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Manufacturers/Software Defined Radio
Nuand bladeRF 2.0 Software Defined Radio (SDR) 47MHz to 6GHz, 2x2MIMO, 61.44MHz sampling
Radio Equipment/Amateur Radio Accessories
The Swiss army knife for Digital Voice, the DVMEGA radio is basically a complete D-Star and DMR compatible hotspot
The Engineering Edge podcast
Professor Lucy Rogers M6CME visited Surrey Space Centre and talked to Dr Chris Bridges M0IEB for episode 4 of The Engineering Edge podcast
Phoenix CubeSat upcoming deployment
Sarah Rogers KI7OOY reports that on Feb 12, several CubeSats are scheduled to be deployed from the ISS. Among them is the Phoenix CubeSat
Keeping Ham Radio Relevant - online event tonight
Dan Maloney KC1DJT says "amateur radio is fighting a two-front war for its continued existence"
Undersea Expedition Planned to Retrieve Titanic’s Radio Gear

The company with sole rights to salvage artifacts from the RMS Titanic has gone to court to gain permission to carry out a “surgical removal and retrieval” of the Marconi radio equipment on the ship, a Washington Post article reports. The Titanic sank in 1912 on its maiden voyage after striking an iceberg in the North Atlantic. As the radio room filled with water, radio operator Jack Phillips t...

Informal Special Event to Commemorate Amateur Radio Newsline Cofounder Bill Pasternak, WA6ITF

The Amateur Radio Newsline Amateur Radio Club will sponsor an informal activation of WA6ITF, the call sign long held by Newsline cofounder Bill Pasternak, who died 5 years ago. Pasternak would have turned 72 on February 7. With Bill Orenstein, KH6IAF, Pasternak created the original Amateur Radio Newsline as the Westlink Radio Network, recruiting volunteer broadcasters to contribute ham radio ne...

ARISS Announces Hosts for Space Station Ham Radio Contacts

 Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) has announced the names of schools and organizations selected to host amateur radio contacts with International Space Station crew members during the second half of 2020. Ten proposals were accepted to move forward in the selection process and placed in a scheduling queue for an amateur radio contact between July and December 2020. Altho...

President Signs PIRATE Act to Combat Illegal Broadcasting

On January 24, President Donald Trump signed into law the “Preventing Illegal Radio Abuse Through Enforcement Act” or the “PIRATE Act.” The measure, which amends the Communications Act of 1934, authorizes enhanced penalties for violators. Under the new law, pirate radio broadcasters would be subject to a fine of not more than $2 million, and violators could be fined up to $100,000 for each day ... Ends Identity Verified Program

The popular amateur radio website has dropped its verified member program, which the site instituted last year in an effort to combat fraud and password phishers. Termination of the program was due to “a number of factors,” the site’s founder and president Fred Lloyd, AA7BQ, explained in a post. Lloyd said the change will “transition our online swapmeet rules to reflect more open polici...

“The Auroral Connection” to be Focus of 2020 HamSCI Workshop

W8DF Southern Michigan Amateur Radio Society
Southern Michigan Amateur Radio Society Battle Creek,Michigan
Paladin Contest Club
Paladin Contest Club Homepage
60m Band Frequencies
International 60m band channel frequencies.
Wexaukee Amateur Radio Club
Wexford Missaukee County Ham Radio, Swap Cadillac Michigan
S5 HF Band Plan
Amateur Radio bandplan in a large PDF A3 format valid for Serbia and Region 2
Cocos Island
Two operations from Cocos Island (NA-012) are expected to be on the air. Operators Mark/XE1B (4A4A) and Frank/HK5OKY are expected to be active as TI9C until February 9th, depending on the weather and Jorge/TI2JV, Dmitry/RA9USU, Mats/SM6LRR and Andrew/UA3AB are expected to be active as TI9A until February 12th.
Micronesia Special Event
Haru, JA1XGI, will be using the special event callsign, V6TOPG2020, from several islands in Micronesia between June 1st and the end of September
South Orkney Island DXpedition
We're on autopilot, next stop Punta Arenas, Chile. The project is on schedule -- Team members will begin arriving in Punta Arenas on February 9th, Braveheart is scheduled to arrive on February 13th, we load the ship on Feb 14th and depart on Feb 15th for Signy Island
VHF DX Weekend 8th / 9th February
On February 8th and 9th the New Zealand VHF DX Weekend contest will be on. We encourage you to get out and operate from either home station or find a high hill to work from
10 US schools moved forward in ARISS selection process
Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) is pleased to announce the schools and host organizations selected for the second half of 2020
UA6AP Yuri
Hamradio page with pictures and links
Modifications to the Diamond V2000 and similar antennas
Antennas/VHF UHF
This kind of antenna has grown in popularity over the last years because it gives you a decent performance and triband capabilities. But its 50 MHz design is far from optimal. Here you can learn how to improve its 50 MHz performance in a very easy way.
Manufacturers/Software Defined Radio
open source hardware for software-defined radio. HackRF One is an open source hardware platform that can be used as a USB peripheral or programmed for stand-alone operation. 1 MHz to 6 GHz operating frequency
Top Amateur Radio Websites - Issue 2002
Grounding HF Transceiver using Coax Cable, Build a twin-lead Lindenblad Antenna for 70cm and 2m, From Windom Antenna to Multiband OCFD, The Yagi Antenna - Presentation, Interactive Ham Radio Locator Map, XieGu Tech, Amateur Radio Microwave - Introduction, The Lindenblad Antenna - Presentation, Retevis, How to program Motorola APX P25,
New Radio Standards Notice has been published
On Wednesday 29 January 2020, New Zealand's RSM published the Radiocommunications (Radio Standards) Notice 2020
EIDX Group
As the EIDX Group (EIDXG) prepare for their upcoming activities, the group have organised a workshop/activity weekend as they maintain/service some of their equipment
ICQPodcast - NanoVNA are they any good?
In this episode, Martin M1MRB is joined by Leslie Butterfield G0CIB, Edmund Spicer M0MNG, Dan Romanchik KB6NU and Ruth Willet KM4LAO to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. Colin M6BOY rounds up the news in brief and this episode’s feature is - NanoVNA are they any good?
Diving deep for 'the world's most famous radio'
What extremes would YOU go to to get your hands on an old radio? If that radio is the wireless transmitter that operator Jack Phillips used April 15, 1912 to summon help for the doomed RMS Titanic, those extremes likely include ocean depths. The United States company that has salvage rights to the wreckage is ready to make that trip - and soon
Italian DXpedition Team on Zanzibar Island
The Italian DXpedition Team (IDT) will be activating Zanzibar Island (AF-032) in Tanzania between February 4-18th
SARL National Field Day on 8 and 9 February
The first leg of the SARL National Field Day takes place from 10:00 UTC on Saturday 8 February to 10:00 UTC on Sunday 9 February 2020 with Phone, CW and Digital (PSK, FT8 and RTTY) activity on the HF amateur bands, excluding the 2 200, 630, 30, 17 and 12 metre bands
URE take action against radio interference
Spain's national amateur radio society URE has announced the creation of a Working Group to fight the danger posed to our hobby by radio interference from devices such as electric vehicle charging systems
UBA issue statement regarding CEPT and EU
Due to apparent confusion among Belgium radio amateurs, the national amateur radio society UBA have had to issue a statement pointing out the difference between CEPT and the EU
AG1LE Blog
Ham radio projects and experiments by AG1LE
Gaston County Amateur Radio Society
Amateur radio club supports N4GAS repeaters,monthly meetings, VEC sessions, and "Run Around Mountain" Com support.


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