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Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1944 November 14 2014

FCC reverses revokes the amateur license of a convicted sex offender
ARRL asks FCC to continue issuing paper amateur license documents
Permanent access to 60 meters moves a bit closer for hams in Argentina
4M Lunar fly-by transponder goes QRT
More non-ham intruders hit the amateur radio bands
Radio helps capture first light that gives a look back in time

http://www.arnewsline.org/storage/audio/nsln1944.mp3

GlobalSET tests our emergency communications

On Sunday November the 23rd, those trained and prepared for disaster when it strikes will be on air for a special training exercise.

IARU Region 1 invites all IARU member societies and Emergency Communications Groups, to participate in its latest Global Simulated Emergency Test.

http://www.southgatearc.org/news/2014/november/globalset_tests_our_emerg...

Astronautbesök och amatörradio på teknikdag i Växjö centrum

Allra mest intresse tilldrog sig ett kemiexperiment som innehöll uppskjutning at kolsyreraketer. Detta experiment hanterades av vår ende astronaut, Christer Fuglesang (SA0AFS), som en uppstart av en astronautkonferens som ska anordnas i Växjö nästa år.
http://www.ssa.se/astronautbesok-och-amatorradio-pa-teknikdag-i-vaxjo-ce...

Sven, SM5OIR, har gått ur tiden

Sven var en av våra mer aktiva radioveteraner. Han både hördes på radion i enskilda QSO-n, Ringar och Bulletiner och syntes på loppisar och vid andra radioträffar. Var man osäker på vem han var så bar han alltid sin keps med anropssignalen på.

Sven kommer att begravas den 27/11 kl 11.00 i Yttergrans kyrka.

Det har blivit så tyst; vi saknar dig Sven.

RIP

IARUMS reports Russian taxis on 10m

The IARU Monitoring System reports on the interference caused by radars and Russian taxis operating in the amateur radio 28 MHz band

The International Amateur Radio Union Monitoring System (IARUMS) Region 1 August 2014 newsletter can be read at
http://www.iarums-r1.org/iarums/news2014/news1410.pdf

Reports of Amateur Band intruders can be logged on the IARU Region 1 Monitoring System Logger at
http://peditio.net/intruder/bluechat.cgi

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1943 November 7 2014

China carried 4M ham radio Moon fly-by returns
The latest on sunspot activity and links to videos
Australian hams to keep access to the 3.5 Gigahertz band
Modernized Loran returns to United Kingdom shipping ports
ARISS now accepting proposals for school contacts in 2015
BBC announces the Genome Project for cataloging its own past

http://www.arnewsline.org/storage/audio/nsln1943.mp3

Chelmsford Calling World Service

Jim Salmon 2E0RMI has announced that Chelmsford Calling will be relayed on shortwave by broadcaster WRMI - Radio Miami International

The first shortwave relay will take place on Friday, November 14 at 2300 UT on 9955 kHz. WRMI is a commercial international shortwave radio station with studios in Miami, Florida and transmitters in Okeechobee, Florida, broadcasting to listeners worldwide. WRMI also reaches parts of the world by means of relay facilities and worldwide by Internet streaming.

South African 5 MHz Research Project Sees Unexpected Results

A 5 MHz propagation research project in South Africa has encountered some unexpected results regarding near-vertical incidence skywave (NVIS) propagation on that band. The project is a joint venture between the South African Radio League (SARL) and the Kempton Park Amateur Radio Technical Society, where one 5 MHz beacon has been installed. An interesting, but tentative, finding was inconsistent NVIS propagation test results. NVIS takes advantage of skywave propagation for short-distance communication, especially on the lower end of the HF spectrum.

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