A CME IS COMING: Huge sunspot AR2665 exploded on July 14th and hurled a bright coronal mass ejection (CME) into space. The expanding cloud will likely reach Earth on July 16th, sparking geomagnetic storms and high-latitude auroras. Stay tuned for improved predictions as NOAA analysts model the trajectory of the incoming CME.
On Friday 25 May, ICASA published the National Radio Frequency Plan 2018 in which amateur radio was allocated 100 kHz on a shared basis in the 60-metre band as well as channel 5 290 kHz for the 5 MHz propagation research project. The Nation... Read more
“Recently, the old VHF Ericsson handheld used for the digipeater on the ISS died and it was replaced with an equivalent UHF one. This is my first time digipeating through it. I also tried to make my first contact through it. I success... Read more
CHA P-LOOP 2.07.0-29.7 MHz The CHA P-LOOP 2.0 was designed with portability, ease of use simplicity, ruggedness and high performance in mind. Unlike any other similar antennas on the market, the CHA P-LOOP 2.0 is made with premium ma... Read more