Latest Amateur Radio News from around the world as compiled by the Southgate Amateur Radio Club web site.
Five new ARRL Section Managers have been declared elected to begin their first terms of office on July 1
China's Amateur Radio Satellite organization, CAMSAT, has released some details of three new Amateur Radio satellites that could be launched as early as September. Two of the satellites, CAS-5A and CAS-6, will carry transponders, and one of them will have HF capability
Another good week with Monday being top day. Most sought after DX was Z64EEF, Z68AA, Z61KR all from Kosovo plus others including EA9KB (Ceuta and Melilla).
ARRL has released a 'white paper' that provides some context to explain proposed alterations to the Articles Of Association and By Laws that the Executive Committee (EC) of the Board of Directors recommended for full Board passage at its April 21 meeting
The DKARS (Dutch Kingdom Amateur Radio Society) issues its own free PDF Magazine once every month
WPRI TV reports the EQUiSat satellite built by students at Brown University in Rhode Island has been launched to the International Space Station
The Xenia Gazette reports young people were taught how to solder and built their own technology kits at Hamvention
Bryan Rawlings, VE3QN, RAC Special Advisor, is in Geneva, Switzerland attending the latest Preparatory Meetings for the 2019 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-19)
The Daily Sun reports on Harold Lloyd W4OE who serves as a volunteer amateur radio operator with Sumter County Emergency Management
ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst, KF5ONO, will be launched into space on 6 June at 11:12 GMT (13:12 CEST) alongside Roscosmos commander Sergei Prokopyev and NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor
I'm SWL since 1971 and since 1988 listening to the Magic band and since the last year also decoding the digital modes (JT65 and FT8). But I prefer USB and CW
Bob Colyard who created and maintained the dxworld.com website has passed away
It's time to submit nominations for the upcoming AMSAT-NA Board of Directors election. Three directors' terms expire this year: those of Tom Clark, K3IO; Mark Hammond, N8MH; and Bruce Paige, KK5DO