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Canadian time/frequency standard station CHU

Canadian time/frequency standard station CHU -- a fixture for decades on 7335 kHz -- will change frequency to 7850 kHz at 0000 UTC on January 1, 2009. The move comes as a result of the International Telecommunication Union's decision in 2007 to expand the 40-meter ham band in Europe and Africa (Region I) to 7000-7200 kHz. It was previously 7000-7100 kHz, with -- as every 40-meter DXer knows -- international broadcasting allocated from 7100-7300 kHz.

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR HAM RADIO OPPERATORS TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITY

The clubs and members of the ARRL have been asked by the FCC to aid in education efforts regarding the transition to digital television broadcasting and information on installing converters where they are
needed.

http://hamslife.com/?p=110

Vad gör man på 15 minuter?

En "vanlig" tisdag med NAC (månadstest) i går på 70 cm.

Vi har i FRO en tid talat om en come-back på månadstesten. För några år sedan var vår aktivitet stor på det här området och jag vill minnas att det var 12-14 medlemmar som regelbundet var aktiva i radiotävlandet.

Alltså: omstart!

Ambitionen att komma i gång i går igen risksattes av kvällsmöte och med facit i handen var det 15 min kvar av tävlingstiden (som slutade kl 23.00) då jag efter välförrättat värv återkom till hemmets lugna vrå.

ARRL 10 Meter Contest Means HF Fun for Technicians, Too!

This weekend brings an opportunity for Technician licensees to exercise their HF privileges and have fun at the same time. The ARRL 10 Meter Contest is set to begin at 0000 UTC on Saturday December 13 (this is Friday evening in the US) and runs through 2359 UTC on Sunday, December 14.

http://www.arrl.org/news/stories/2008/12/08/10495/

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