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Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1930 August 8 2014

Targeted shortwave broadcasting may come end from the United States
ARRL issues an update on the Amateur Radio Parity Act
Ham radio floater balloon completes a trip around the world
Students get introduced to amateur radio in India
Ham radio will again celebrate Hollywood this September

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1929 August 1 2014

The Amateur Radio Parity Act gains several new co-sponsors
The Internet of Things could impact United Kingdom hams
VK hams forced to share the 70 cm band with commercial interests
Hams respond to northern California wildfire
Changes coming to the famed Pennsylvania QSO Party

Radiomuseet i Kälarne återinvigt

Tisdagen den 1 juli återinvigdes Radiomuseet i Kälarne. Tidigare har museet legat i Hammarstrand, men stängdes under några år p.g.a. att lokalen blev vattenskadad och att Ragunda kommun då valde att riva byggnaden.
Plats: Kälarne gamla skola, Södervägen 4, Kälarne Öppet: juli månad (ej måndagar) kl. 12.00 – 16.00.
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California Hams Activate to Support Shelter Communications Following Wildfire

Amateur Radio volunteers in California’s Tuolumne County assisted local emergency managers and the American Red Cross by supporting communication at a shelter in Groveland, set up in the wake of the El Portal Fire in Yosemite National Park. The National Park Service reported that the fire got its start in the community of El Portal on July 26, and evacuations were put into effect for Foresta and Old El Portal. In addition, the Crane flat Campground was evacuated, and Big Oak Flat Road was closed.

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1928 July 25 2014

FEMA and the ARRL announce a new Memorandum of Agreement
IARU Region 2 Executive Committee meets in Connecticut
2 meter channels in the UK being used for the Commonwealth Games
Australian launched ham radio balloon reaches South America
WA1ZMS named to receive the first Triennial Brendan Medal
Last big Collins shortwave transmitter saved from the scrap heap

Team USA Forming for 2014 ARDF World Championships

Every two years, hams from around the world gather to see who is best at on-foot hidden transmitter hunting. USA has been represented at every one of these ARDF World Championships since 1988, and 2014 will be no exception. Team USA is now forming for the 17th World Championships, which will take place in Burabay, Kazakhstan from September 6 - 13. There will be separate events on separate days for each competitor on eighty meters and two meters, each with up to five transmitters scattered in a forest that might encompass 1000 acres or more.

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1922 June 13 2014

FCC announces changes to Amateur Radio licensing and modes
Hams take issue with users of indoor grow lights
A pair of X Class flares erupt on the Sun
Marines learn how to T-hunt from a North Carolina radio club
Dayton announces 2014 Hamvention attendance
Part two of our look at ARIS


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