S log
What do crickets, frogs and grasshoppers have to do with ham radio? Everything, if you ask the organizers of the School Holiday Electronics Workshops being offered for school kids in July
Chertsey Radio Club’s James M0JFP drives 1500 mile in the Benidorm or Bust rally challenge - raising money for local children’s hospital, driving the pirate radio car, as well and carrying lots of ham radio equipment!
Essex Ham member Paul G7BHE has written an excellent overview of Network Radios
The San Antonio Express-News reports ham radio operators have been demonstrating the value of old technology