Latest Amateur Radio News from around the world as compiled by the Southgate Amateur Radio Club web site.
Dick Norton N6AA, the ARRL SW Division Director, is at the center of the dust-up (Firestorm?) at the ARRL Board of Directors. He's the director who was censured in a special Board Meeting last fall for what the Board said were inappropriate comments at the Visalia DX convention the previous spring
What criteria do you have for your ideal shack? From time-to-time people move and their shack tends to move with them. For me that move is happening right now, I'm moving all of 900m up the road, a long story in itself, but perhaps best told over a camp fire far from civilisation
The Bradley Scout reports on a thriving university amateur radio club
Average daily sunspot number dropped from 24 during the previous seven days, to 5.6 in the current reporting week, February 15-21. That average is so low because no sunspots have been seen since February 17, and no new sunspot regions were observed since February 4.
The first Radio Shack store came into existence in Boston in 1921. It was established by Theodore and Milton Deutschmann as a retail outlet for amateur or ham radio enthusiasts
The chair of the International Amateur Radio Union Region 3 Disaster Communications Committee, Jim Linton, VK3PC, of Forest Hill, Victoria, Australia, died on February 22 of thyroid cancer
The Independent Enterprise reports Payette, Idaho’s amateur radio operators need no longer fear for their hobby’s local future
The following ISWL club callsigns will be used throughout the month of March 2018
Yesterday morning (22 Feb) in Lofoten, Norway, a magnetic observatory picked up unusually pure low-frequency waves rippling around the Arctic Circle
Dan Romanchik KB6NU is publishing chapters from his No Nonsense Technician Class License Study Guide on his blog
Ofcom has today published a package of measures to further increase investment in ‘full-fibre’ broadband networks
The American Radio Relay League's round-up of the forthcoming week's DX activity on the amateur radio bands