Here are highlights from the “Amateur Radio Weekly Newsletter” for the week of 29 January 2022.
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Saturday, January 29, 2022
- How’s That North America Adventure Frequency Working?
In January 2021, I wrote about the North America Adventure Frequency (NAAF) which originated in the North America SOTA community. About a year later, how is this working out? Is anyone actually using it? A few key points to remember: The NAAF is 146.58 MHz. This frequency is in addition to, not a […]
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- What a mess.
Yesterday afternoon I was listening to II3WRTC which is a special call sign to promote WRTC (world radio team championship) there are 12 stations taking part one from each Italian call area. II3WRTC is from region 3. The event goes from January 1 to Ju…
- LHS Episode #449: Insecurities Everywhere
Hello and welcome to the 449th installment of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this short-topics episode, the hosts discuss results from the 2021 QSO parties, the FCC tech advisory …
- Hunting For NDBs In CLE 276
ZQT-263 Thunder Bay, ON (tnx ve3gop.com)It’s CLE fun time once again. How quickly time zooms by. ‘CLE’s are ‘Co-ordinated Listening Events, and NDB DXers around the world focus their listening time on one small slice of the ND…
- LHS Episode #450: The Weekender LXXXV
It’s time once again for The Weekender. This is our bi-weekly departure into the world of amateur radio contests, open source conventions, special events, listener challenges, hedonism and just plain …
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