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Apr252015

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1962 April 24 2015 

  • Australian ham radio floater balloon makes a trip around the world
  • FCC proposes new privacy rules for amateur radio operators past information
  • 2014 CQ World Wide SSB contest disqualifies some hams and warns others
  • Palmyra Atoll DX operation announced for early 2016
  • Barbados warns CBers and hams not to use excessive power
  • Possibly the greatest selfie is taken by a ham radio operator on the ISS

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Friday
Apr172015

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1961 April 17 2015

  • IARU Monitoring Service identifies new intruders into the ham radio bands
  • Geomagnetic storm sparks auroras over Canada and the United States
  • Australia may soon take ham radio into space
  • Unlicensed broadcaster in Kentucky hit with a $15,000 fine
  • What causes the worst interference to ham radio

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Friday
Apr102015

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1960 April 10 2015

  • ARRL tells the FCC that ham radio and vehicle radar can co-exist at 76 - 81 GHz
  • UK hams get 70.5 to 71.5 MHz for digital experimentation by special permit
  • South Africa hams gain full kilowatt power privileges
  • NCDXF announces a grant of $50,000 to the VK0EK Heard Island DXpedition
  • Radio tracking tiny birds as they fly south over the Atlantic

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Friday
Apr032015

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1959 April 4 2015

  • Hams in Oklahoma respond to severe weather outbreak
  • ITU dispatches rescue radio communications gear to Vanuatu
  • Broadcasters say no to FCC field office downsizing proposal
  • How to replace FM repeaters with Digital Voice
  • A remote controlled asteroid relocation mission before a ship to Mars
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Saturday
Mar282015

Special Notice: 661-296-2407 Dial In Newsfeed Back In Operation

Special Notice:   I was able to get one of the old tape based machines kind of working for the 661-296-2407 dial-in line. I have no idea as to how long it will be functional as its a "make-do" repair. But for now its there for those who need it and Ill keep it going as long as I can. However, the best way to get the audio version is to download the MP3 file from here our website -- de Bill P. / WA6ITF