The non-profit Foundation for Amateur Radio (FAR) is now accepting applications for 48 scholarships for the academic year 2009-2010 to assist radio amateurs pursuing higher education. FAR fully funds two of scholarships and administers 46 others without cost on behalf of various club and individual donors. Amateur Radio licensees pursuing a full-time course of study beyond high school and accepted by or enrolled in an accredited university, college or technical school are eligible to apply.
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Addon to UI-Path32: Identifies digis and IGates which have been used to transport data across the APRS Network for specific stations. It then displays this data visually on UI-View32
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Propagation Forecast Bulletin 1 ARLP001 From Tad Cook, K7RA Seattle, WA January 2, 2009 To all radio amateurs
2008 was a year of very low solar activity. Over forty percent of this year's propagation bulletins reported zero sunspots for their respective weeks. The average daily sunspot number for the year was 4.7, and in 2007 it was 12.8.
The yearly averages of daily sunspot numbers for 1999-2008 were 136.3, 173, 170.3, 176.6, 109.2, 68.6, 48.9, 26.1, 12.8 and 4.7.
"2008 was a year of very low solar activity. More than 40 percent of this year's propagation bulletins reported zero sunspots for their respective weeks."
"Till Valberedningen har inkommit ytterligare två förslag till kandidater för posten som SSA:s ordförande, SM0DZB Tore Andersson och SM7LQV Lars-Anders Eriksson. Detta innebär att det blir poströstning."
December 31, 2008
Dear fellow hams,
After 13 years of providing hams with no cost web space, e-mail forwarding and mailing list services through QSL.net and QTH.net, I have decided to retire. All QSL.net and QTH.net servers and Internet connections at my home QTH are being turned down.
Scott KA9FOX has graciously decided to pick up where I left off, and he is in the process of migrating all services to new hardware. See below for an update on the status of the migration.
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.
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.