Accessed on 20 May 2018, 0702 UTC, Post #563.
Managing Editor: Matt (W1MST)
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Here are some of the top Amateur/Ham Radio news stories compiled by http://www.amateurradio.com. Views expressed in this news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
- CQ Announces 2018 Hall of Fame Inductees
- Hamvention 2018 – Saturday Roundup
- Hamvention 2018 – Friday Roundup
- Hamvention 2018: ARRL Renews Memorandum of Understanding with SATERN, Promotes Partnerships at Forum
- The K7RA Solar Update
- FT8 Activity Bumping Up at Some Expense to Other Modes
- Solar Eclipse QSO Party Research Results Published in Geophysical Research Letters
- Radio Contact Planned Between Cape Cod and Newfoundland During Marconi Daughter’s Visit
- Puerto Rico Radio Amateurs Honored by Lawmakers on “el Día del Radioaficionado”
- ARISS Kicking Off 2018 Fundraising Effort at Hamvention
- Analog Scanner use?
- Weird issue with fldigi reporting incorrect frequencies from waterfall selection(ft-450d/signalink)?
- I found a cool PDF detailing NASA’s radio systems for the Apollo missions!
- Need help locating old Hy-Gain manual
- Hamspots reporting from a Mac?
- Reddit meetup Dayton HamVention May 19, 2018 — great to see you all!
- FTM 100D/400XD and FT2D to receive “HRI Mode” via firmware update
- What is it? A DF Antenna? Medical accessory? Metal Detector Attachment?
- Spring Project. Any of you ever build off of these DirecTv mounts before?
- Special Collegiate Water Bottle for any College student hams that stop by the ARRL Collegiate Amateur Radio booth at Hamvention!
During the current Kilauea volcano eruption and the ongoing lava flows impacting the Lower Puna District, Hawaii radio amateurs should monitor the VOAD Repeater on Mauna Kea (146.720 MHz, 100 Hz tone) and the 40 meter interisland net on 7.088 MHz (LSB). These frequencies can be used to pass emergency traffic. The Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency issues eruption updates throughout the day on Hawaii Island broadcast stations and through the social media.
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Thanks for joining us today.
Aloha es 73 de
Russell Roberts (KH6JRM)
Public Information Coordinator
Hawaii Island, ARRL Pacific Section