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AMSAT-NA - Mar 26, 2023
In this edition: * AMSAT at Dayton Hamvention – Call for Volunteers * The January/February AMSAT Journal is Available * The Secrets of Rocket Design Revealed * Austria Restricts 23cm Band Operation * Changes to AMSAT-NA TLE Distribution for Mar...
RSGB - Mar 24, 2023
If you are an RSGB Member, don’t forget to vote for the two candidates that you would like to see as Board Directors for the next two years. You can find out more about each of them on the RSGB website at There is a link at...
ARRL - Mar 24, 2023
Sunspot numbers were lower again this week, with the averagedeclining from 143.6 two weeks ago to 118.7 last week and now 68this week. Average daily solar flux sank 8 points from 153.6 lastweek to 145.6.Six new sunspot groups emerged over the week, o...
RSGB - Mar 23, 2023
As part of our Coronation celebration activities, Ofcom approved R as the optional Coronation regional secondary locator prefix for all radio amateurs to use during May and June 2023. You will need to apply for a Notice of Variation—or NoV—and th...
ARRL - Mar 22, 2023
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has released a final version (March 2023) of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Functional Guidance. The guidance, which provides a framework f...
ARRL - Mar 22, 2023
Update: Wedneday, March 22, 2023 @ 12:41 PM Eastern Time:Telephone service was quickly restored at ARRL Headquarters. Incoming and outgoing phone calls are working. Thank you for your understanding.Wedneday, March 22, 2023 @ 10:00 AM Eastern Time:ARR...
ARRL - Mar 22, 2023
Wedneday, March 22, 2023 @ 10:00 AM Eastern Time:ARRL Headquarters is currently experiencing a telephone outage. Incoming and outgoing phone calls have been disrupted. We are currently working with our provider to correct the issue.Members and prosp...
AMSAT-UK - Mar 19, 2023
Austria has become the latest country to impose restrictions on Amateur Radio operation in the 23 cm band (1240-1300 MHz) to protect to protect ground-based receivers for the Galileo RNSS satellite constellation. Austria’s national amateur radi...
AMSAT-NA - Mar 19, 2023
In this edition: * AMSAT at Dayton Hamvention – Call for Volunteers * Alan Johnston To Present at QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo * IARU Coordinates Two New Satellites * AMSAT 2021 Annual Report Available * AMSAT Recognized for Educational Support *...
ARRL - Mar 17, 2023
Six new sunspot groups emerged over the past week, two on March 9,another on March 10, one more on March 12, and another two on March14.Sunspot numbers and solar flux declined this week.Average daily sunspot numbers softened from 143.6 to 118.7, anda...
ARRL - Mar 17, 2023
Tornado season is fast approaching, and amateur radio operators will again play a key role in helping the National Weather Service (NWS) issue accurate and timely warnings. In fact, March through May is considered the most active period for tornadoes...
ARRL - Mar 16, 2023
Ron Cramer, KD8ENJ, of Dayton, Ohio, passed away on Saturday, March 11, 2023. He was Vice President of the Dayton Amateur Radio Association (DARA) and previously served as its President.Cramer was General Chairman of Dayton Hamvention®, the world's ...
RSGB - Mar 16, 2023
As we continue to expand the use of our new membership and management systems, we will make greater use of electronic communications to advise members of important changes to their fees, benefits and offers, as well as to send notifications for impor...
RSGB - Mar 16, 2023
JW0X and JW100QO: Svalbard DXpedition To read this edition, tap or click cover image News and reports Around Your Region – Club events calendar 76 Around Your Region – Events roundup 80 New products 14 News 12 RSGB 2022 Committee Reports 40 RSGB ...

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