The World Radio Conference 2015 concluded with a little 15 kHz Amateur Radio allocation at 60 meters (the 5 channels we’ve been enjoying are not recognized internationally), but with a far lower power limit – 15 watts EIRP… more like 10 watts to a dipole – than our current 100 watts.
Ham College 43 – General Amateur Radio Exam part 14. Emergency Communications, Skywave propagation, and Yagi antennas.
Ham College episode 43 is now available General Amateur Radio Exam part 14. Emergency Communications, Skywaves, Yagi Antennas Read more
“In this video I want to show you the 40M band UltraLight Magnetic Loop Antenna, how to setup it and testing in the real QRP conditions. During... Read more
The VHF handheld transceiver that the Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) program has used to connect students worldwide with ast... Read more
Virginia Air & Space Center (VASC) Executive Director and CEO Robert Griesmer has advised that the Center’s amateur radio station exhibit will be... Read more
The second public test of FT8 DXpedition Mode will take place on April 7, and all radio amateurs are invited to participate. WSJT-X Developer Joe Tayl... Read more
The Board of Directors of The Yasme Foundation has approved a supporting grant of $4,000 to Club Log and Club Log Author Michael Wells, G7VJR. The gra... Read more
ARRL is now accepting applications from individuals interested in becoming part of the new Volunteer Monitor program, a joint undertaking of ARRL and... Read more
In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, amateur radio VECs in the US have been experimenting with remote testing sessions–meaning, administering ham... Read more