Thursday
Apr192012

Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 1810 – Apr. 20, 2012 

  • A new report names radar sources that could interfere with amateur radio
  • The Sun shows its might again as a major eruption hits the North-East limb
  • Amateur radio responds to tornado devastation in the central US
  • Scouting gets its own IRLP Topic Channel
  • Riley Hollingsworth K4ZDH is coming to CQ Magazine

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Thursday
Apr122012

Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 1809 – Apr. 13, 2012 

  • WB2MGP celebrates a quarter of a century leading forums at Hamvention
  • An FCC enforcement in California action may not be what it seems
  • Entry level hams in Belgium to get a power increase on the High Frequency bands
  • New Zealand's NZART changes its repeater license fee collection system
  • A United States broadcaster pays homage to its oldest and longest listener

 
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Thursday
Apr052012

Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 1808 – Apr. 6, 2012 

 

  • The FCC issues a NoI on ham radios role in emergency communications
  • The ARRL asks you to assist it in responding to the FCC on this matter 
  • Canada issues its first 60 meter developmental license  
  • A Kansas ham survives a lightning strike
  • Ham radio pays respects to the memory of no-code leader Fred Maia, W5YI

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Thursday
Mar292012

Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 1807 – Mar. 30, 2012

 

  • MyGAREC 2012 to be held in Malaysia in November
  • NTIA clarifies digital modes that can be used on 60 meters
  • 1700 South African hams let their licenses lapse
  • World A/R Day to celebrate 50 years of ham radio in space 
  • Japan to launch five new hamsats
  • ARRL announces that the DXCC is going on-line  

Pierre is here for his April 1st Roving Report

 

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Thursday
Mar222012

Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 1806 – Mar. 23, 2012

 

  • Ham radio and social networks respond to earthquake in Mexico 
  • APRS equipped ocean buoy is released off the coast of Alaska 
  • Missouri hams could be hit by proposed distracted driving law 
  • London Olympic commemorative ham radio stations are announced

 


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