Andre Botes, ZS2ACP, in Port Elizabeth worked Willem Badenhorst, ZS6WAB, at Polokwane on 40,682 MHz FSK441 via meteor scatter on 6 August 2015. This is a distance of 1 184 km that is a new South African Radio League record as well as a world record. Ian Roberts, ZS6BTE, and Willem, ZS6WAB set up the first-ever record on this band, over a Tropo distance of around 300 km.
Earlier this year, following a challenge that resulted in the realignment of several club scores in the ARRL 10 Meter Contest, it became clear that th... Read more
“Faith Hannah and Hope (AE4FH and KM4IPF, respectively) wanted to make a video about getting ready for the approach of Hurricane Matthew. They r... Read more
TS Erika Storm WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – JUPITER, Fla– While there are still many unknowns with Tropical Storm Erika, we do know the storm h... Read more
“The DXer and the Technician” – 22 minutes (UHD 4K resolution) – English version This true story is about two amateur radio operators who have been fr... Read more
In an effort to make the Northern Territories less rare in ARRL November Sweepstakes and other events for which it counts as a multiplier, a gr... Read more
Sacramento Valley ARES Section Emergency Coordinator Greg Kruckewitt, KG6SJT, reports that Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES®) volunteers are read... Read more