To promote and explore the hobby of amateur radio. Providing quality training for all amateurs and in all aspect of the hobby.
Currently there is a single sunspot visible that can be the source of M-class solar flares
The Internet of Digital Radio - The topic of how radio evolves and embraces available technology is one that describes the hobby itself. From spark-gap through AM, SSB and FM our community picked up or invented solutions to make communication possible
An Amateur Radio-based science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) initiative at an Arizona elementary school culminated on May 22, as youngsters competitively deployed their own radio-controlled rovers to explore a simulated planet set up in the Sonoran Desert
Eric Evenchick VA3EVK writes on Hackaday about the low-cost approach to CubeSat reception used by Thomas Cholakov N1SPY
This weekend you don't need to 'go down to the sea in ships' to participate in a fun 'world wide event.'
Banbury Amateur Radio Society (BARS) has started a program to boost homebrew. This is in two parts, understanding components and practical understanding and building radio equipment
It is planned that two Russian CubeSats will be deployed from the International Space Station in August during a spacewalk (EVA)
Robert, KE4AL writes on the Amsat BB: As part of my plans to activate 43 grids this Summer, I will be operating from EN37 26-31 July, holiday style
NASA has selected a science mission planned for launch in 2024 that will sample, analyze, and map particles streaming to Earth from the edges of interstellar space
Will 5G revolutionise our lives? The next generation of mobile technology - 5G - will be rolled out from 2019. It will enable faster streaming on our mobile phones and tablets and speed up the 'internet of things', allowing thousands of computers to 'talk' to each other
In last week's WIA News, we told you of probably VK's first Foundation Members net using the catchy moniker 'F-TROOP.' Now from the west wing comes news of VK's longest RUNNING 'new comers net.'
On May 30 at 0005 UTC the Australian Space Forecast Centre issued a warning: "On 1 June geomagnetic activity is expected to increase to Active and Minor Storm levels due to arrival of the co-rotating interaction region and high-speed solar wind streams associated with the recurrent trans-equatorial coronal hole."
UBA report the Belgium Regulator BIPT is consulting on a proposal to restrict Amateur Radio access to 433.050 - 434.790 MHz in such a way that it will hardly be usable anymore
The Virgin Islands Daily News reports residents have got amateur radio licenses ahead of 2018 hurricane season
ARRL reports videos of some Hamvention 2018 forums are available in the YouTube Dayton Hamvention 2018 videos playlist
The following events are featured on the RAC Events Database as of May 31, but please check the site frequently as new events are added and/or updated
Ofcom has today announced the award of two new community radio licences in England
This year’s international amateur radio exhibition takes place from June 1 to 3 at the fairgrounds in Friedrichshafen under the motto “Radio Scouting - The Adventure of Youth Amateur Radio.”
The New Zealand regulator, RSM, report submissions for the 5G discussion document have been published on the RSM website
A local amateur radio group is collaborating with the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Eastside Memorial Park in Minden, Nevada, for an event that will run from Thursday, May 31, through Sunday, June 3