To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Apollo-Soyuz mission, the Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) team will transmit a series of 12 Slow Scan Television (SSTV) images. The SSTV transmissions 145.80 MHz will begin on the morning of Saturday, July 18, and continue through Sunday July 19, subject to change. Apollo-Soyuz represented the first joint US-USSR mission, and it set the stage for later US-Russia collaboration on the space shuttle, Mir Space Station, and the International Space Station.
SIARHEI SHVIADKO FROM BELARUS SET NEW WORLD RECORD IN RECEIVING MIXED TEXT – MALES. NEW RECORD IS 250 CPM 12TH IARU HST WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RESUL... Read more
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“I plan to be on the air from Spiekeroog Island (IOTA EU-047) again, this year from August 2-14. This time I will also activate the National Par... Read more
Koh JA4BXL, Kad JA4BDY and Tom JA4BVU will be active from Palau, IOTA OC-009, 30 October to 2 November 2015 respectively as T88ZE, T88KK and T88SH. QS... Read more
World Amateur Radio Day (WARD) on Tuesday, April 18, will mark the 92nd anniversary of the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU), and radio amateur... Read more
Yagi in a bag’: Portable 3 element 6 band Beam for 20, 15, 17, 12, 10 and 6m. Installed YP-3 AntenneZoom The YP-3 is a portable yagi for operati... Read more