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Jan032013

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1847 January 4 2013

  • The FCC begins work to create a new Citizens Broadband Service
  • ARRL asks the FCC to create a new low frequency band from 472 - 479 kHz
  • Ireland gives 472 - 479 kHz spectrum to its ham radio community
  • International DX Convention moves to Visalia Convention Center
  • Happy birthday to the transistor as it reaches age 65

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Thursday
Dec272012

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1846 December 28 2012  

  • Hams in the Philippines activate as another tropical storm hits
  • New spectrum for hams in Switzerland and the UK
  • NYC ham beats the bureaucracy and gets to keep his tower
  • Canada changes the way it administers its radio enforcement
  • AMSAT gets a Matching Fund for the Fox satellite project

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Thursday
Dec202012

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1845 December 21 2012  

  • ZL approves a digital ATV repeater for compatibility test with other services
  • The United States says no to a new ITU treaty to govern the Internet
  • The Dutch military wont give up 915 MHz for unlicensed short range devices
  • A new eye on the sky down-under will warn of solar eruptions.

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Thursday
Dec132012

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1844 December 14 2012  

  • Amateur radio APRS transponder flies from California to Morocco
  • D-Star tests coming to the High Frequency bands
  • More nations gain access to 472 to 479 Kilohertz
  • Update on DHS Emcomm  traing at the 2013 Dayton Hamvention

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Thursday
Dec062012

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1843 December 7 2012  

  • Hams provide emergency communications as a massive typhoon hits the Philippines
  • IARU Region 3 Monitoring System notes an increase intrusions to the ham radio bands
  • Hams in Taiwan say that they are in need of additional operating spectrum
  • FCC to hold hearings on the communications breakdowns caused by Hurricane Sandy

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