Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2060 for Friday, April 21, 2017

  • VHF PACKET DELIVERS ON THE SPACE STATION
  • IN CORNWALL, FROM TITANIC TO MARCONI
  • NO SHORTAGE OF SHORTWAVE
  • STILL TIME TO NOMINATE YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR
  • GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE TECH
  • TIME TO PARTY IN NEW ENGLAND
  • GETTING LUCKY IN KENTUCKY
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • HERE'S TO THE NEXT 60 YEARS IN JAPAN

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Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2059 for April 14, 2017

  • IN INDIA, A REUNION BY RADIO
  • GOOD PROGNOSIS FOR HOSPITAL RADIOS
  • FOR K2BSA, IT's MORSE AND MORE
  • BREAKING THE ICE....IN ICELAND
  • KNOW A POTENTIAL YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR? 
  • MARKING THE DAY OF MARCONI
  • ON THE FRONT PORCH OF RADIO HISTORY
  • PLANNING FOR DAYTON: HOW SUPERSUITE IT IS!
  • WORLD OF DX
  • ESSEX HAMS IN A LATHER

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Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2058 for April 7, 2017

  • AUSTRALIA'S TROPICAL CYCLONE DRAWS AMATEUR RESPONSE
  • COLOMBIAN HAMS AFTER FLOODS, LANDSLIDE
  • RESTORING RADIO AUSTRALIA'S SHORTWAVE
  • UPDATE: IN THE UK, RADIO MUSEUM DOORS OPEN
  • DON'T FORGET OUR YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR
  • LIGHTHOUSE SHINES ITS WAY TO A QSO
  • FIRSTNET FOR THOSE FIRST ON THE SCENE
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • A NET IN THE NAME OF FRIENDSHIP

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Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2057 for March 31, 2017

  • WHEN SOUND CARDS ARE A SOUND IDEA
  • DIGITAL CROSSES THE FINISH LINE
  • 103-YEAR-OLD HAM IN RUSSIA, A SILENT KEY
  • PUTTING ITALY'S REPEATERS ON THE MAP
  • IARU GUIDE: NOTHING LOST IN TRANSLATION
  • DON'T FORGET: YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR
  • RADIO SCOUTING UPDATE
  • HAMS' TRADITION OF SURVIVAL
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • PIERRE PULLINMYLEG AND A LICENSE WITH CLASS!

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Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2056 for March 24, 2017

  • SPEAKING UP (LOUDLY) ABOUT RISING NOISE FLOOR
  • FROM DUBLIN TO NEPAL AND BACK AGAIN
  • THE GOOD OLD DAYS OF AM ARE BACK
  • NETS OF NOTE: THE BROTHERS NET
  • A YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR REMEMBERS 2011
  • GREATER HOUSTON HAMFEST'S HAPPENING
  • WHEN ALL THE WORLD'S A TRANSMITTER
  • TRANSMITTING, IN A NUTSHELL

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