The purpose of Kids Day, is an on-air event to encourage young people (licensed or not) to have fun with Amateur Radio. It is designed to give on-the-air experience to youngsters and hopefully foster interest in getting a license of their own.
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This week's bulletin was made possible with information provided by NC1L, W2EN, the OPDX Bulletin, DXNL, 425 DX News, The Daily DX, Contest Corral from QST and the ARRL Contest Calendar and WA7BNM web sites. Thanks to all.
TUNISIA, 3V. Members of the Provins ARC will be QRV as TS7C from Kerkennah Island, IOTA AF-073, from January 8 to 19. Activity will be on all HF bands using CW, SSB, RTTY, FM, SSTV and PSK with six or seven stations. QSL via F4EGD.
Cape Girardeau County emergency management director Dick Knaup and three volunteers took advantage of Tuesday's good weather to replace a radio antenna ruined during February's ice storm.
"Now is your chance to meet and greet other RTTY operators from all over the world.
-- No hours, No rules, No score, No pressure, No quota, No log needed. --
- Any band*, Any contact, Any time, Any power, Any equipment, Any antenna -
Members of the DXXE (Mexican Contest and DX group) are now active celebrating their 4th anniversary by using the special callsign 4A1DXXE until January 6th.
Activity is on 160-6 meters using CW, SSB and RTTY.
It's well known that the bigger and higher the antenna, the better results you'll get.
The new 3-element 160m antenna at OH8X must be about as big as you can get. Look out for a strong signal from them during 2009.
The new antenna for the 160m Amateur Radio band was completed just in time for Christmas on 24th December after OH8SR and OH6RM had spent three weeks installing it.
The Arcala Extremes station OH8X is located at Arkala
While watching the lighted ball slowly drop down the pole high above Times Square, counting the last of 2008 away "Ten, nine, eight...!" do you ever ponder the nature of time? Why does that last second matter more than others? Why is a second as long as it is? Here's a quiz you'll want to complete instantly, so start without delay!
A new resource has been created for all amateur radio clubs in Australia; The Australian Amateur Radio News and Information Exchange (AARNIE).
AARNIE is a newsgroup for Australian Amateur Radio Clubs to post their club newsletters and events.