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Amateur Radio Activities to be a Part of Missouri’s State Bicentennial Celebration

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The Missouri First Capitol State Historic Site in St. Charles will host an amateur radio event on August 10, in association with this year’s celebration of the Missouri State Bicentennial. The original capitol building on the west bank of the Missouri River served as the state’s capitol from 1821 to 1826. The site is part of the St. Charles Historic District in the city’s Riverfront neighborhoo...

FCC to Re-Establish Technological Advisory Council, Solicits Membership Nominations

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The FCC is seeking nominations for a chairperson and members of the Technological Advisory Council (TAC). In a July 21 Public Notice, the Commission announced that it intends to re-establish the TAC for 2 years, by August 20, 2021. It’s anticipated that the renewed panel could hold is first meeting in October.

The TAC provides technical advice to the FCC and makes recommendations on the issues a...

ARRL Board of Directors Creates Emergency Communications and Field Services Committee

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At its just-concluded July 2021 meeting, the ARRL Board of Directors approved By-Law changes creating a third Standing Committee that joins the existing Administration and Finance Committee and Programs and Services Committee.

The charter of the new Emergency Communications and Field Services Committee (EC-FSC) is to develop and recommend new or modified Board policy and programs for emergency c...

The K7RA Solar Update

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Tad Cook, K7RA, Seattle, reports: It’s exciting to observe increasing sunspot activity. Recently Solar Cycle 25 produced new sunspots frequently, and I watch them pop up every day on Spaceweather.com. New sunspots emerged on July 14, 16, 17, 19 and 20, and two new ones appeared on July 21. When I look at this image from July 22, our sun is peppered with spots, reminding me of past solar cycles....

ARRL Announces Leadership Changes in the Central Division

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ARRL Central Division Director Kermit Carlson, W9XA, has stepped down as Central Division Director. Carlson made the announcement at the July 2021 Board of Directors meeting this past weekend. Vice Director Carl Luetzelschwab, K9LA, has acceded to the Director’s chair, and ARRL President Rick Roderick, K5UR, has appointed Brent Walls, N9BA, to succeed Luetzelschwab as the Central Division Vice ...

Massachusetts Court Okays Amateur Radio Tower, Citing Board of Appeals’ Error

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A judge in the Massachusetts Land Court has ruled that the Zoning Board of Appeals in the City of Framingham “erred” in revoking a building permit for an 80-foot ham radio tower as an accessory use. The Building Commissioner in Framingham had granted ARRL member Mikhail “Misha” Filippov, KD1MF, a building permit for the tower, and Filippov had begun pouring concrete for the tower footings. Neig...

FCC Investigating Alleged “Jamming” on 40 Meters

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Reports suggest that jamming stations have been deployed on the lower portion of 40 meters. The jamming appears to be coming from Cuba. The signals, spaced at regular intervals, exhibit a squishy, popping noise. The apparent jamming showed up after anti-government protesters took to the streets in Cuba, followed by a government crackdown. So far, there’s no proven connection between the jamming...

Diploma Pavia Storica

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La Sezione A.R.I. di Pavia IQ2PV, istituisce in occasione del 70° anno dalla ricostruzione del “Ponte Coperto” questo Diploma di carattere culturale, seguendo le orme della precedente serie:  D.P.S. “Diploma Pavia Storica” presentando di anno in anno a partire dal 2021 immagini diverse riguardanti la città di Pavia Storica.

La partecipazione è aperta a tutti i Radioamatori ed SWL del mondo, nel rispetto del "band plan" sulle bande 6/10/12/15/17/20/30/40/80 metri, nei modi SSB/CW/RTTY.

Di seguito i link per scaricare il regolamento:

Regolamento Italiano

English rules

Fonte: ARI Pavia


Dipoloma Pavia Storica

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La Sezione A.R.I. di Pavia IQ2PV, istituisce in occasione del 70° anno dalla ricostruzione del “Ponte Coperto” questo Diploma di carattere culturale, seguendo le orme della precedente serie:  D.P.S. “Diploma Pavia Storica” presentando di anno in anno a partire dal 2021 immagini diverse riguardanti la città di Pavia Storica.

