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AmateurLogic 142: Fading Sidebands, DRM SSTV and OpenWebRX
Do you really know what’s shown in a Spectrum Display? George explains. Visually observing a signal fade. Emile’s DRM SSTV exploration. Mike discovers OpenWebRX is back and more
SA-QSL available to non-members
Jan Botha, ZS4JAN says that many new call signs have been logged during the lockdown period. Many of these new and old call signs are not familiar with SA-QSL, the purpose of it and how to utilize this function
New IARU-R2 Workshops Coordinator appointed
IARU Region 2 has announced the appointment of Augusto Gabaldoni OA4DOH as Workshops Coordinator
165 Volunteer Monitors checking ham radio operating standards
The ARRL have provided an update on the Volunteer Monitor Program that aims to re-energize enforcement efforts in the US Amateur Radio bands
QSO Today Amateur Radio Podcast - Sam Birnbaum - W2JDB
Sam Birnbaum, W2JDB, has a background in computer science and programming that led him to first develop a software logging program called Quick Log, or QLog for operating and logging the digital modes more easily while doing National parks on the air
K8ZTs Ham Radio Resources
K8ZT's Extensive Ham Radio Resources about QRP, Vanity Callsigns, Software, Maps, Kent State, Shack Design, Argonaut, Sommer, Log Analysis
ARRL Audio News - April 10, 2020
ARRL Audio News - April 10, 2020
New Volunteer Monitor Program is Up and Running

VE7NA Nanaimo Amateur Radio Association
The Nanaimo Amateur Radio Association is made up of members of the community stretching from Courtenay to Duncan on Vancouver Island.
Operating Modes/Digital Modes
In the field of RTTY transmissions with audio boards, you can transmit either in FSK or AFSK mode. Which is better: FSK or AFSK? Advantages and Disadvantages of both methods
Solar storm electrical hazard maps
Power companies have long been wary of the sun. Why? Because solar superstorms can make your lights go out
144 MHz Trans-Atlantic record extended to almost 4,760kms
The incredible tropo conditions between Cape Verde Islands and the Caribbean continue to amaze with trans-Atlantic contacts on 144 MHz and 432 MHz being made
CAA Radiotelephony Manual
Notes on pronunciation are useful for amateurs in noisy conditions. The UK Radiotelephony Manual (CAP 413) aims to provide pilots, Air Traffic Services personnel and aerodrome drivers with a compendium of clear, concise, standard phraseology and associated guidance for radiotelephony communication in United Kingdom airspace
B2 Type 3 Mark II Spy set video on YouTube
The RSGB report the Commonwealth War Graves Commission visited the RSGB National Radio Centre to make a film about the Spy set displayed in the foyer
Tribute to former teacher Keith Matthew G0WYS
The Falmouth Packet reports Keith Matthew G0WYS inspired a generation of Helston students but now a former teacher and amateur radio enthusiast has made his last transmission
Tweet with Morse code
An article in Raspberry Pi magazine MagPi by PJ Evans of Milton Keynes shows how you can Tweet with Morse code
SDRs for Small Satellites
Al Williams WD5GNR writes on Hackaday about a report on SDR's for small satellite communications - Evaluation of SDR Boards and Toolchains - written by Alexandru Csete OZ9AEC and Sheila Christiansen
Hamvention QSO Party Set for Saturday, May 16

The Hamvention QSO Party, a sort of virtual Dayton Hamvention®, will take place on the HF bands on May 16, which would be the Saturday of the now-canceled event. “Let’s celebrate the many years we have all had at the Great Gathering we call Hamvention,” said an announcement over the signatures of Tim Duffy, K3LR, and Michael Kalter, W8CI.

“We also want to remember Ron Moorefield, W8ILC, who neve...

First Transatlantic Contact on 70 Centimeters Reported

VA3BAL Central Ontario Amateur Radio Club

W8LKY Alliance (Ohio) Amateur Radio Club
Amateur radio w8lky alliance amateur radio club arrl special service
Robert F. Heytow Memorial Radio Club
Memorial Radio Club - K9YA. On-air code practice nets and publisher of the K9YA Telegrah - a FREE ham radio e-zine.
IARU Bandplans
IARU Regional bandplans
Mount Greylock Expeditionary Force VHF/UHF Multiop Contesting Page
Pilot of The Airwaves
Centenarian radio amateur on BBC Radio Solent
Bill Sykes G2HCG from Milford-on-sea celebrated his 100th birthday on April 8 and was featured on BBC Radio Solent
Latin America and Carribean Contest on HamSphere 4.0
Welcome to our first HamSphere 4.0 Latin America and Caribbeans contest. You can work with everyone for distances points, but our Latin American and Caribbean friends will give you 10 extra points for each valid QSO and multipliers for their countries. Beam you antennas to South America and Caribbeans
Coronavirus: Newspaper reports amateur radio activity has flourished
New Zealand's Otago Daily Times reports amateur radio activity has flourished since the Covid-19 lockdown began
WIA Board elections
Mr John Marshall, the returning officer of the Wireless Institute of Australia, has declared that in accordance with The WIA Constitution, Clause 14.1c and the Regulations (as amended November 2017) nominations were called for three positions which will be vacated in 2020
Half of UK adults exposed to false claims about coronavirus
Almost half of UK online adults came across false or misleading information about coronavirus (Covid-19) in the last week, Ofcom has found
Past ARRL Atlantic Division Director Bernie Fuller, N3EFN - SK
Past ARRL Atlantic Division Director Bernard E. "Bernie" Fuller, N3EFN, of Saegertown, Pennsylvania, died on April 2. He was 86
COVID-19 and radio amateurs in IARU Region 2
After the COVID-19 pandemic began, up to April 2, 2020 the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has reported 247,473 confirmed cases and 5,600 deaths in America
Historic first trans-Atlantic contact made on 432 MHz
On Tuesday the 7th of April 2020, a remarkable contact was made on the FT8 digital mode on the 432 MHz band between D4VHF on the Cape Verde Islands off the coast of Africa and FG8OJ in Guadeloupe in the Caribbean
Annual Armed Forces Day Crossband Test Postponed

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 response and mitigation actions, the 2020 Armed Forces Day (AFD) Crossband Test scheduled for Saturday, May 9, has been postponed. Because it’s uncertain just when stay-at-home orders will be lifted across the US, AFD planners chose to postpone this year’s event, because the government stations that typically support this event may not be available. Armed Forces Day ...

Portland Amateur Radio Club
One of the Portland ,Oregon metro area's oldest club, all are welcome, if you are in the area, our club repeater is on 146.840 mhz


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