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National Geographic and Space.com sites report scientists and Amateur Radio operators have confirmed that Puerto Rico’s Arecibo Observatory came through Hurricane Maria largely intact but 'with some significant damage'
The Air Force Academy satellite Falconsat-3 is now open for amateur radio use as a digital store-and-forward system
Jeri Ellsworth, co-founder of the Augmented Reality company castAR (among other things) has added ham radio to her list of accomplishments. She's now AI6TK
As preparations are under way for the next World Radiosport Team Championship event — WRTC 2018 in Germany next July — the WRTC Sanctioning Committee is already looking ahead to potential locations for WRTC 2022. Yes 2022
The 3rd Limerick Scout Group will participate in the largest Scouting event in the world which sees over 1 million Scouts in over 150 countries coming together on the airwaves in the 60th Jamboree On The Air
The Dutch Society has met with the communications regulator Agentschap Telecom to discuss the serious problem of pollution of the RF spectrum by devices such as solar panel installations and LED bulbs
Joe DeAngelo AG6QO, Jay Ballinger N6SAC and Doug Hollowell KJ6VHE are interviewed about amateur radio emergency communications
Tropospheric Ducting Explained. You've always been taught that VHF communications are line of sight and that the height of your antenna determines how far your 2m communication might go
The Amateur Licence Conditions Determination, the LCD, specifies Australian conditions such as the licence grades, frequency bands, modes and maximum permitted powers
Dog Park Software is pleased to announce that version 1.08 of dogparkSDR has been released
The third edition of IberRadio, the largest HamFest in South Europe, was held in Avila, Spain on September 16-17 with record attendance over previous editions as well as increased international participation
In the news this week it's our GET ON AIR AND MAKE SOME NOISE edition and if that's not enough, it's packed full of reminders and news from around the traps - along with our normal segments
The Ministry of Telecommunications of Tunisia has approved and issued a decree organising amateur radio activity in Tunisia
Practice sending Morse code with a straight key and an iambic software oscillator
The American Radio Relay League's round-up of the forthcoming week's DX activity on the amateur radio bands
ÖVSV Österreichische Versuchssenderverband partners with RFinder - The World Wide Repeater Directory!
ÖVSV Österreichische Versuchssenderverband and RFinder are pleased to announce a new partnership agreement effective 3 September, 2017. ÖVSV has now joined as the latest Member Society of RFinder
Members of the Argentinian DXers Group, who were expected to be active as PJ7T from Sint Maarten (NA-105) between October 24th and November 4th, have cancelled their operation due to the damage done by Hurricane Irma
Earlier this year we released a report on the status of our PDXG QSL Management Platform that was designed to automate the QSL manager’s back end processes
In this episode, Colin M6BOY is joined by Leslie Butterfield (G0CIB) Edmund Spicer (M0MNG), Bill Barnes (N3JIX) and Martin Rothwell (M0SGL) to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. Colin M6BOY rounds up the news in brief, and this episode’s feature is Trying 60m with SOTABeam BandHopper Antenna by Martin Butler M1MRB/W9ICQ
The South Eastern Amateur Radio Group in Ireland will be QRV as EI2WSVR from The Waterford and Suir Valley Railway station Kilmeaden Co. Waterford on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th of September. This is to coincide with the Railways On the Air Weekend