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[l] at 6/24/19 1:34am
The latest space weather forecast from Dr Tamitha Skov WX6SWW - All Quiet at Earth, New Crater on a Stormy Mars
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[l] at 6/24/19 1:34am
This week's WIA News reports that Hap Holly, KC9RP, who’s been producing the The RAIN Report Amateur Radio newscast every week for 30 years, has announced that he’s retiring and closing down
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[l] at 6/24/19 1:34am
The sun has just crossed 33 days without a sunspot, marking the longest stretch of blank suns in the current solar cycle
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[l] at 6/24/19 1:34am
2019 is the 55th anniversary of Radio Caroline and the Martello Tower Group are going to be celebrating this by running a ‘special’ special event from MV Ross Revenge from the 1st to the 5th August using the callsign GB55RC
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[l] at 6/24/19 1:34am
RSGB President Dave Wilson M0OBW demonstrated the UK's new online exam system at the 44th international amateur radio show Ham Radio 2019 held in Friedrichshafen on June 21-23
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[l] at 6/24/19 1:34am
RSGB volunteers continue to be engaged with IARU and Ofcom on WRC matters including the 144 MHz and 1240 MHz bands as well as WRC-19 Agenda Items in CEPT-PTD (50 MHz, WPT, 5 GHz) and CEPT-PT1 (24/47 GHz)
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[l] at 6/24/19 1:34am
In this episode, Colin M6BOY is joined by Bill Barnes (N3JIX), Leslie Butterfield (G0CIB). Edmund Spicer (M0MNG) and Ed Durrant (DD5LP) to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. Colin M6BOY rounds up the news in brief and this episode’s feature is HMS Belfast, D-Day’s Communication Ship
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[l] at 6/24/19 1:34am
CBC News reports more women on Prince Edward Island, Canada, are taking up amateur radio
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[l] at 6/24/19 1:34am
The first weekend of next month - Saturday and Sunday 6th and 7th July - sees the IRTS VHF/UHF Field Day Contest taking place, coinciding with similar contests elsewhere in Europe
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[l] at 6/24/19 1:34am
According to the Amateur Radio Cluster Network for the week of Sunday, 16th/June, through Sunday, 23rd/June there were 202 countries active
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[l] at 6/24/19 1:34am
Weekly IOTA News - compiled by Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW, editor of the Ohio/Penn DX Bulletin
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[l] at 6/23/19 3:05am
From Milk to Direct Conversion in a Software Defined Radio - It seems my analogy with milk glasses hit a nerve when I explained some of the inner workings of a simple Analogue to Digital Converter, also known as an A/D Converter or ADC as part of my exploration into Software Defined Radio. Thank you for your comments, suggestions and corrections
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[l] at 6/23/19 3:05am
Geoff Emery VK4ZPP contributes to the discussion on the recent threat to 144 MHz and activity levels in our VHF/UHF bands
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[l] at 6/23/19 3:05am
RASA (Radio Amateur Society of Australia) has initiated a review of the Australian 30m band plan
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[l] at 6/23/19 3:05am
Rod Moag, W5NDS, interests in radio and electronics paralleled an interest in American folk and country music leading to advanced degrees in linguistics and South Asian languages
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[l] at 6/23/19 3:05am
The NewsWest broadcast for the 23rd of June is ready to download. This is the Contesting Edition, brought to you by the team at WA Amateur Radio News
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[l] at 6/23/19 3:05am
CEPT Project Team A, responsible for some aspects of the CEPT position for WRC-19, met in Prague from June 17-21. The meeting minutes are available for download
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[l] at 6/23/19 3:05am
16-year-old radio amateur Julián Fernández EA4HCD was interviewed by the newspaper El Mundo Chronicle about his FossaSat-1 PocketQube satellite
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[l] at 6/23/19 3:05am
Hannes Coetzee, ZS6BZP, reports that the solar activity is expected to remain at low levels
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[l] at 6/22/19 2:34am
IARU was represented at the meeting of CEPT Project Team A (responsible for some aspects of the CEPT position for WRC-19), which has just finished in Prague
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[l] at 6/22/19 2:34am
The Netherlands is moving towards a realistic power level (100 watts) and improved band allocations for their Novice license holders

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