Amateur Radio News

Daily amateur radio news collected by differente web sources. Many famous ham radio rss feeds are included

SARL membership invoices

The membership fees for Ordinary and Overseas members have changed from R498 to R500. All the other classes of membership have remained the same as last year

The Propagation Horoscope

A steep increase of active regions on both hemispheres with over 170 spots on the Earth-facing side of the Sun has raised the Solar flux to over 160 units, the Solar wind is currently at around 450km/s

SEARG meeting

Sean, EI2HZB, the Public Relations Officer of SEARG writes that the May meeting of the South Eastern Amateur Radio Group EI2WRC will take place on Monday, the 30th of May 2022

Boone County ham radio ops to connect with operators across north America

Ham radio operators from the Central Missouri Radio Association will participate in ARRL Field Day June 25 and 26, a national amateur radio exercise

Space Telecoms

Two military satellites recently exchanged more than 200 gigabits of data over a distance of about 100 kilometers using laser communication in space

Fox hunting event

All you must bring along is your family, friends, food, drinks and utensils and oh yes, a handy talkie and antenna if you will participate in the rescue of Fred and Fiona, our two radio foxes who we understand from their last garbled cell phone contact have gotten themselves horribly lost in the park and need rescuing

Kids are hams too

The Xenia Daily Gazette reports ham radio has no boundaries as there are operators all over the world, there are also no age parameters just ask 10-year-old Riley Lorang

Register now for free Foundation Online amateur radio training course

The next free amateur radio Foundation Online training course run by volunteers from Essex Ham starts on June 5 - places still available. Register Now

QTC ham radio magazine available as free PDF

The May edition of the Radio Amateur Society of Australia magazine QTC is now available as a free PDF

Bilsdale TV transmitter fire caused by water in electrics

BBC News report that a fire which destroyed a TV and radio transmitter was caused by water getting into electrics at the site, an investigation has found

ICQPodcast - on the cusp of a scientific revolution?

In this episode, Martin Butler M1MRB is joined by Frank Howell K4FMH, Edmund Spicer M0MNG and Ed Durrant DD5LP to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. Colin (M6BOY) rounds up the news in brief and in the episode's feature On the Cusp of a Scientific Revolution?

International CQ Pride contest

CQ Pride, a contest celebrating diversity in amateur radio, is right around the corner

The Sandton Tech Talk

Thursday 26 May is time for the Sandton Tech Talk. If you are interested in what is really going on overhead, then do not miss this Talk

Enabling the deployment of newer mobile technologies including 5G

Ofcom is consulting on proposed changes to certain spectrum licences held by Vodafone and Telefónica, which would allow them to deploy new technologies, including 5G

Florida broadcasts Ukraine war news on shortwave

CBS News reports a farm in central Florida has become one of the largest shortwave radio operations in the world