In this edition . . .; Agenda for WRC-11 Poses Opportunities and Challenges for Hams; ARRL Seeks Nominations for Annual Awards; ARRL Audio News ID--Satellite Update--BREAK; Application Deadline Approaching for ARRL Teachers Institute on Wireless Technology; Hams to Activate Midway Atoll as K4M in October 2009; GAREC-2009: Emergency Communications Across Borders; ARRL Audio N
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AMSAT Board Member, Gould Smith, WA4SXM tells of AMSAT's plans at the 2009 Dayton Hamvention which will be held this year on 15-17 May 2009
DX Bulletin 10 ARLD010 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT March 12, 2009 To all radio amateurs
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UGANDA, 5X. Nick, G3RWF is QRV as 5X1NH for two months. He is active generally on 80 and 40 meters during his early mornings and evenings using mostly CW. If propagation permits, he may be active using SSB, RTTY and PSK31 as well. QSL to home call.
"Earlier this year, US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) announced that they would open Midway Atoll to Amateur Radio operations for two weeks only, from October 5-19, 2009."
Considered to be one of the more gentlemany contests that has been in existence since the mid-1930's, the RSGB Commonwealth Contest takes place 14 and 15 March 2009, All Bands - CW Only
In this edition . . .; FCC Special Counsel Laura Smith Visits ARRL HQ; FCC Has Done "Literally Nothing" to Comply with Court Ruling; ARRL Audio News ID--Satellite Update--BREAK:; Julius Genachowski Nominated as Next FCC Chairman; April QST on the Way to Your Mailbox; ARRL Soliciting Nominations for 2008 Hiram Percy Maxim Award; ARRL Audio News
A committee at Russia's space training center, Star City, announced the line up for the crew of the 19th Expedition to the International Space Station (ISS), a RIA Novosti correspondent said on Thursday.
This year World Amateur Radio Day on 18 April will focus on the hobby that empowers people and supports communities by providing emergency communication and general communication for special sporting and community events