The October issue of CQ is our annual Emergency Communications Special, with a special focus this time on the versatility that amateur radio can provide as part of a larger emergency preparedness effort. We also have a “Morse Code Three-Pack” for our CW aficionados (as well as radio history buffs).
Feature stories include:
* Three Events, Five Cities, One Week
* EYEWARN: A Visual Situation Reporting Network
* Putting the “HAMster” to Work for EmComm and More
* DXCC’s Odd Couple
* Morse Code Three-Pack
* FCC Proposal: Let HF Data Go Wideband
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The US Senate today confirmed ARRL member David Trachtenberg, N4WWL, of Burke, Virginia, as the next Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for P... Read more
Photo:VO1NA Amateur Radio’s two newest bands came to life on Friday the 13th. Both 630 meters (472-479 kHz) and 2200 meters (135.7-137.8 kHz) bands no... Read more
The North Bay Amateur Radio Association’s (NBARA) Gary Gross, KE6QR, recruited Amateur Radio volunteers on October 13 to support the shelters housing... Read more
E-mails have gone out to an undetermined number of US radio amateurs from theUtilities Technology Council (UTC), approving the stations’ intention to... Read more
An unknown station transmitted “Freedom for Catalonia” in a CW loop on September 26 (1710 UTC) at 14.001 MHz, the International Amateur Radio Union Re... Read more
“Despite a spotless Sun, solar activity picks up this week with some fast wind that has bumped us up to storm levels. Catch up on aurora shots f... Read more
NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) has issued a strong (G3) geomagnetic storm watch for September 7 through September 9. The SWPC said the... Read more
The geomagnetic storm watch for the 6 and 7 September, 2017 UTC-days has been upgraded to G3 (Strong). The G3 Watch is in anticipation of the expected... Read more