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We appreciate your patience as we continue to renovate our site to better serve and inform you.

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 Photo courtesy Sonny Blankenship, N4JDB. Shot from atop 146.96 repeater tower.

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Ham radio is first responder as cyclone batters India coastline Russian over the horizon RADAR interfere with the 15 meter band Hams on stand-by for severe weather in the Caribbean and the Pacific UK Full license class holders get access to more spectrum on 2 meters Ham radio moon orbiter to head into space [...]
Fri, Oct 17, 2014
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The IARU Administrative council meets to plan for WRC 2015 A California radio amateur shares the Nobel Prize in Chemistry Ham radio moon mission payload on its way to China for launch British floater balloon B-64 is still circling the Earth Ham radio and the scouting Jamboree on the Air October [...]
Thu, Oct 09, 2014
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ARRL again asks the FCC to make ham radio primary in at 2300 to 2305 MHz WIA campaigns to save that nations 9 centimeter ham radio allocation FCC Commissioner takes a close look at the 400 MHz and up spectrum Good news for Brevard County Florida ham radio tower exemption [...]
Thu, Oct 02, 2014
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Brazil will propose a permanent global 60 meter ham radio allocation Rules restructuring underway in Australia and Austria FCC turns down a petition to create a 4 meter band in the USA ARRL Simulated Emergency Test to be held October 4th and 5th Ham radio flood relief effort in [...]
Fri, Sep 26, 2014
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