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Thursday
Oct252012

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1837 October 26 2012 

  • New Zealand hams will have to wait to gain full access to 6 meters
  • Germany’s DARC says no to a new European BPL standard
  • The Hurricane Watch Net activates for hurricane Sandy
  • GRE quits the scanner business but Alinco sales and service to continue
  • Soprano Sarah Brightman will be the next space tourist to visit the ISS

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Thursday
Oct182012

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1836 October 19 2012

  • U.S. Supreme Court to hear case involving resale of private property
  • DHS to provide emergency communications training at Hamvention 2013
  • Ham radio gets new responsibilities from Army MARS
  • FCC asks assistance in finding cellphone and GPS jamming devices
  • Looking at what happened to ham radio from Sealand

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Thursday
Oct112012

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1835 October 12 2012

  • The FCC released an NPRM aimed at changing Amateur Radio licensing
  • RSGB replies to UK regulator Ofcom on the future of 143-156 MHz
  • Hams in Sweden effectively loose access to the 2300 MHz band
  • A 65 foot tower leaves neighbors very unhappy down-under 
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Friday
Oct052012

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1834 Oct 05 2012

Amatuer Radio Report 1834 is now online.

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Thursday
Sep272012

Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 1833 – September 28 2012  

  • Dedicated Cubesat downlinks to be discussed at WRC 2018 
  • Ofcom lifts spectrum restrictions for London Summer Olympics 
  • Kosovo takes to the ham radio airwaves
  • Last Man Standing K6T operating event will not take place
  • Results of the World Radio Direction Finding competition
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