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Hurricane Watch Net Reactivates as Hurricane Warning Posted for the Carolinas

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With the National Hurricane Center (NHC) expecting Tropical Storm Isaias to become a hurricane again later today and make landfall this evening, the Hurricane Watch Net (HWN) reactivated at 1600 UTC on 14.325 MHz. HWN Manager Bobby Graves, KB5HAV, said the net will shift operations at 2300 UTC to 7.268 MHz, where it will remain until no longer needed by the NHC. A hurricane warning is in effect...

Comunicato Stampa ARI Varese

ARI Nazionale -

 Radiocomunicazioni di emergenza:
collegamento con la nave Vespucci dalla Prociv l'intervento di Borrelli


Continuano anche in piena estate con il coordinamento dell'ARI (Associazione Radioamatori Italiani) le prove di sintonia per testare la funzionalità della rete di Radiocomunicazioni Alternative di Emergenza, da attivare prontamente ad esempio nel caso di calamità naturali, in attesa che con la fine dell'allarme sanitario si possa riprendere a svolgere l'esercitazione mensile utilizzando le sale radio presenti nelle varie Prefetture.

Con la regia del Responsabile Nazionale Giovanni Romeo, operativo come sempre dalla sede "capomaglia" di Varese, si è svolta la prova numero 436 della serie (si va avanti ormai senza interruzione da un quarantennio), presente per un intervento di saluto via radio, collegato dalla Sede Nazionale della Protezione Civile, anche il capo dipartimento Angelo Borrelli.


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.

Power Out at ARRL Headquarters

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Power is out at ARRL Headquarters in Newington, Connecticut, due to the failure of a nearby power transformer. It is not known how long the outage will last.

HQ will have very limited call-answering capabilities. All member-facing systems are on natural gas generators, however, and will not be affected, unless the power situation worsens and HQ telecommunication providers are affected.

Personnel ...

Hurricane Watch Net Activating as Hurricane Isaias Approaches US East Coast

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The Hurricane Watch Net (HWN) activated on 14.325 MHz on July 31 at 1500 UTC as Hurricane Isaias [pronounced: ees-ah-EE-ahs] heads toward the US on an uncertain trajectory.  The Volusia County, Florida, and State emergency operations centers were reported at a Level 3 (Monitoring) status.

“For years I’ve said, ‘Just when you think you have Mother Nature figured out, she changes her mind,’” HWN M...

The K7RA Solar Update

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Tad Cook, K7RA, Seattle, reports: Finally, sunspots have returned! Two sunspots now are visible, both from new Solar Cycle 25. The daily sunspot number was 11 for July 21-27, rising to 22 for July 28-30.

Recently, we have noticed an improvement in propagation due to seasonal sporadic-E activity.

Average daily sunspot numbers rose from 3.1 to 14.1 this week, and average daily solar flux edged up f...

ARRL Foundation Awards Grant to The University of Alabama Huntsville

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The ARRL Foundation has awarded $510 to the University of Alabama Huntsville's Center for Cybersecurity Research and Education. The grant will be used to get university students licensed, and then integrate amateur radio communication protocols into extant models used for cybersecurity testing for industrial system controls. Analysis will be done on how well these protocols operate in this sett...

Nomination Signatures Sent via Email or Mail May Be Submitted for ARRL Offices

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The ARRL Ethics & Elections Committee has announced that it will be acceptable in pending and future ARRL Director/Vice Director and Section Manager (SM) elections to submit nomination signatures that have been sent via email or mail, under these guidelines:

  • Petition copies must be made from the original form supplied by ARRL.

  • Forms must be exactly the same on both sides (i.e, autobiographical ...

Serata a tema: tra radio e fisica nucleare

ARI Nazionale -


Ciao a tutti,

continuano le riunioni del venerdì sera nella nostra sezione A.R.I. virtuale.

Ancora un grazie a quanti partecipano al nostro appuntamento settimanale. Da parte nostra ci stiamo impegnando affinché le serate siano di interesse comune, con argomenti radiantistici ma anche con l'ambizione di proporre temi scientifici che in ultima analisi fanno parte del bagaglio tecnico-scentifico di un radioamatore.

