AMATEUR RADIO NEWS

US ARISS Contacts - Call for Proposals

The Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) Program is seeking formal and informal education institutions and organizations, individually or working together, to host an Amateur Radio contact with a crew member on board the ISS

Sunday, 28th August 2016

5 MHz in South Africa

The South African Radio League reports on discussions with their regulator ICASA regarding an amateur radio 5 MHz band allocation that is 100 kHz wide with 400 watts output

Chelmsford Talk - Millimetric Microwaves

On Tuesday, September 6, Chris Whitmarsh G0FDZ will be giving a talk about operating on the highest amateur radio bands, the meeting is open to all

RSGB Convention

This year's RSGB Convention, October 7-9, features a great selection of VHF, UHF and Microwave presentations

Essex Morse classes begin Sept 1

Morse classes are starting again , but you may say - What is the Point of Morse ? Because Morse code gets through when SSB fails !!!

NASA’s revived STEREO-B could save us from a trillion dollar disaster (synopsis)

In 1859, the Sun surprisingly increased in brightness so significantly for just a brief while that it was noticeable from Earth during the day

Special features at Telford Hamfest

Sunday 4th September is the 2016 annual Telford HamFest in the Ironbridge Enginuity Museum buildings, part of the famous Ironbridge Gorge Museum

Hammies in action at the Donkin Reserve

The Eastern Cape Hammies club, with the help of PEARS members, set up a station at the Donkin Reserve in Port Elizabeth for the International Lighthouse weekend

Tanzania operation

Chas, NK8O/VE3ISD, will once again be active as 5H3DX from Zinga, Tanzania, between October 20th and November 12th

P4, Aruba

John, W2GD, will once again be active as P40W from Aruba (SA-036) between October 24th and November 1st

SARL HF CW Contest

The SARL HF CW Contest is on the air this afternoon from 13:00 to 16:30 UTC with activity on 14 000 to 14 060 kHz, 7 000 to 7 040 kHz and 3 510 to 3 560 kHz

Indian Floods Keep Hams Busy:

Researchers Set World Record For Wireless Data Transmission

Italian emergency communication frequencies

Podcast: Youth in ham radio - Southgate Amateur Radio Club

One last opportunity to see the Hara Arena - August 27, 2016

Buying Ham gear Online - Do's & Don'ts - K6UDA Radio Episode 24

WORLD’S BIGGEST RADIO DISH UP AND RUNNING

IAW on-air next month

Ham radio on RBB TV

UBSEDS19/20 balloons launch Monday

Foundations of Amateur Radio - Episode 64

Podcast: Youth in ham radio

Notice of Interruption - MSF 60 kHz Time Signal

TX Factor GB2RS News Podcast

Spotter Volunteers Relay Key Information to Weather, Emergency Officials:

YOUTUBE VIDEOS

Sunday, 3rd May 2015

Ankur Puranik Ham Radio IBN Lokmat

How hams of Disaster Amateur Radio Emergency Services set up a direct communication like between Mantralaya in Mumbai with disaster affected Nepal. We helped resolve many cases. For more ...

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NEWSPAPERS

Saturday, 27th August 2016

Expect calm weather today

10 a.m., Sydney Amateur Radio Club, 11 St. Bridget St. open house information on how to qualify for your basic amateur radio certificate. Sponsored ...

SBE Student Member Profile: James Copeland

I chose this track because I have always been interested in radio and ... Copeland: I learn a lot about electronics through the hobby of amateur radio.

Dobbs, William "Bill" Parks

He became a licensed amateur (HAM) radio operator (K4TSF) as a teen. He had recently served as an officer, board member, and Sunday night net ...

Friday, 26th August 2016

Fine Business, Good Buddy: Amateur Radio for Truckers

I figured that I'd probably just end up listening to a lot of audio books, but then I realized that there's a perfect hobby for the road — ham radio.

New Wave of Amateur Radio

DX radio stations were used many decades ago. Though DX could hardly be called a hobby and served for various purposes, DX was a popular ...

HAM RADIO PODCASTS

DX CLUSTER SPOTS

SpotterFreq.DXGMTPref.
SP9JP18102.0 JR2CAK 1159JR
PY1SX21180.0 PQ8SL 1159PQ8
JK1WSH18071.4 DL6ATM 1159DL
7L4IOU14088.6 OZ1TDS 1159OZ
IZ4AFM7162.0 EA5ELT 1159EA
LZ5PX18130.0 JA7GFN 1158JA7
IK1NDD7163.0 IZ0MQN/P 1158I
RN0A14025.5 F6HKA 1158F
N4QWZ144131.0 YL3HA 1157YL
RA4ATZ14064.0 R23RRC 1157R2
CT7AGZ18073.6 4S7VG 11574S
SP3BQC21071.3 VP8LP 1157VP8
OZ1CF14252.0 UA5C 1157UA
ZV8P21180.0 PQ8SL 1157PQ8
UA1TAN14177.0 RU9CK/4/M 1157RU9
RN0A14030.5 OH5TS 1157OH5
W3LPL18091.9 HI8JSG 1157HI
EA5ST7192.0 EA5ELT 1157EA
PY1SX14208.0 PY1GQ 1156PY1
K6AAB7032.6 KH6RX 1156KH6

TOP HF SPOTS

HF spots from EU
IZ5GST/IT97
JR3TOE4
F5MCC/P3
EA7GVZ3
EA5ELT3
R1716M3
IZ0MQN/P3
TZ4AM2
TM2F2
RA/N6TCZ2
EG5CMU2
R23RRC2
JH5MXB2
A61FK2
RU9CK/4/M2
HF spots from NA
KH6J2
9A2N1
UK/R1ZY1
GD4EIP1
JH1THS1
JA1PVX1
YB71RI/81
DL1BJC1
HP3AK1
HI8JSG1
JR4OZR1
E717MFF1
KH6RX1
BV2A/31
JA0FVU1
HF spots from AS
SP7HKK2
DL6ATM1
M0CTP1
8T2BH1
LZ1043PMU1
BV2A/31
IN3VVK1
JT1BV1
R1716M1
UE45AWT1
RW0AJ1
GB5CRC1
RW9LL1
IK6ZKJ1
A61FK1

DX ANNOUNCES

PROPAGATION

Solar Flux: 84, A-index: 5
No space weather storms are predicted for the next 24 hours.
Report issued 2016 Aug 28 0905 UTC

DateSun SpotsFluxGoes
Aug 28, 20165284 B1.0
Aug 27, 20164484 B1.0
Aug 26, 20163979 A8.7
Aug 25, 20164379 A8.5
Aug 24, 20164778 A9.6
Aug 23, 20163381 A7.7
Aug 22, 20161180 A8.3
Aug 21, 20161277 A9.4
Aug 20, 20163778 A8.6
Aug 19, 20165481 A8.2
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