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28 February 2021

Latest Amateur Radio News from around the world
  • Foundations of Amateur Radio
    Amateur radio lives and dies with the ionosphere. It's drilled into you when you get your license, it's talked about endlessly, the sun impacts on it, life is bad when the solar cycle is low and great when it's not
  • ACMA licence consultation: WIA Poll
    In last weeks broadcast, I spoke about the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) having recently issued a consultation document which details 3 licensing options concerning the future of Amateur Radio in Australia. The ACMAs preferred option is to transition to a Class Licence instead of the current apparatus licence this option effectively deregulates the radio amateur service
  • TV show looks at disappearance of radio ham
    On Monday, March 1, at 9pm AEDT (1000 GMT) the Channel 9 TV show Under Investigation covers the unexplained disappearance of both radio amateur Russell Hill VK3VZP and a friend missing since March 20, 2020
  • How to Grow Ham Radio - video part 1
    Tom (WA9TDD) interviews communication expert Quin (K8QS) about how we can grow Amateur Radio
  • MacLoggerDX Version 6.32 released
    Dog Park Software is pleased to announce that version 6.32 of MacLoggerDX has been released
  • Free online Amateur Radio training course starts soon
    The next free amateur radio Foundation Online training course run by volunteers from Essex Ham starts on March 7 - Register Now
  • VK6WIA NewsWest
    NewsWest for Sunday 28th February is the Club Focus edition, and we have several items from Clubs for you today
  • ARISS contact is scheduled with students at Newcastle High School, Newcastle, Wyoming, USA
    This will be a Multipoint Telebridge Contact via Amateur Radio between the ISS and students from Newcastle High School. Students will take turns asking their questions of ISS astronaut Mike Hopkins, amateur radio call sign KF5LJG, during the ARISS radio contact. The downlink frequency for this contact is 145.800 MHz. Since the first ARISS contact on December 21, 2000, this will be the first ARISS-sponsored contact to a Wyoming school
  • VERON PACCdigi contest
    We would like to invite you to take part in the first Dutch PACCdigi contest
  • Propagation Report from Hannes Coetzee, ZS6BZP
    Hannes Coetzee, ZS6BZP, reports that the solar activity is expected to be at low levels. There is one sunspot region visible and minor C-class solar flaring is possible

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