In WIA News Geoff Emory VK4ZPP reports the JVC-Kenwood conglomerate has quietly discontinued sales of Kenwood amateur gear in Australia Continue reading
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Saw this post on Southgate ARC. I wonder if this could happen here!
Chris Garrod has created an online petition to the UK Government and Ofcom to save the vital 144 MHz amateur radio band which is under threat Continue reading
CBC News reports more women on Prince Edward Island, Canada, are taking up amateur radio
Stephanie vanKampen writes:
Therese Mair dons headphones while her fingers fiddle with a scanner, searching for a voice through the static. Continue reading
@Fleetwood_DP: Hey #SurreyBC #HAMRadio operators look what arrived just in time for tomorrow’s pop up shop! Who wants to buy a discone? Details here: https://www.fleetwooddp.com/ https://twitter.com/Fleetwood_DP/status/1134608354012160000/photo/1
Members and friends of The Galway Radio Experimenters Club (GREC) will for the month of June be operating as EI100ABC to commemorate the 1st transatlantic non-stop crossing by the famous aviators Alcock & Brown who in June 1919 made the trip from Newfoundland, Canada to Clifden, Ireland in a Vickers Vimy plane.
(As seen on Southgate ARC)
I follow Clay, K7CR, monthly blog dealing basically with broadcast technical news. Found this in his latest post. I wonder if this would work here in Canada or are there any amateurs even willing to try to take this project on.
(From the desk of Ken Clarke VE7BC)
The New Westminster Hyack International Parade is on Saturday, May 25.
Operators assigned to the assembly area and parade officials will start communications at 08:00 and those assigned to points along the parade route will start a little later. The event starts at 10:30 with the Vancouver Police Motorcycle Drill Team and the parade follows. We are usually all done by around 13:00. Continue reading
Neil King, VA7DX, shares his ham radio story that began as a kid when is father introduced him to the Morse code. Continue reading