ShoutboxThey are still a little worried about the restrooms at Hara. You may not be allowed to use them.Folks we are ON SCENE at the hamfest. Calling for extra water flow to make it through the weekend.BYOB, bring your own bucket!Hey, Dayton people, let me know if you want to do a Skype or Google session tonight. I should be around the house.BTW, there were allot of people at the Hamvention that could have fit around the house.
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This is ON2TD in Belgium on 29.600 copied from my handheld over the weekend. Heard lots of others stations from EU and worked some from inside on my mobile.
This is a recording of a chirpsounder, similar to the AN/TRQ-35, zipping through the 17 meter ham band. These sounders can start at 2 or 3 MHz and run up to 28+ MHz at rates of 100 kHz or more … Continue reading
By Stan Horzepa, WA1LOU ARRL Contributing Editor This week, Surfin’ discovers that WWV has a new voice — and she is digital. Time and frequency radio station WWV recently switched to a digital female voice for its 18th minute of the hour … Continue reading
The Virginia QSO Party is coming up on 17-18 March (this coming weekend!). We would like to see all 134 Virginia counties and independent cities on the air this year with a lot of on-the-air activity. We hope you can … Continue reading
Obtained from The National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA NASA models using data from the Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO) and the Solar Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) have now provided more information about the two Coronal Mass Ejections (CME) associated with … Continue reading
In just a few days, our 60 meter allocation will change. This should make the band more fun, and stimulate interest. Here is a brief summary. In the band 5330.5-5406.4 kHz (60 m band), the assigned frequencies 5332, 5348, 5358.5, … Continue reading
It’s almost becoming routine to work stations in EU on 10 meters lately, which is great. It is high at the top of the list for favorite bands in my book. This op in the Netherlands took the time to … Continue reading
I know that some of you don’t operate 60 meters, likely due to the fact that it is a channelized band, and that the rules are a little more complex than others. Well, life will be getting a little easier … Continue reading
While hanging out on ten this morning, I ran across some SSTV action on 28.678 MHz (680 is one of the normal freqs). Here are a few captures from the fun – just thought I would share for all … Continue reading
Just for the heck of it, I thought I would make a few QSOs on an old friend to many of us. It actually performed pretty well. Take a look.