Questo venerdì avremo come ospite Giorgio I2KMG un radioamatore ma anche un fisico, un docente e un ricercatore di fama internazionale che ha aderito all'invito e passare una serata con noi.

Una serata diversa dalle altre, sarà un incontro con molte sfaccettature, con Giorgio potremo parlare di antenne, propagazione ecc...ma anche di fisica e degli studi che vengono condotti al CERN o in altri istituti di ricerca nel mondo.

Il tema della serata sarà:

I2KMG
Una doppia vita tra radio e fisica nucleare

Un viaggio tra le particelle e le onde radio

la serata si terrà

VENERDI' 31 LUGLIO alle ore 21.15

Potete seguirci sulla nostra sezione A.R.I. virtuale, non è necessario scaricare alcun software, per accedere basta cliccare su QUESTO LINK.

Per chi non conoscesse Jitsi Meet ricordo che la piattaforma di videoconferenza che funziona con browser Chrome, Chromium, Firefox, Safari e su PC con Windows Linux e Mac. E' possibile utilizzare anche smartphone e tablet, scaricando l'app Jitsi Meet.

Dopo la relazione di Giorgio, la serata sarà prettamente interattiva e ognuno potrà porgli delle domande. Ancora una volta ricordo che non vi è alcuna preclusione e tutti sono invitati a partecipare, soci, ex soci, non soci, amici e simpatizzanti. Come sempre la porta, in questo caso virtuale, di ARI Vigevano è aperta a tutti.


Traffic-Handling Webinar Launches Ham Radio Learning Series

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A live presentation from ARRL North Texas Section Traffic Manager Aaron Hulett, K8AMH, inaugurated the new ARRL Learning Network on Tuesday, July 28. The webinar series features 30-minute presentations from experienced members covering a variety of amateur radio topics and interests. Hulett’s webinar, “Relay Stations and the Art of Traffic Handling,” introduced techniques and skills practiced b...

FCC Fines HobbyKing Nearly $3 Million for Marketing Unauthorized Drone Transmitters

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The FCC has issued a Forfeiture Order (FO) calling for HobbyKing to pay a fine of $2,861,128 for marketing drone transmitters that do not comply with FCC rules. An FCC Enforcement Bureau investigation stemmed in part from a 2017 ARRL complaint that HobbyKing was selling drone transmitters that operated on amateur and non-amateur frequencies, in some instances marketing them as amateur radio equ...

AMSAT Partners with University of Maine WiSe-Net Lab to Develop State’s First CubeSat

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The University of Maine Wireless Sensing Laboratory (WiSe-Net Lab) and AMSAT have signed an agreement to collaborate on building and operating MESAT1, Maine’s first small satellite. Carrying an amateur radio payload in addition to science payloads, MESAT1 is set to launch sometime in the next 3 years under NASA’s CubeSat Launch Initiative (CSLI), which provides opportunities for nanosatellite s...

Hurricane Watch Net Activates for Hurricane Hanna

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The Hurricane Watch Net (HWN) has activated for Hurricane Hanna, the first hurricane of the Atlantic Hurricane season. The storm is poised to make landfall along the Gulf of Mexico. A Category 1 storm, Hanna has maximum sustained winds of 75 MPH. As of 1200 UTC, the storm was about 90 miles east-northeast of Port Mansfield, Texas, and about 100 miles east-southeast of Corpus Christi, Texas.

“The...

ARRL Board Meets in Remote Electronic Meeting

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Due to travel and gathering restrictions in place because of the coronavirus pandemic, the ARRL Board of Directors met on Friday, July 17, 2020 in a remote session, using the Zoom videoconferencing platform.

During this session, the Board took the following actions:

  • Accepted the final recommendations of the Band Planning Committee. Committee chair and ARRL First Vice President Mike Raisbeck, K1TW...

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.

 

High School Marine Buoy Transmitter Now Active on 20-Meter WSPR

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Phil Karn, KA9Q; Randy Standke, KQ6RS, and members of the Mount Carmel High School Amateur Radio Club (MCHSARC) in San Diego have constructed and deployed an amateur radio marine buoy in the Pacific. The buoy, which transmits WSPR on 14.0956 MHz USB, has already been heard around the continental US, Brazil, Hawaii, Japan, Costa Rica, Australia, and South Africa.

“Over the past year, Randy and I ...

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