ARRL News

  • Young operators at school clubs across the country will take to the air for the “Winter/Spring Term” School Club Roundup, which gets under way Monday, February 8 at 1300 UTC, and continues through Friday, February 12, at 2359 UTC.Because of changes in rules for the event, operators should ensure that their logging software is up to date: Contacts on digital modes such as RTTY and PSK31 now coun...

  • [UPDATED 2016-02-07 1445 UTC] The South Georgia Island VP8SGI DXpedition has been cut short by bad weather. “VP8SGI Team back on Braveheart. Big storm right now. Everyone is OK. More news later,” was the word earlier today from VP8STI/VP8SGI Chief Pilot Toni Gonazlez, EA5RM.  VP8SGI and VP8SGI/mm were still being spotted or heard on 30, 20, and 10 meter CW after the announced shutdown, but thos...

  • Over the recent reporting week (January 28 through February 3) both sunspot and solar flux averages were down a negligible amount, and geomagnetic numbers were down substantially, compared to the previous seven days.Average daily sunspot numbers declined from 57.3 to 50.6, while average daily solar flux values went from 106 to 105.4. Average daily planetary A index softened from 11.6 to 7.3, wh...

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  • On Thursday 11 February 2016, at approximately 18:11 UTC, an ARISS contact is planned for Royal Masonic School for Girls, Rickmansworth, United Kingdom

  • In edition 241 of Ham Radio Now Gary Pearce KN4AQ talks to Larry Scantlan KEØKZ about legislation in Missouri to support amateur radio

  • Last night they had a big storm and VP8SGI members went back to Braveheart for security reasons

  • CQ Magazine's annual DX Marathon contest is proud to announce the addition of two new Plaques

  • In this episode, Martin M1MRB / W9ICQ is joined by Leslie Butterfield G0CIB, Edmund Spicer M0MNG, Matthew Nassau M0NJX, Andy Mace 2E0IBF and Chris Howard M0TCH to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. This episodes feature is an interview with Ham Radio Author Don Keith N4KC

  • Essex Ham report the Canvey Rally was, as always, a very busy day, with early estimates indicating 500 people through the door, and long queues of eager amateurs waiting to get in when the doors opened at 10:30am

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