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RadCom March 2018, Vol. 94, No. 3

| February 21, 2018
RadCom March 2018, Vol. 94, No. 3

Micsig tBook mini Oscilloscope—an oscilloscope is one of the most useful items of test equipment in the shack Online edition Membership Services login required, follow the link below or click the cover image. RadCom March 2018, Vol. 94, No. 3 News and Reports Around Your Region – Club events calendar 85 Around Your Region – […]

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DMR talkgroup for universities

| February 16, 2018

Paul Thieme, President of the Purdue University Amateur Radio Club, W9YB in the United States wants to hear from UK university amateur radio clubs that have linked DMR repeaters. Recently, his club has been working with Brandmeister worldwide officials to create a DMR talkgroup specifically for university amateur radio operators. In the States they have […]

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Amateur becomes Harvard President

| February 16, 2018

A radio amateur, Lawrence Bacow, KA1FZQ has been selected to become the 29th president of Harvard University. He was selected from among a field of some 700 candidates and will take office on 1 July 2018.

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QSL Bureau volunteers wanted

| February 16, 2018

The RSGB QSL Bureau is seeking to appoint a new volunteer for the MW and 2W sub group, due to the retirement of the current sub-manager. This is an active and growing QSL group, involving around 15-20,000 QSL cards, delivered in three to four batches for sorting and distribution each year. Prospective volunteers will need […]

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Also in GB2RS this week…

| February 16, 2018

As the 3Y0Z Bouvet DXpedition was sadly cancelled due to bad weather and engine trouble on the transport vessel, another DXpedition has restarted their plans to visit the island. According to the web page, operators Dominik, 3Z9DX, Stanislaw, SQ8X, Leszek, SP3DOI, Branko, YU4DX and Frans, J69DS have a landing permit issued by the Norwegian Polar […]

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DXCC most-wanted updated on ClubLog

| February 16, 2018

The DXCC Most Wanted entities list has been updated on ClubLog. The list contains 340 entities and the top 10 entities seem to have changed with the addition of Kosovo. The top spot still goes to North Korea, followed by Bouvet Island, Crozet Island and the Republic of Kosovo. ClubLog author Michael Wells, G7VJR, says […]

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