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Amateur Radio Enthusiasts Celebrate Marconi Day at Museum:

CHILDREN and parents turned out and tuned in to help transform one of Oxford's museums into an amateur radio station. The Museum of the History of Science at Broad Street became a pop-up communications hub for the day on Saturday. Together with the Oxford and District Amateur Radio Society, the museum invited youngsters and their families to celeb... [continue]

Binghamton Amateur Radio Association Celebrates Marconi Day:

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- Over a dozen amateur radio enthusiasts celebrated International Marconi Day, to honor the 144th birthday of Italian engineer Guglielmo Marconi. Marconi pioneered the first amateur radio and experimented with wireless communication in Binghamton. Members of the Binghamton Amateur Radio Association, or BARA, connected with Marcon... [continue]

P.E.I. Ham Radio Operators Celebrate Marconi Day in International Event:

Sitting in the Marconi Museum in Cape Bear, P.E.I., George Dewar fiddles with the knob on his radio, trying to get a clear signal to communicate with people, some of whom are thousands of kilometres away. Dewar and his friend Bernard Cormier are taking part in a 24-hour worldwide event to celebrate the birthday of Guglielmo Marconi, the person who... [continue]

Caister Calling... Radio Hams Enjoy International Marconi Day:

The Norfolk Amateur Radio Club held the International Marconi Day event on Saturday and saw 116 other radio amateurs in 23 countries contacted. Notable contacts were made with stations in Italy, Ireland, Weston-Super-Mare and Poldhu, Cornwall - home of the Marconi Centre from where the inventor made the first transatlantic transmission in 1901. Th... [continue]

IOTA News from OPDX

Weekly IOTA News - compiled by Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW, editor of the Ohio/Penn DX Bulletin

DXCC Country/Entity Report

According to the Amateur Radio Cluster Network for the week of Sunday, 15th April, through Sunday, 22nd April there were 225 countries active

Salado students use ham radio to call astronaut

“NA1SS, this is K5LBJ, over. NA1SS, this is K5LBJ, over,” 12-year-old Morgan Morreale said, and on the fourth “ring,” astronaut Scott Tingle KG5NZA picked up

3B7A Saint Brandon - Thank you everyone

I’m writing these words now the entire team is safe back in Mauritius. Of course our very first priority has been to give news to our family after 2 weeks without any exchange

ARISS contact planned for three schools in Poland

An International Space Station school contact has been planned for Scott Tingle KG5NZA with three schools in Poland The contact should be audible in parts of Europe on the 145.800 MHz FM downlink

G3PSM receives the G2BVN Memorial Trophy

The 2017 Region 1 Conference agreed the award of the Roy Stevens, G2BVN, memorial trophy to Colin Thomas, G3PSM

Warwick students' ham radio space link-up

The ARISS Operations UK Team have released a video of the amateur radio contact between students at King's High School in Warwick and astronaut Ricky Arnold KE5DAU on the ISS

Caister Marconi radio station contacts more than 100 amateurs in 26 countries

Radio hams at Caister Lifeboat in Norfolk managed to contact 116 other radio amateurs in 23 different countries on Saturday 22 nd April 2018 when they took part in the annual International Marconi Day (IMD) event to mark the inventor's birthday

PEI ham radio operators celebrate Marconi Day in international event - Yahoo News Canada (blog)

Yahoo News Canada (blog)PEI ham radio operators celebrate Marconi Day in international eventYahoo News Canada (blog)Sitting in the Marconi Museum in Cape Bear, P.E.I., George Dewar fiddles with the knob on his radio, trying to get a clear signal to communicate with people, some of whom are thousands of kilometres away. Dewar and his friend Bernard ... [continue]