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.
BAOFENG BF-530I The transceiver is a micro-miniature multiband FM transceiver with extensive receive frequency coverage,providing local-area two-way amateur communications along with unmatched monitoring capability VHF/ UHF DU... Read more
The latest TQSL update (Config.xml version 11.8), released on May 22, includes FT4 as a submode of MFSK. It also adds AISAT-1 and PO-101 in the satellite category. As of May 23, 1,048,281,611 contact records have been entered into the syste... Read more
GIBSON, Pa. — One person is dead after falling while trying to make repairs to a ham radio in Susquehanna County. The coroner tells Newsw... Read more
The International Amateur Radio Union Region 1 Monitoring System (IARUMS) reports a “new kind” of over-the-horizon (OTH) radar on 20 meters. The intru... Read more
Meeting right after Dayton Hamvention® at the University of Dayton on May 20, the ARRL Board’s Executive Committee (EC) adopted a motion to establish... Read more