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WIRESLINK-EA as Group of Friendly Stations C4FM of Spain organized the first Super Fiesta C4FM in the air, this time with : "DX en C4FM"
We continue to operate on all bands that are are open - Earlier today we took the N1MM log, merged all the FT8 logs, and uploaded to our log server
The Portuguese Amateur Radio Association of Litoral Alentejano (ARLA) will sponsor its traditional AM event over the November 3-4 weekend
Radio Amateurs of Canada is continuing to monitor the service interruptions to mail delivery as a result of the Canada Post strike action
Get on air and make some noise ... Get on air and make some noise is a phrase I use often to encourage amateurs to be active on-air and use the bands that are available to us
There's a new data feed on Spaceweather.com - -the daily Thermosphere Climate Index (TCI)
WIA news carries a report by Chris Fosten, Manager, Communications Infrastructure, Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) on cases of interference
We made an error in yesterday's report. - DXA does catch up after a network outage, DXA is reflecting the N1MM log. There still may be some FT8 contacts that didn't get uploaded, this is work in progress
South Africa's Sandton Amateur Radio Club is giving a presentation on Logging. This presentation is aimed at all those who want to find out more about where and how to log those QSOs
We saw no sunspots during the reporting week, October 18-24, so average daily sunspot number dropped from 12.6 to 0. The dearth of sunspots continued on Thursday, October 25
New Zealand's national amateur radio society, NZART, has made the Jan/Feb 2018 edition of their magazine Break-In available as a free PDF
According to the Amateur Radio Cluster Network for the week of Friday, 19th October, through Friday, 26th October there were 228 countries active
Weekly IOTA News - compiled by Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW, editor of the Ohio/Penn DX Bulletin
Radio amateur Dave Honess M6DNT is interviewed in the popular Raspberry Pi magazine MagPi about 'Taking Education to the Stars'
The Amateur owned and run AM Short-wave broadcast station CHANNEL292 will be starting testing on their new 41 metre broadcast band frequency of 7440 kHz from this weekend onwards
The French digital amateur radio society DR@F reports the Directorate General for Enterprise (DGE) intends to make changes to the amateur radio exams and permit the WRC-15 60m allocation
You may have heard, or may have seen for yourself, that the old Charlie Tango DX Group forum has been taken over by a different forum host/provider
The following ISWL club callsigns will be used throughout the month of November 2018
On October 23rd a 70cm RB-TV beacon was installed in Catalonia. The beacon is based on a remote controlled raspberry pi with F5OEO software, located at the top of Montjuïc mountain in Barcelona (JN11BI)
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has said it will vote in November on whether to allow U.S. GPS receivers to access the Galileo global navigation satellite system (GNSS)