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TAPR PSR 144 now available
TAPR have made issue 144 of their newsletter PSR available for download
Why Marconi’s genius was on a different wavelength
This June will mark exactly 100 years since the world’s first public broadcast took place in Chelmsford, Essex
Essex Activity Night Monday Feb 17
Essex Activity Night takes place this evening, Monday, February 17 at 7pm in Danbury Village Hall, hosted by the Chelmsford Amateur Radio Society. This free event is open to all
N5WF Wichita Amateur Radio Society
Wichita Amateur Radio Society was founded around 1968 to support the amateur radio community in and around Wichita Falls, Texas.
W5LM Temple Amateur Radio Club

K7SFN Frank
K7SFN personal page with some projects and pictures of his aerials
NP4KT Blog
El Taller NP4KT ex WP4DQK ham radio blog
DXWatch App for iPhone
Software/iPhone/DX Cluster
This is the official App of the popular DX Web Cluster DXWatch. You can follow amateur radio DX spots trough the world wide DX cluster network filter by band. Available for iPhone and iPad
QSO Today Amateur Radio Podcast Michael Ritz - W7VO
Michael, "Mike", Ritz, W7VO, left the big city for rural Oregon to build his dream contest station, and uses his station to help new and local hams to learn and build necessary skills to become lifelong contestors and HF operators
AmateurLogic 140: New Stuff and Old Stuff
George, Tommy and Wayne make nice finds at the Capital City Hamfest. Krewe of Eve Mardi Gras Ball and a tasty treat. Icom IC-705 Quick Preview. New portable QRP antennas. Plus lots more.
Radio Acacia to broadcast interview of two Indian hams
Radio Acacia from Nottinghamshire, England is going to broadcast an nterview of two Indian Hams VU2EXP Rajesh Vagadia and VU3WHG Shyama Vagadia for sharing their valuable experience on Amateur Radio Emergency Communication service extended during VAYU Cyclone (June 2019) at coast of Porbandar (Gujarat) India
1240-1300 MHz ham radio band discussed by CEPT ECC SE40
CEPT ECC has released its news summary for January that includes the SE40 Rome meeting on January 14-16 which discussed compatibility between RNSS and Amateur Services in 1240-1300 MHz
Full ham radio licences in the Falkland Islands
Ian Abel G3ZHI asked the Falkland Islands Communications Regulator about the situation concerning the issuing of Full amateur radio licences in the islands
UK 5 MHz beacon to close
It has been announced that the 5 MHz (60m) beacon GB3WES at Westmorland IO84qn on 5.290 MHz will close down on March 11, 2020, when its Notice of Variation (NoV) expires
Southern Counties Amateur Radio Association
SCARA is active in various events throughout the year. Helping as a public service with communications at various events has been a strong point for our club
DVRC-Delaware Valley Ragchew Club
The Delaware Valley Ragchew Club is an amateur radio club located in Southern New Jersey.
K5MDX Magnolia DX Association
Mississippi's Premiere DX Organization
PRARL
Liga Puertorriquesa de Radioaficionados - KP4E
SRARC Snake River Amateur Radio Club
Snake River Amateur Radio Club
Home Made Artificial Ground Tuner
Technical Reference/Grounding
Home made Artificial Ground. This article contains a schematics of a custom artificial ground device that can be used to ground your station equipment if you live in an higher floor and cannot effort a proper dedicated ground connection. This Artificial Ground has been designed by Colyn Baillie-Searle GD4EIRP
ARRL Audio News - February 14, 2020
ARRL Audio News - February 14, 2020
Denby Dale Amateur Radio Club
Founded nearly 40 years ago at the Pie Hall, Denby Dale, a village famous since 1788 for giant pies.
Oldham Amateur Radio Club
A Radio Society of Great Britain affiliated Club
Sporadic Ham Radio Club
Web site of the Sporadic Ham Radio Club.
K4BFT Huntsville Amateur Radio Club
Huntsville Area Active Amateur Radio Organization
Handiham Blog
Ham radio for people with disabilities provide podcast and blog
ZR6KMD 20m Field Dipole
Antennas/Portable
A simple drawing schematic of a portable field dipole for 14 MHz with dimensions in meters and instruction for setting up the antenna and to store the radial for easy transportation
ZS6KMD 20-40m Multiband Dipole
Antennas/Multiband
The dipole shown in this document is installed in an inverted Vee configuration, with two leg elements on each side held parallel to each other by 21cm spacers. The upper leg is for 40m and the lower leg for 20m. The spacers are made of 7mm plastic garden hose support for garden sprayers cut to 21cm.
Trump signs order to test U.S. infrastructure's vulnerability to GPS outage
U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order directing U.S. agencies to test the vulnerabilities of critical infrastructure systems in the event of a disruption or manipulation of global positioning system services (GPS).
15-year-old fights the FAA anti-model flying NPRM with social media
The FAA has issued an NPRM (Notice of Proposed Rule Making) that would effectively see the end of the traditional hobby of flying RC planes, helicopters and drones
WRC-15 60m band now authorized in France
The French communications regulator ARCEP has finally authorized the use of the 5 MHz (60m) amateur radio band agreed by ITU at WRC-15
RAC Amateur of the Year Award 2019: Cary Rubenfeld, VE4EA
The RAC Board of Directors takes great pleasure in selecting Cary Rubenfeld, VE4EA, as the recipient of the RAC Amateur of the Year Award for 2019 in recognition of his tireless efforts to promote Amateur Radio in his home province of Manitoba, throughout Canada and internationally
Amateur Radio Operating Procedures
Australia's communications regulator ACMA has made available an Amateur Radio Operating Procedures page
New ARRL Repeater Directory Now Shipping

The 2020 ARRL Repeater Directory® is now shipping. It includes “crowdsourced” listings contributed by users, repeater owners, and volunteer frequency coordinators. This means more listings that are and updated more often. With 21,000 listings, it’s the most complete printed directory of on-the-air repeaters, covering repeater systems throughout the US and Canada.

 

Repeater systems are listed by ...


ARRL Podcasts Schedule

The second episode of ARRL’s On the Air podcast is now available. The topics focus on building the ground plane antenna featured in the first issue of On the Air magazine, a discussion of open-wire feed lines, and an interview with a relatively new public service volunteer. New On the Air podcast episodes are available monthly.

 

The first episode of the new Eclectic Tech podcast also is now avai...


 

 
 
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