Here’s a review of top Amateur Radio News and information compiled by “QRZNOW.com.”
Views expressed in this Amateur/Ham Radio News summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
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Accessed on 24 June 2021, 1203 UTC, Post 2101.
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Morse Code : Keys and Keyers
Garry Ursenbach, VE6MU / NB7T, wants to know Dave’s suggestions on morse code keys. Dave will also teach about keyers. Read more
3Y0J Bouvet Island DXpedition Team Hasn’t Given Up the Ship
The Daily DX has reported that the 3Y0J DXpedition team is still hoping to have a go at the island in 2023. The DXpedition team had planned to travel… Read more
A Filament Poised to Launch with Noctilucent Clouds & Aurora | Solar Storm Forecast 06.22.2021
A Filament Poised to Launch with Noctilucent Clouds & Aurora | Solar Storm Forecast 06.22.2021 Read more
Ham Radio and Linux – Using QSSTV to decode from captured audio files
“June 22nd 2021, I.S.S. is transmitting SSTV through the 26th. Using the method from the previous video to automatically capture every pass, I s… Read more
SAQ in Sweden to Conduct Annual Alexanderson Day Transmission
SAQ, the call sign of the vintage Alexanderson alternator transmitter in Grimeton, Sweden, will conduct its annual Alexanderson Day transmission on Su… Read more
MIR-SAT1 CubeSat Expected to Deploy from the ISS on June 22
MIR-SAT1(Mauritius Imagery and Radiotelecommunication Satellite 1), the first amateur radio CubeSat from the Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius,… Read more
Best Antenna Practices
“Donald Clark, KB6QEW, is having some trouble with his SWR. But because of some issues in understanding his situation Dave will answer the best… Read more
SDRplay SDRuno update and preview of new scheduler function coming soon
This video starts with a roundup of popular features of SDRuno and then shows a sneak preview of the new scheduler function planned for release in Ver… Read more
All about the Grayline!
“I, Dave, have been asked a lot about the Grayline in my recent livestreams, What is it? Why does it matter? How does it Happen? And is it Grayl… Read more
Europes highest Amateu Radio Remote-Station
“The harsh winter of 2020/2021 has also left its mark on Europe’s highest amateur radio remote station on Rigi Scheidegg in the middle of… Read more
XIEGU X6100 HF TRANSCEIVER | FULL MODE | SDR RADIO
X6100 is an ultra-portable shortwave transceiver. It adopts the SDR software radio platform architecture of excellent performance, which carries power… Read more
Minimum Age Novice- and Full-License in The Netherlands abolished
Today is an important day regarding youth and amateur radio in The Netherlands. To gain more young active radio hams, it is a must that this age… Read more
FX700 Vector Network Analyzer
Metropwr FX700 is a vector network analyzer 0.1/700 MHz used to measure all the parameters of an antenna. It has a large 4.3 “touch screen display and… Read more
Can RG8X Really Handle 1500 Watts?
Using a linear amplifier Jim W6LG tests a 100 foot length of RG8X to see if it can handle 1500 watts by measuring the temperature of the jacket. You m… Read more
The 62nd ALL ASIAN DX CONTEST – 2021
Operation in All Asian DX Contest (CW) All Asian DX Contest (CW) will be held according to the current rules. However, the Novel Coronal V… Read more
Family Comes First during Hurricane Preparation for Home and Station
The Atlantic hurricane season began on June 1 and continues through November 30, and two named storms have already shown up, although neither threaten… Read more
RigExpert AA-2000 | Best Ham Radio Antenna Analyzer?
“Today I get to tell you about the AA-2000 Antenna Analyzer from RigExpert in the Ukraine. This is the Best Ham Radio Antenna Analyzer that I ha… Read more
My Ham Radio Go Box Wiring And Setup
“Today I’m putting together my ham radio go box. It featutes an ICOM IC-7300 and Alinco DR-135. The box also includes a West Mountain Radi… Read more
Pluto Plus SDR – An Adalm Pluto Upgrade?
Here we take a look at the Pluto+ which has all the features the original Adalm Pluto should of had. Description: Pluto+ is a software-defined radio p… Read more
How to Attach Radials to a Radial Plate
“Jeff, AC2AU has a straight-forward question, How exactly do I attach radials to a commercial vertical antenna? Dave will answer this question a… Read more
XIEGU X6100 – HF/50MHz Full-mode Ultra-portable Transceiver
X6100 inherits the compact and high performance characteristics of the X series.As a new generation flagship ultra-portable transceiver, it still achi… Read more
3Y0J Bouvet 2023 [ CANCELED ]
“To the global DX community. We regret to inform you of the following news.The global pandemic has impacted the expedition charter vessel busine… Read more
The K7RA Solar Update
Tad Cook, K7RA, Seattle, reports: Sunspot activity has shown steady but modest increases over the past 3 weeks, with average daily sunspot weekly aver… Read more
Ham Radio in Games
The Last of Us 2 – Abby Make Contact with the Fireflies Read more
Ray Novak, N9JA – Icom America – Manufacturers Showcase
“We are live with Ray Novak, N9JA, Sales manager of ICOM America with Tim, K3LR. What questions do you have for Ray?” Read more
Comet HFJ-350M 160m-5m – Antenna Review
A pocket size antenna that covers all HF bands. Ideal for IC-705 COMET HFJ-350M TOY BOX 10-Band 1.8-50MHz portable Antenna with carrying pouch I… Read more
WSJT-X version 2.4.0 Now Generally Available, Version 2.5.0 on the Horizon
WSJT-X version 2.4.0 now is available in general release. According to co-developer Joe Taylor, K1JT, WSJT-X version 2.4.0, includes a… Read more
International Space Station to be in Cross-Band Repeater Mode for Field Day
The Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) cross-band repeater will be available for ARRL Field Day, June 26 – 27. Contacts wil… Read more
Don’t forget ARRL Field Day this Saturday and Sunday (26-27 June 2021).
Two groups of Hawaii radio amateurs will be operating from Hawaii Island this year.
Group one will operate from a remote site on Maunakea, just off the Mana Road. For details, contact Roy Kunishige (WH6FYK) at Roy.email@example.com
Group two will operate from Laupahoehoe Point. The Field Day Site will be co-located with the June Hamfest. Talk-in on 442.550 MHz, PLL 110.9 Hz.
Aloha es 73 de Russell Roberts (KH6JRM)
Public Information Officer
Hawaii County, ARRL Pacific Section