Estaré QRV desde la isla Singkep OC-107 del 8 al 13 de mayo 2014 como YB4IR/5, de 10 a 40mts en Cw, Ssb y Rtty. Estoy programando los viajes con las fechas escogidas..... nos vemos en los pile up.
Despues de un duro trabajo estaremos partiendo hacia Isla de Aves el dia 29/04/2014 a las 07:00 horas YV, el viaje de ida durá unas 40 horas, esten atentos, estaremos comenzando la actividad alrededor del dia 30 de abril al mediodia, estaremos operando entre 5 y 7 días, este último dato esta por confirmar.
The Ham Hijinks guys have been at it again, with this article: New Drug Aims To Get More Hams On The Air
Warning: Do Not Take These Guys Seriously, It Only Encourages Them
Chiming in on April 1st, Dan KB6NU reported that the FCC is going to reinstate the Morse Code test.
I posted an article about using UTC over at HamRadioSchool.com: Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?
KB9VBR has a nice article that explains the common types of antenna connectors used with ham radio.
Elliot KB0RFC has been writing some interesting stuff about D-STAR, DMR and other things digital on his blog. See his latest article: Developing a DMR / D-STAR radio
James R. Winstead, KD5OZY, of Coleman, Texas found out that sometimes the FCC does show up and bust radio amateurs that are causing problems on the air. See the ARRL article here. It always cracks me up when the FCC Engineer reports that during their station inspection, the offender’s radio is still tuned to the frequency where the problems were occurring.
Serious DXers all over the world are in severe depression after finding out that Crimea is Not a New DXCC Entity. Conspiracy Theory: the whole thing was instigated by a group of hams that believed Crimea would be a new one.
73, Bob K0NR
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