La partecipazione è aperta a tutti i Radioamatori ed SWL del mondo, nel rispetto del "band plan" sulle bande 6/10/12/15/17/20/30/40/80 metri, nei modi SSB/CW/RTTY.

Di seguito i link per scaricare il regolamento:

Regolamento Italiano

English rules

Fonte: ARI Pavia


Event Stations for Tokyo 2020 Olympic/Paralympic Games

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JARL is now operating the Special Event Stations for Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games until 5th September 2021.
8JxOLYMPIC stations (x is a district number 0-9) are operating from various locations on weekly rotation basis.
8NxOLP stations (x is a district number 0-9) are operating from the fixed location with a high-power transmitter for having more QSOs with overseas.


Tokyo 2020 JARL Commemorative QSO Party is also running until 5th September 2021.
There are 3 categories for DX stations outside Japan ranging from 20 to 2020 QSOs with JA stations.
More details are available here

Tokyo 2020 JARL Commemorative Award has 6 different categories requiring QSO with at least one JARL Special Event Stations.
More details are available here


Source: JARL

QSL Speciale II8BEN

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24-25 Luglio 2021


Anche a Benevento c’è stato il passaggio degli Antichi Egizi; ciò è dimostrato dai diversi monumenti eretti anticamente da questo popolo in venerazione alle loro divinità.
Il più importante culto è stato alla Dea Iside, detto, appunto, Culto di Iside.
Con grande orgoglio a San Marco Ai Monti (BN) in zona – Belvedere del Sannio – la Sezione è presente per un’attivazione detta:  “Culto di Iside nella Città di Benevento”

Special Call:  II8BEN


Fonte: ARI Benevento

AO-109 (RadFxSat-2/AMSAT Fox-1E) Open for Amateur Use

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AMSAT’s Engineering and Operations Teams have announced that AO-109 (RadFxSat-2/AMSAT Fox-1E) is now open for amateur use. AMSAT advises operators to use efficient modes for making contacts, such as CW or FT4, because issues with the satellite make SSB voice contacts “challenging at best.” An article in the May/June 2021 issue (Vol. 44, No. 3) of The AMSAT Journal details the various attempts t...

L’antenna Elettra si mette in mostra nel salotto di Verona: 27 luglio, piazza dei Signori

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In occasione dell’anniversario del primo segnale radio wireless irradiato da Guglielmo Marconi, l’antenna Elettra – di proprietà del Museo della Radio di Verona – sarà in esposizione alla Loggia Vecchia di piazza dei Signori il prossimo 27 luglio. A cornice del cimelio, ospiti ed intrattenimento per sottolineare aspetti storici e legami con l’attualità.

Accadde oggi

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Nel 1930 nasce Elettra Marconi

Nel 1937 muore a Roma lo scienziato Guglielmo Marconi (era nato a Bologna nel 1874). Marconi il giorno prima, dopo aver accompagnato alla stazione Termini la moglie (che si recava a Viareggio per festeggiare il settimo compleanno della figlia Elettra), era stato colpito da una crisi cardiaca durante il tragitto per tornare nella casa del suocero, in via Condotti. Qui si spegne alle 3:45 del mattino del 20 luglio. Nello stesso giorno le stazioni radio di tutto il mondo, in segno di lutto, interrompono le trasmissioni per due minuti, contemporaneamente. Il giorno dopo oltre 500.000 persone partecipano ai funerali di Stato.

ARRL 2020 Annual Report Now Available to Download

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The ARRL 2020 Annual Report has been posted and is available to download. The report summarizes ARRL program and fiscal activity for the year.

In his introductory remarks, ARRL President Rick Roderick, K5UR, said that 2020 was a difficult and challenging year for ARRL. “The coronavirus pandemic changed everything, from the way we socialized, to the way we worked, to the way students learned,” Ro...

Amateur Radio Responds to Flooding in Western Europe

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International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) Region 1 Emergency Communications Coordinator Greg Mossop, G0DUB, reported over the weekend that amateur radio volunteers have responded in the wake of widespread and catastrophic flooding in Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands. The flooding, resulting from unprecedented heavy rainfall, has claimed more than 120 lives. Hundreds more remain unaccounted ...

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