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ARRL Audio News August 12, 2022



Updates from the 2022 Ham Radio Youth Summer Camp in Croatia

This year's 10th Youngsters on the Air Summer Camp is taking place in Karlovac, Croatia, August 6 - 13, 2022. Attending from the Americas is Mily Erazo, YS1YXI, from El Salvador, along with her father, Juan Erazo, YS1JFE, who is participating as a team leader. Participants are publishing a daily blog from the camp: www.ham-yota.com/yota2022.



W0SV St. Cloud Amateur Radio Club
Welcome to w0sv, the st. cloud amateur radio club. here, you will find information about the club, it's events, hamfests, on-air activities, and membership.


Retevis RT3 Tytera MD-380 Modifications
Radio Equipment/VHF-UHF Handhelds/TYT MD-380
Collection of modifications for the Retevis RT3, a monoband handheld transceiver for DMR (digital voice) and analog FM. It is almost identical to the Tytera MD-380.


MFJ to celebrate 50th anniversary
MFJ Enterprises, an amateur radio electronics manufacturer and retailer, will celebrate 50 years in business this October


Upcoming ham radio conventions emphasize learning and youth
Two major ham radio events in August will host Division Conventions for ARRL The National Association for Amateur Radio


Simultaneous operations of APRS and Voice Repeater now a reality on ISS
ARISS is pleased to announce that starting August 11, simultaneous operations of the ARISS Voice Repeater and digital APRS communications on the International Space Station (ISS) is now a reality


New RadCom team
We announced earlier in the year that RadCom Managing Editor, Elaine Richards, G4LFM, was planning to retire after leading the RadCom team for 14 years. Very soon after that announcement, we had to come to terms with the sad and sudden news that RadCom Technical Editor, Giles Read, G1MFG, had passed away


Ron Block, NR2B, Wins the July 2022 QST Cover Plaque Award


BCARC - Bonner County Amateur Radio Club
An incorporated, non-profit organization promoting amateur radio and serving the interests of communities in Bonner County.


Amateur Radio License Map
DX Resources/Callsigns
Use this map to find amateur radio license holders in the USA.


GM0AYR Ayr Amateur Radio Group
Founded in 1937, the Ayr Amateur Radio Group (AARG) has a long history of being the focus for amateur radio in Ayr and South Ayrshire


RF Exposure Calculator
Technical Reference/RF Safety
To use the RF Exposure Calculator, fill-in the form with your operating power, antenna gain, and the operating frequency. Depending on how far above ground the RF source is located, you might want to consider ground reflections too.


AP75PAK celebrates 75th anniversary of Pakistan
The Pakistan Amateur Radio Society (PARS) is operating under the special callsign AP75PAK and Pakistani operators are using the special AP75 prefix during August


Earthquake balloons in the stratosphere
For the first time, a network of high-altitude balloons has detected a strong earthquake using infrasound sensors in the stratosphere


Indonesian Beaches On The Air (iBOTA)
ORARI members who are members of amateur radio portable Bali, held activities Indonesian Beaches On The Air (iBOTA) and Indonesian Temple On The Air (iTOTA) at Goa Lawah Beach and Temple, Klungkung Regency, Bali, Sunday, July 31


Ham radio operators reunite families
Ommcom News in the Indian state of Odisha reports on the public service activities of the West Bengal Radio Club


Icom AH-730 Automatic Antenna Tuner, New!
The AH-730 is a new outdoor-mounted Automatic Antenna Tuner from Icom.


Hams Radio Operators Support American Red Cross in Kentucky Flood Response

As the flood waters began to recede following devastating rainfall in Kentucky that began on July 26, the American Red Cross reported that over 400 of their disaster workers were on the ground, as well as dozens more in other locations. They provided shelter, meals, and other forms of support. Red Cross teams also worked alongside their state and municipal partners among others, including Kentu...



New ARRL Radio Lab Inspires Innovation in the Ham Shack

ARRL has unveiled its new Radio Laboratory, W1HQ. In a new YouTube video, Jherica Goodgame, KI5HTA, a summer intern at ARRL Headquarters, tours viewers through the station.

"The ARRL Radio Lab is an innovative test space designed to reshape the way we imagine and build a ham radio shack," said Goodgame. The station is intended to inspire members to build, organize, and equip their own stations i...




 

 
 
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