Indonesia’s IARU member-society ORARI reports that the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has allocated bands of 135.7 — kHz (2200 meters), 472 — 479 kHz (630 meters), and 5.315.5 — 5.366.5 MHz (60 meters), effective on December 31, 2018. The 60-meter band is at a maximum of 15 W EIRP for Advanced and General licensees only. All allocations are on a secondary basis.
Yaesu FT-2980R 80W FM 2M Mobile Transceiver As its model name suggests, the new FT-2980R arrives with the solid feature configuration and mechanical toughness of the ever popular FT-2900R – with a superior output power that is upgrade... Read more
To commemorate our 3rd anniversary, special event stations will be on air during the FT8DMC Activity Days from 1. to 31. July 2020. All stations will bear the FTDMC or FTDM suffix, referring to the third anniversary of the FT8 Digital Mode... Read more
The Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation (AMSAT) has been made aware of public comments alleging financial mismanagement in the form of “unauthorized”... Read more
On Thursday the 2nd of July 2020, there was another remarkable opening on 144 MHz between Cape Verde Islands off the west coast of Africa and Italy, S... Read more
Assembled a prototype of Geckokapula V2 a dualband 70cm/13cm handheld FM/CW radio. It also does AM and SSB reception in addition to FM and CW. An awes... Read more