Here are the latest Amateur Radio news, events, and commentary compiled by the UK-based Southgate Amateur Radio Club.
Views expressed in this Amateur/Ham Radio News update are those of the reporters and correspondents.
Accessed on 12 June 2022, 1230 UTC.
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- QSO Today – Desiree Baccus, N3DEZ
- Albania: Press interview of UK radio amateur held for suspected spying
- Central Coast Amateur Radio Club News
- AMSAT announces Youth Initiative at Hamvention
- Learn about Amateur Radio and Emergency Communication – free
- QCWA presents AMSAT with $4,000 contribution to support Youth Initiative
- A lifetime in broadcast tech
|QSO Today – Desiree Baccus, N3DEZ
Desiree Baccus, N3DEZ, while a relatively new ham, has an infectious excitement and enthusiasm for amateur radio that cannot be underestimated
|Albania: Press interview of UK radio amateur held for suspected spying
The Scottish Daily Record interviews one of the two radio amateurs who were questioned by Albanian authorities and had their equipment seized and sent to the Albanian Criminality Laboratory
|Central Coast Amateur Radio Club News
Given the popularity of the raffle at Mayham, the club is looking to run another raffle. Details will be made available on the club’s website and social media pages in the coming days
|AMSAT announces Youth Initiative at Hamvention
During its Hamvention forum on Saturday, May 21, AMSAT formally introduced plans for its Youth Initiative. In the planning stage for two years, the program will now proceed in a series of phased releases
|Learn about Amateur Radio and Emergency Communication – free
The public is invited to learn more about amateur radio at a free outdoor event sponsored by the Kensington Amateur Radio Operators and the El Cerrito Ham Operators (KARO-ECHO) and the East Bay Amateur Radio Club (EBARC)
|QCWA presents AMSAT with $4,000 contribution to support Youth Initiative
AMSAT is pleased to announce that it received a generous $4,000 contribution from the Quarter Century Wireless Association (QCWA)
|A lifetime in broadcast tech
A word about James O’Neal, whose articles about technology and history are among our most popular features. His series about Franken FMs concludes in this issue of Radio World