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Saturday, December 17, 2022

  • ARRL 10m contest brings the band alive.
    Lots of action on the 10m CW portion during the ARRL 10m contest. During the morning today lots of EU stations to be had. As the afternoon started the EU faded and more U.S. and I am expecting later this afternoon South America possibly.
  • ARRL 10m contest is in the books
    The areas I worked in the contestAnother contest in the books and I thoroughly enjoyed myself and the radio, software and antenna worked great for me. This is the first time for me to enter the ARRL 10 meter contest as in the past 10m was not open. I w…
  • LHS Episode #493: The Weekender C
    It’s time once again for The Weekender. This is our departure into the world of hedonism, random topic excursions, whimsy and (hopefully) knowledge. Thanks for listening and, if you happen …
  • RAC Survey 2022 now available
    Dave Goodwin, VE3KG, RAC Regulatory Affairs Officer at the Radio Amateurs of Canada, has just posted the results of the 2022 RAC Survey on their website. It was my honor to work with RAC to analyze the data and draft the technical report. The executive team at RAC is a delight to work with: they […]
  • Amateur Radio Weekly – Issue 266
    KrakenSDR locates a repeater jammer in 1 hour Using the KrakenSDR Radio Direction Finder, we were the jammer’s house in 60 minutes. WTWW signs off permanently Some programming moves to WRMI. CQ Newsroom I used modern digital modes and I have mixed feelings I will be honest though, I am kind of stuck in […]

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