Posts tagged Southgate Amateur Radio Club
“With two weeks still to go, T32C now has over 100k QSOs in the log, including 22k with Europe (and 23k with Asia), our target area.
As the JA and US pile-ups continue to diminish, we hope the percentage of EU will increase. However, the decline in solar activity since we first started has not helped. That said, we are on track to set at least a few new records.
(SARC) If you have been on the HF bands lately, you may have noticed that a number of new prefixes are in use by stations in the Russian Federation.
Here is a summary of the changes recently adopted by the Russian telecommunication authorities. Thanks to SRR President Roman Thomas, R5AA (ex-RZ3AA) for the information.
(SARC) The May issue of the IARU Monitoring System newsletter reports that the Australian Over-The Horizon Radar JORN has been heard in the Amateur Radio 21 MHz band.
(SARC) Look for special event station PG6N to be active during the‘Coastal Week’ (Week van de Zee) starting on Saturday, June 11th, and ending on ‘Kids Day’ Saturday, June 18th.
(SARC) Joe KH4/W5FJG, reports this past week that they are in the final stages of getting all the required approvals to operate year round from Midway Atoll. He expects to hear something in the next week or two.
(SARC) Petition to members of the Dutch Parliament
We, the signatories to this petition, would like you to consider the following when deciding the future of Radio Netherlands Worldwide.
The Netherlands is one of the world’s most important exporting countries and trading nations with a good international reputation in many fields of expertise. This ‘image of the Netherlands’ is partly the result of many years of external profiling, in which Radio Netherlands Worldwide has played a key role.
(SARC) Eleven years of development have finally paid off for Fractal Antenna Systems, Inc.
The firm announced today that it has perfected a new wideband antenna approach based upon its proprietary fractal technology. The new approach, dubbed ‘dissimulation ™ antennas’, is designed to solve the problems encountered with real antennas in the warfighter’s environment, while attaining form factors that disguise the antennas’ functionality.