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The AMSAT-NA site carries a picture showing the mechanical prototype of the 5.7 GHz Low Noise Amplifier which will be used in the Phase 5 Lunar and Phase 4B Geosynchronous amateur radio satellite projects
The Darling Downs Radio Club (DDRC) is celebrating the 50 year anniversary of the opening of the Cooby Creek Tracking Station with the special event callsign VI50CC which will be active from October 1 to October 31 2016
The 2016 Convention for Amateur TV will be held at the RAF Museum Cosford on 24 and 25 September 2016
How to melt the coax in your station, or rather, how not to melt it. What causes it to happen, how do you deal with it and what should you be on the lookout for?
This weekend it's Club Focus time on NewsWest, Where Clubs can promote themselves. There's a few regulars missing this time around, however we do have input from some groups
In his blog Dan KB6NU asks should US amateur radio license exams be given outside the USA?
The Harrison Daily reports on the achievement of 13-year-old Nicholas Stone KF5LKW in getting his Extra Class amateur radio license
If disaster strikes, there is a form of communication that can still get through, ham radio
International Air Ambulance Week will take place between 17th - 25th September 2016, with the focus on supporting and generating donations for flying medical services around the world
The 950th Anniversary of the Norman Invasion of England - the Norman Conquest - will be commemorated by the Phoenix Amateur Radio Club in September and October
Steve, VE7SL, and Roger, VK4YB, completed the first two-way QSO between Canada and Australia on 630-meters using JT9. This is also the longest two-way QSO in amateur service on 630-meters ever completed (confirmed)
ARRL educator and Legacy Circle Club member - as well as ARISS / AMSAT-NA / AMSAT-UK supporter - Clint Bradford, K6LCS, welcomes ALL to attend any of these upcoming satellite sessions
EURAO Newsletter comes out quarterly, either in pdf format and as a website. Spread the word!
The new Kenwood TH-D74 FM and D-STAR handheld has generated a great deal of interest among radio amateurs
One new club a year has launched in Essex since 2011 showing the growing interest in amateur radio in the county
'The bill is passed without objection.' With those words, Amateur Radio history was made on September 12, when the US House of Representatives approved the Amateur Radio Parity Act, H.R. 1301 on a voice vote under a suspension of the rules
A trend among groups of radio amateurs involved in emergency communications is the use of disaster scenarios to test equipment and learn lessons from what went right during an exercise, and what could be improved
Ryan Ing reports he will launch a high altitude balloon with a 434 MHz Slow Scan Digital Video payload from John Masefield High School Thursday Sept 15
Another poor week. I only managed a couple of Finish stations and a Russian all week!
The SKYWARN Youth On the Air Net is on the air, encouraging young radio amateurs to get on the air and learn about the SKYWARN weather-spotting network and basic weather facts