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Hannes Coetzee, ZS6BZP, reports that the solar activity is expected to remain at very low levels
Experience comes from doing ... During the week a friend reminded me that the process of determining what's happening within a shack comes with experience
The ARRL report the movie 'A Quiet Place', starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski, features amateur radio
An unusually wide hole in the sun's atmosphere is facing Earth and spewing a stream of solar wind toward our planet. Estimated time of arrival: April 9th
Announcing a major rove for satellite operators; the Springtime Rove to The Great White North!
The March 2018 meeting of the WIA Board has just been finalised. At that meeting the board accepted this committee’s recommendations to conduct the Trans-Tasman Contest and the VK Shires contests under the banner of the WIA
The Cape Cod National Seashore will host two events commemorating wireless communication and the role it played to rescue survivors from the sinking of the Titanic
Otago Branch 30 are your hosts for this year’s annual N.Z.A.R.T. Conference and cordially invites members and partners to join with us to celebrate the 92nd conference and also our own 90th year of operation
We only saw sunspots over two days of this past week, March 30 and 31 when the daily sunspot numbers were 11 and 12. There were no sunspots during the previous week, so the average daily sunspot number rose from 0 to 3.3
The ARRL reports UK radio amateur Chris Wilson 2E0ILY made what may be the first 136 kHz (2200m) transatlantic contact with a radio ham in the USA operating under FCC Part 97
PicSat, launched January 12, carried an amateur radio FM transponder. Unfortunately following a loss of communications in March the team has had to announce the end of the mission
Dan Romanchik KB6NU shares his thoughts on what an amateur radio club might do as part of its public service remit
The ARRL is looking for what will be its 3rd Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in just over 2 years
Clubs around the country are doing great things to encourage new people into amateur radio and to help current radio amateurs to develop their skills at all levels. The RSGB provides a range of services to support clubs in these activities
Stoke-on-Trent newspaper The Sentinel reports on a radio enthusiast, Simon Blight, who found himself stuck with an antenna he doesn't want
The American Radio Relay League's round-up of the forthcoming week's DX activity on the amateur radio bands
Two microsatellites DSLWP-A1 and DSLWP-A2 carrying amateur radio payloads are planned to launch with the Chang’e 4 Relay satellite on a CZ-4C from the Xichang Space Center into lunar orbit in June 2018
The ARRL warns that radio amateurs born 1945–65 will soon be 'aging off the licensee rolls'
AMSAT's plans for Hamvention 2018 for the dates May 17-20 have now been posted
Jim, WB0IXI, asked, “What do you think about the possibility of reflecting 10m signals from the debris trail when China's space lab comes down? It would be interesting to know if any operators try this.”