Радиолюбительский Бюллетень от 3.02.2018

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3 Февраля 2018 Года

    • Weekly Propagation Summary – 2018 Jan 29 16:10 UTC
      Here is this week’s space weather and geophysical report, issued 2018 Jan 29 0117 UTC. Highlights of Solar and Geomagnetic Activity 22 – 28 January 2018 Solar activity was at very low levels. The largest event of the period was a B9 flare from plage Region 2696 (S13, L=123). No Earth-directed CMEs were observed. No […]

 

      • Alexa Can Be Your Ham Shack Assistant!
        Is Alexa your ham shack assistant? She has certainly become an indispensable addition to my shack. Alexa is Amazon’s AI voice assistant. Alexa’s voice emanates from the several Amazon Echo products, like the Echo Dot, Echo Spot, Echo Show, Echo Plus, and Fire TV, among others to be announced. Here are several Alexa related activated […]

     

        • FCC Enforcement: A Call to Action
          In recent months on 40M and 80M, there has been a concern by many Amateur Radio operators regarding certain individual’s operating behavior, specifically on 7.200 MHz and 3.822 MHz. Constant vulgar and indecent language, music being played, transmitting without a call sign, hate language, threats, and the use of the “N” word, have been normal […]

       

          • LHS Episode #206: Hamlib Deep Dive
            Thanks for tuning into another episode of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this episode we take an in-depth look at the wonder of hamlib, the software that binds applications to your amateur radio hardware. It’s cross platform, small, actively developed and wonderful in general. Hope you enjoy. Please make sure to send us your […]

            • On Being Too Smart by Half – Lessons in D-Star Painfully Acquired
              During my ongoing apprenticeship in D-Star, I continue to make mistakes and, mostly learn from them. My latest: To “simplify” use of the DR feature of Icom ID-51A+, instead of loading all 750 repeaters the machine can hold, I loaded only those from areas where I expected to travel; i.e., Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, […]

           

              • CLE 228 Results
                Last weekend’s CLE yielded a mixed-bag of propagation. Friday night’s conditions were the best of the three nights here in southwest B.C., but others found things a little different … such are the vagaries of radio’s magic.All told, I logged 40 ND…

             

                • Ham College 37
                  Ham College episode 37 is now available for download. General Amateur Radio Exam part 8. CW Operations, Q-Codes, Inductors, Transformers. 01:06:20 Download YouTube

               

                  • The Spectrum Monitor — February, 2018
                    Stories you’ll find in our February, 2018 issue: The Powerful Voice of Radio Miami International By Richard Fisher KI6SN The Miami-based shortwave radio station known as WRMI began as a one-transmitter, one-antenna operation focusing mostly on Latin America. Then, late in 2013, an extraordinary opportunity came to WRMI’s door. Former shortwave broadcasting giant, Family Radio […]

                 

                   

                    Amateur Radio Weekly – Issue 192
                    AM Rally this weekend The purpose of this event is to encourage the use of Amplitude Modulation on the Amateur Radio bands. AMrally.com ARRL Grid Chase totals mapped The IGC Grid Totals map visualizes the number of ARRL Grid Chase QSOs per grid square. K1WDY How Amateur Radio played a role in the Hawaii emergency […]

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