Archive for September, 2012
Z60K now on the air from Republic of Kosovo The Republic of Kosovo is now officially on the air. Z60K, the club station of the Amateur Radio Association of Kosovo, located near Pristina, is now on the air. For this operation, QSL via G3TXF or use ClubLog. As Kosovo is not yet a member of […]
And now the solar factual data for the period from Friday the 21st to Thursday the 27th of September, compiled by Neil Clarke on Friday the 28th of September. This week solar activity started at very low levels on the 21st and the 24th. However, on the 23rd as sunspot groups rotated into view solar […]
The final weekend of the month brings the CQWW DX Contest. This month it’s RTTY and it runs until 2359UTC today, 30 September. Using the 3.5 to 28MHz bands the exchange is signal report and Zone, which in the UK is 14. The UK Microwave Group Cumulatives take place on the 5.7 to 24GHz bands […]
G0VJG will be operational stroke 3A from Monaco between 1 and 5 October. His activity will be on the HF bands using 100 watts on SSB only. QSL via G4DFI. 3D2C is on the air from Conway Reef in the South Pacific Ocean, IOTA reference OC-112. They plan to be there until 5 October. QSL […]
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the use of ITU callsign prefixes, special event station PB100PREFIX will be on the air between 4 and 31 October. For more details, visit www.PB100PREFIX.nl. QSL via PB0P. The RAFARS will put GB21FCB on the air from 1 October to 30 November from a location near Eastleigh.
There will be a free to attend talk by the IET on the Future of Radio Spectrum taking place in Bromley on 3 October. The use of the Radio Spectrum is continuously evolving with new standards, services and ever higher number of devices/users. What does this all mean to the way we manage it and […]