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DX News from the ARRL

27 February, 2015

This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by HA0HW, OPDX Bulletin, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, DXNL, Contest Corral from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and WA7BNM web sites. Thanks to all.

TANZANIA, 5H. Stefan, IK6JRI is QRV as 5H1JRI from Zanzibar Island, IOTA AF-032, until March 5. Activity is on 40 to 10 meters, and possibly 80 meters using SSB. QSL via IK7JWX.

Radio och flyg. Onsdag den 4 mars i Jordbro

Radio och flyg. Onsdag den 4 mars i Jordbro

Vi får besök av Stig SM0BKZ som berättar om flyg och amatörradio.

Han har varit pilot i flygvapnet och flugit de flesta stridsflygplanen.

Obs. platsen är Kvarnbäcksskolan, Mostensvägen 4, Jordbro.

Mötet börjar kl 19,30 och fika finns från kl 19.00

Vägbeskrivning hittar du på här


Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1953 February 20 2015

The IARU R-1 Exec Committee discusses issues affecting the future of ham radio
ARRL tells a broadband company to use caution experimenting on the HF bands
Canadan government gives club grant to expand its emergency repeater network
Malta gives its ham community access to 4 meter band
K1N operation comes to an end: which DXpedition moves up on the “Most Wanted” list?
Hamvention week AuxComm course registration now open

Amateur Radio Roundtable

Don't forget Amateur Radio Roundtable, a new series of live weekly webcasts airs every Tuesday night at 8:00 PM Central Time (0200 UTC Wednesdays) at W5KUB.COM

Amateur Radio Roundtable is an informal discussion of all aspects of ham radio with the intent of allowing viewers to watch this live webcast or be a guest via Skype or Google Hangout. A question and answer session with viewers will follow each topic.

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1951 February 6 2015

Radio Shack Inc. files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
The K-One-N, Nevassa Island DXpedition takes to the airwaves
The ARRL makes public its legislative agenda for 2015
The Raspberry Pi Foundation announces its latest system on a chip
A popular ham radio-based radio program of the 1990's is coming back via an Internet archive.

Alexanderson Alternator Station SAQ to Transmit on World Radio Day, Febuary 13

The World Heritage Grimeton Radio SAQ in Sweden plans to fire up its Alexanderson alternator on 17.2 kHz on the occasion of UNESCO World Radio Day, Friday, February 13. The station will begin tuning at 1430 UTC, and a message will be transmitted at 1500 UTC.

A message with a theme of “peace” has been put together by more than 200 citizens of Varberg, Sweden, via the “Varberg Calling for Peace” project.

SAQ Grimeton sänder under Världsradiodagen fredag 13 februari

Under Världsradiodagen, fredagen den 13 februari 2015 planeras en sändning på frekvensen 17,2 kHz från SAQ, långvågssändaren i Grimeton. Avstämning påbörjas klockan 14:30 UTC och ett meddelande kommer att sändas klockan 15:00 UTC.


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