Craig Thompson, K9CT “Planning Your Contest Station.” Craig will reveal lessons learned from building the K9CT contest station. He takes us through the thought process of finding land, selecting the antennas, and the shack layout.A must for anyone looking to build a contest station or improve their existing station.
Members of the North Fulton Amateur Radio League (NFARL) EduTeam in Fulton County, Georgia, offered students and other members of the public an opport... Read more
Three members of the International Space Station crew, all of them radio amateurs, returned safely to Earth on December 11. The trio, Astronauts Kimiy... Read more
by Gema Bate A BLIND disabled amateur radio ham harassed someone on the airwaves leaving them living in fear. Nigel Hopkins almost had his license rev... Read more
RFinder has worked with the DMR network Brandmeister to create new usability enhancements. The new dashboard just released includes coverage maps gene... Read more
The deadline is June 1 for US radio amateurs to submit suggestions to the ARRL Board of Directors’ HF Band Planning Committee regarding possible chang... Read more
The FCC has imposed a $25,000 fine on William F. Crowell, W6WBJ (ex-N6AYJ), of Diamond Spring, California, for intentionally interfering with the tran... Read more
Photos : K2BSA So far, 219 US stations have registered to take part in Scouting’s 2016 Jamboree on the Air (JOTA), which will take place October 14-16... Read more