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There is a new issue of CQ-DATV (issue 58) available for free download
Telangana Today reports on 19-year-old Koduru Nagasainath VU3JVW one of the youngest radio amateurs in the State of Telangana, southern India
Attached is the link for the April 2018 SARC Communicator newsletter. This month 40+ pages of news, events, projects and more
It has taken 60 years, but scientists and engineers are finally ready to reach for the stars - our star, that is. And they’re confident they won’t get burned
Mark Hawkins just reported on the Caroline Yahoo group: No doubt there will be a 'proper' announcement before long but Radio Caroline has appeared on the London Trial DAB mux, a great Easter present
Ofcom has recently announced the award of eight new community radio licences in England, Northern Ireland and Scotland
Where and how should American citizens access trustworthy news, how do journalists determine real from fake news, and how can the average citizen identify fake news and avoid accidentally promoting it through social media?
Video of the talk given by Professor Joe Taylor K1JT about the FT-8 and WSPR modes at the 2018 MicroHAMS Digital Conference on March 24
On HamSphere 4.0 we use Phone SSB but also CW ( Morse code ) and digital modes: RTTY, SSTV and PSK. There are a lot of awards for SSB but now 4 new awards for digimodes. They are not easy to win...
Over the years, how to ensure that every user has a fair crack of the whip while operating through one of the UK’s most popular 2m repeaters has been a difficult question to answer
Chris Rolinson G7DDN asks what is the greatest hobby on earth? Now there’s a question! For many of you reading this article, the answer will be clear – Amateur Radio. It’s a hobby that delights, excites and, at times, frustrates in probably equal measures!
Researchers will explore the physics of scintillations, magnetic field-aligned irregularities, artificial and natural atmospheric airglow, stimulated electromagnetic emissions, plasma waves and radio-enhanced ionization
The DKARS (Dutch Kingdom Amateur Radio Society) issues its own free PDF Magazine once every month
The US communications regulator FCC seized transmission equipment from two pirate radio stations in Boston on March 26
In the club focus edition of the news we have updates from amateur radio clubs who use the first Sunday of the Month to share their exploits, their adventures, activities and updates for members
The SARL will soon be featuring a 3-minute slot on LM Radio. It will be broadcast mid-morning on a Saturday on 702 kHz AM from Johannesburg
We saw no sunspots during this reporting week, March 22-28. The previous week had sunspots on only three days, with an average of 5.6
Hannes Coetzee, ZS6BZP, reports that the solar activity is expected to remain at very low levels
Check-out the latest additions to G4RGA's comprehensive rally and hamfest guide
You and the IARU - Have you ever considered the infrastructure that exists to make it possible to tune to 7.090 MHz, call CQ and make contact with anyone on the planet?