This is the true story about two amateur radio operators who have been friends for over 35 years
According to the Amateur Radio Cluster Network for the week of Sunday, 12th March, through Sunday, 19th March there were 233 countries active
Wireless Institute of Australia observers looking for intruders on the ‘Primary’ frequencies of the Amateur Service on high frequency bands in 2016 found more than 5,000 intrusions - FIVE THOUSAND !
The work entailed in unravelling and properly reporting on the South African Radio League finances from the past few years has proven to be a much bigger task than at first anticipated
The Republic of Korea Air Force Academy has applied to the IARU for coordination of its K2SAT satellite frequencies
Recently, following a concern raised by the South African Radio League at the SABS TC73 meeting, it was agreed that the question of the increasing level of the RF noise floor should be included in the Strategic Business Plan of the technical committee and added to the work schedule of Working Group 6
The Rotorua Branch (33) of NZART invites NZART members and their partners to join us for a weekend in Rotorua. Come and visit New Zealand's Coolest Hotspot
Researchers have long known that air travelers are exposed to cosmic rays on board commercial aircraft. Indeed, pilots are classified as 'occupational radiation workers.'
Bletchley Park is a place of exceptional historical importance. It remains highly relevant to our lives today and for the future. It is the home of British codebreaking and a birthplace of modern information technology
A hole has opened in the sun's atmosphere and it is spewing a stream of solar wind toward Earth
In this week's edition of NewsWest we have information of Amateur Radio activities including World Amateur Radio Day, the Jakarta DX Contest and an update from Ham College.
There is our regular diary of the weeks meetings
Distracted driving regulations continue to be an area of interest for many Canadian Radio Amateurs. These regulations are made and enforced by Provincial governments and can vary considerably from province to province and over time
Skills Night takes place 7pm Monday, March 20 at the Danbury Village Hall in Essex. This free event is open to all
Now, there’s definitely something worth watching on telly!
Eddie Leighton, ZS6BNE, has announced that on April 1st 2017, from 00:00 UTC to 23:59 UTC, the next international ham radio RaDAR Challenge will take place. This challenge is different to any other in the world
Peter repairs a Laptop Screen, Emile builds a Cheap Beacon, George continues the 433 MHz Saga, and special guest John Ossi, N3DRH has part 2 of 2 on Karl Jansky, the Father of Radio Astronomy
GB2RS News for 19th March 2017 is read by Mike Marsh, G1IAR
The TX Factor have produced a video that logically goes through the step by step process of remote controlling an Icom Amateur radio, more specifically in this case, the IC-7300 using the RS-BA1 remote control software
New Dutch amateur radio regulations highlight the possibility of future restriction in the 23 cm band due to the Galileo GPS system which operates across 1260-1300 MHz
What does a resistor have to do with a stick?
Commonly the size of a grain of rice with pretty colours, a resistor is a regular item in many electrical devices