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ARI-Varese festeggia i novizi

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Sabato 22 febbraio in Prefettura a Varese saranno consegnate le patenti di radioamatore a una decina di nuovi Soci dell'ARI (Associazione Radioamatori Italiani) che le hanno conseguite superando a Milano l'ultima sessione degli esami ministeriali previsti. Nell'occasione verrà conferito anche uno speciale riconoscimento all'ingegner Pietro Gervasini di Varese (nominativo i2GEK), grande esperto della materia, che da decenni tiene i corsi nella Sede ARI di largo Gigli per preparare i candidati alla prova, fornendo loro una preziosa conoscenza di fondo dei fenomeni radioelettrici, delle norme legislative che regolano le radiocomunicazioni e il servizio di radioamatore, nonché di tutte le regole operative di base che un radioamatore deve conoscere. Le nuove patenti radioamatoriali verranno consegnate dal prefetto di Varese Enrico Ricci, nel corso di una cerimonia in programma con inizio alle ore 12, cui parteciperà anche il neo-Presidente della Sezione varesina dell'ARI, Anchise Frascoli, per lunghi anni a fianco dello storico Presidente uscente, Giovanni Romeo, che mantiene l'incarico (affidatogli nel 1985 dall'allora Ministro Giuseppe Zamberletti) di Responsabile Nazionale della rete di Radiocomunicazioni di Emergenza con cui periodicamente vengono collegate tutte le Prefetture italiane. Atteso anche per l'occasione il Vice-Presidente dell'ARI Nazionale Gabriele Villa, Direttore di "Radio Rivista", Organo Ufficiale dell'Associazione.

ARI Varese
Giovanni Romeo

The Latest Episode of ARRL Audio News is Now Available

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Listen to the new episode of ARRL Audio News on your iOS or Android podcast app, or online at http://www.blubrry.com/arrlaudionews/. Audio News is also retransmitted on a number of FM repeaters. Click here and then scroll down to see the list.

The K7RA Solar Update

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There were no sunspots over this reporting week, February 6-12. Average daily solar flux declined over one point to 71.1. Average planetary A index increased from 6.7 to 8.3.

Predicted solar flux for the next 45 days is 70 on February 14-21, 73 on February 22, 74 on February 23-29, 72 on March 1-3, 71 on March 4-11, 72 on March 12-18, 73 on March 19-20, 74 on March 21-27, and 72 on March 28-29.

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Cary Rubenfeld, VE4EA, is RAC Amateur of the Year for 2019

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The Radio Amateurs of Canada (RAC) Board of Directors has named Cary Rubenfeld, VE4EA, of Winnipeg, Manitoba, as the recipient of the 2019 RAC Amateur of the Year Award. The award recognizes “his tireless efforts to promote amateur radio in his home province of Manitoba, throughout Canada and internationally,” RAC said.

Rubenfeld is a founding member of Radiosport Manitoba (RSM). He was also a d...

ARRL Podcasts Schedule

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The second episode of ARRL’s On the Air podcast is now available. The topics focus on building the ground plane antenna featured in the first issue of On the Air magazine, a discussion of open-wire feed lines, and an interview with a relatively new public service volunteer. New On the Air podcast episodes are available monthly.

 

The first episode of the new Eclectic Tech podcast also is now avai...

Successful 47 GHz Amateur Radio Moonbounce Test Reported

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Mitsuo Kasai, JA1WQF, successfully decoded a 47 GHz signal bounced off the moon on February 10 by Al Ward, W5LUA. More tests are planned. Ward posted news of the achievement on the Moon-Net email reflector. “These were one-way tests, with only me transmitting,” he said in his post.

“I started out by sending single tones to Mitsuo, which he copied well, and then sent several sequences of calls an...

New ARRL Repeater Directory Now Shipping

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The 2020 ARRL Repeater Directory® is now shipping. It includes “crowdsourced” listings contributed by users, repeater owners, and volunteer frequency coordinators. This means more listings that are and updated more often. With 21,000 listings, it’s the most complete printed directory of on-the-air repeaters, covering repeater systems throughout the US and Canada.

 

Repeater systems are listed by ...

New ARRL Repeater Director Now Shipping

Da ARRL -

The 2020 ARRL Repeater Directory® is now shipping. It includes “crowdsourced” listings contributed by users, repeater owners, and volunteer frequency coordinators. This means more listings that are and updated more often. With 21,000 listings, it’s the most complete printed directory of on-the-air repeaters, covering repeater systems throughout the US and Canada.

Repeater systems are listed by s...

“WOW Signal” Documentary Now Available Online

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Retired Ohio State University Professor Robert Dixon, W8ERD, says a documentary about the 1977 discovery of a signal from the cosmos detected by the Ohio State University Radio Telescope is now available from at least one internet video site and was to become available from Amazon and Google Play. The so-called “WOW signal” is regarded as the best candidate for a signal originating from extrate...

HuskySat-1 Gains Enthusiastic Following

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Initial reports indicate considerable interest among amateurs in tracking and capturing data from the newly deployed HuskySat-1. The satellite, designed at the University of Washington, was launched to the International Space Station last November and subsequently deployed into a higher orbit from the ISS on January 31 and began telemetry transmissions on 435.800 MHz. HuskySat-1’s 1,200 bps BPS...

ARRL Creates New HF Band Planning Discussion Group

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ARRL has created a new HF Band Planning Discussion Group. HF Band Planning Committee Chair Mike Raisbeck, K1TWF, will moderate the group, which will focus on the ARRL HF Band Planning Committee’s recommendations and other band-planning activities. Earlier this month, the ARRL HF Band Planning Committee invited comments and suggestions from the Amateur Radio community on its reportto the ARRL Bo...

CubeSats Set for Deployment from the ISS

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Several CubeSats are scheduled to be deployed from the ISS on February 12, including Phoenix, a 3U CubeSat developed by Arizona State University (ASU) to study the effects of urban heat islands through remote infrared sensing. The ASU operations team would appreciate help from the amateur satellite community with identifying the spacecraft and verifying that it is operational following its depl...

The Latest Episode of ARRL Audio News is Now Available

Da ARRL -

Listen to the new episode of ARRL Audio News on your iOS or Android podcast app, or online at http://www.blubrry.com/arrlaudionews/. Audio News is also retransmitted on a number of FM repeaters. Click here and then scroll down to see the list.

 

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