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International Girls in Information and Telecommunication Technologies Day is April 26

04/18/2018 “Girls Can Do ICT!” is the theme of International Girls in Information and Telecommunication Technologies (ICT) Day on April 26. An initiative of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), International Girls in ICT Day aims to “create a global environment that empowers and encourages girls and young women to consider careers in the growing ICT…

Missouri Commercial Tower Collapses

W0PV Ham Member QRZ Page Although not directly amateur radio related, I am posting info on this tragic event as an alert for caution as the busy season for Ham tower activity arrives. Various media reports indicated the tower company employed was from Oregon. The name of the one deceased worker (so far) does not…

“Horizons” is Next Mission for Astronaut Alexander Gerst, KF5ONO

On The Air Special Event Stations, DXCC Program, W100AW W1AW QSLs via Bureau, Amateur Code, Contests, Operating Resources, QSL Service, Centennial QSO Party, NPOTA, Logbook of the World, Awards, W1AW, International Grid Chase 2018, Operating Specialties Licensing, Education Training FCC License Info and Forms, Volunteer Instructors/Mentors, Courses Training, Getting Licensed, Volunteer Examiners, What is Ham…

Clare HAM Radio Enthusiasts Promote The Wild Atlantic Way – Clare FM

The Wild Atlantic Way is being promoted overseas through a unique initiative involving HAM radio enthusiasts across Clare. The project, which is funded by Clare Tourism and Clare County Council’s Community Tourism Department, involves HAM radio operators exchanging postcards depicting scenes of Clare locations along the Wild Atlantic Way with other overseas operators whom they…

Repurpose Frequency Selective Levelmeters for Ham Radio – Radio World

Frequency selective levelmeters, also known as frequency selective voltmeters, are commercially-built receivers used in the power utility industry for maintenance and troubleshooting. They have been on the scene for decades and were manufactured by venerable firms including Cushman, Lear Siegler, Rycom, Philco, EIP, Hewlett-Packard, Wandel Golterman, Anritsu, etc. With the passage of time and the…

Radio amateur interviewed on BBC

James Patterson, M1DST—a member of Swindon and District ARC—was interviewed recently on BBC Wiltshire about amateur radio. He discussed whether it still has a place now we have modern technology and the internet. James produced an edited version of his interview which he posted on his website and gave a presentation M1N-the-Middle, A Flexible Hardware…

RSGB 2018 Convention booking now

Bookings for the RSGB 2018 Convention are now open. The event takes place from 12 to 14 October 2018 and there will be topics to cater for all tastes and at all levels across five lecture streams. The event also includes a buildathon, a construction competition and an opportunity to visit the National Radio Centre…

Learning on 2m FM

Foundations of Amateur Radio Learning on 2m FM Last week during F-troop something very interesting happened. If you’re not familiar with F-troop, it’s a weekly net for new and returning amateurs and every Saturday we welcome callers to the one hour net to discuss anything and everything amateur radio. It’s been going for about seven…

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