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ARRL Headquarters Will Be Closed for Presidents’ Day, Monday, February 17

ARRL Headquarters will be closed for Presidents’ Day, Monday, February 17. There will be no W1AW bulletin or code practice transmissions on that day. Headquarters will reopen on Tuesday, February 18, at 8 AM EST.

The Renfrew County Amateur Radio Club
The Renfrew County Amateur Radio Club is located in the County of Renfrew in the province of Ontario, Canada.
The Boring Ham Radio Part
Ramblings on amateur radio, flying, programming, martial arts, the Macintosh and who knows what.
Operating Permit Information
Info about operarting permissions in other countries
Surfing the jet stream reduces aviation radiation
Last weekend, British Airways Flight 112 made headlines when it flew from New York to London in less than 5 hours, smashing the speed record for subsonic flight. It did it by surfing the jet stream
This weekend opens the 12th Edition of the 'WEEKEND OF THE AMERICAN LIGHTHOUSES' from Friday 14 to Sunday, February 16, 2020, with 86 light houses and beacons of 12 countries
NASA TV coverage of Cygnus launch to space station
Northrop Grumman’s next NASA resupply services mission to the International Space Station is targeted for launch at 3:43 p.m. EST Friday, Feb. 14
International Air Ambulance Week 2020
This year's International Air Ambulance Week will take place between 5th and 13th September with the focus on supporting and generating donations for flying medical services around the world
New HF Band Planning Discussion Group
The ARRL has created a new HF Band Planning Discussion Group which is open to both members and non-members
HuskySat-1 Gains Enthusiastic Following

Initial reports indicate considerable interest among amateurs in tracking and capturing data from the newly deployed HuskySat-1. The satellite, designed at the University of Washington, was launched to the International Space Station last November and subsequently deployed into a higher orbit from the ISS on January 31 and began telemetry transmissions on 435.800 MHz. HuskySat-1’s 1,200 bps BPS...

The ARRL International DX Contest (CW) is Just Ahead!

“WOW Signal” Documentary Now Available Online

Retired Ohio State University Professor Robert Dixon, W8ERD, says a documentary about the 1977 discovery of a signal from the cosmos detected by the Ohio State University Radio Telescope is now available from at least one internet video site and was to become available from Amazon and Google Play. The so-called “WOW signal” is regarded as the best candidate for a signal originating from extrate...

New ARRL Repeater Director 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 s...

Successful 47 GHz Amateur Radio Moonbounce Test Reported

Mitsuo Kasai, JA1WQF, successfully decoded a 47 GHz signal bounced off the moon on February 10 by Al Ward, W5LUA. More tests are planned. Ward posted news of the achievement on the Moon-Net email reflector. “These were one-way tests, with only me transmitting,” he said in his post.

“I started out by sending single tones to Mitsuo, which he copied well, and then sent several sequences of calls an...

Calnet Repeater Group
Calnet a multi repeater amateur radio system serving most of California and parts of Nevada. The Calnet system consists of numerous fulltime linked 440 MHz repeaters connecting San Diego to San Francisco and Lake Tahoe.
9H1PI Ivan
Home Page of Ivan, 9H1PI, QRV from the island of Malta on 50 MHz.
K8DAC Saginaw Valley Amateur Radio Association
SVARA - Saginaw Valley Amateur Radio Association
Portail radioamateur F6EZM
DX, webclusters, callbooks, software and hamradio links.
Stillwater Amateur Radio Club
Stillwater, OK
Measuring SWR at 1296 MHz
Technical Reference/Standing Wave Ratio
Have you been looking for an easy way to measure power or SWR at 1296 MHz? One thing is certain, it is not easy - simply because the normal range of SWR meters that most of us have is not up to 1300 MHz.
Car Power Adapter to Anderson PowerPole
Technical Reference/Coax Cables and Connectors
A useful and simple project to convert an unneeded car power cable to an Anderson PowerPole adapter.
Ham radio club can provide emergency communications
Since 1977, the Rideau Lakes Amateur Radio Club has been a part of Smiths Falls and surrounding regions with the home base in Smiths Falls, Ontario
Ham radio course just takes one day
The High Desert Amateur Radio Group is offering a new course that will assist you in obtaining a ham radio license in one day
New TCXO breakout board for the ADALM Pluto SDR
Oscar, DJ0MY and his 11 year old son Daniel have been busy over the past weeks designing a TCXO breakout board for the Pluto SDR
Not an everyday find: German Archaeologists came across a Russian spy radio
Not an everyday find: Archaeologists from the Rhineland Regional Council were amazed when they came across a Russian spy radio instead of Roman traces in the Hambach open-cast mine during excavations. Hidden in a large metal box
Successful 47 GHz ham radio moon bounce test
Mitsuo JA1WQF was able to successfully decode Al W5LUA’s 47088.1 MHz QRA-64D signal that was bounced off the Moon on Feb 10, 2020. More tests are planned
Free testing comes to Wilson, NC
Free testing administered by the Laurel VEC and Five County VE Team comes to Wilson, North Carolina
QARMAN and Phoenix CubeSat upcoming deployment
Several CubeSats are expected to be deployed from the International Space Station into orbit next week, among them are QARMAN and Phoenix
Municipal tax on masts and pylons
Belgium's national amateur radio society UBA reports the number of cities and municipalities that levy a tax on masts and pylons has risen sharply in recent months
US Marines Sponsor Ham Radio Licensing Course

CubeSats Set for Deployment from the ISS

Several CubeSats are scheduled to be deployed from the ISS on February 12, including Phoenix, a 3U CubeSat developed by Arizona State University (ASU) to study the effects of urban heat islands through remote infrared sensing. The ASU operations team would appreciate help from the amateur satellite community with identifying the spacecraft and verifying that it is operational following its depl...

ARRL Creates New HF Band Planning Discussion Group

ARRL has created a new HF Band Planning Discussion Group. HF Band Planning Committee Chair Mike Raisbeck, K1TWF, will moderate the group, which will focus on the ARRL HF Band Planning Committee’s recommendations and other band-planning activities. Earlier this month, the ARRL HF Band Planning Committee invited comments and suggestions from the Amateur Radio community on its report  to the ARRL ...

KP4AE Beto
KP4AE webpages with photos and information about SSTV, from puerto rico.
About my self, family & the exciting of amateur radio.
The Voice of Idaho
The Voice of Idaho Amateur Radio Club Website. News and information from Treasure Valley and surrounding area


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