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Jan 13, 2021
Category: Silent Key News
Posted by: W1KMC-Kevin M. Carman
Karen Dean, XYL of WA1JMM George Dean passes after long battle with Alzheimers. Rest easy Karen, we'll miss you.
Aug 6, 2020
Category: Silent Key News
Posted by: W1KMC-Kevin M. Carman
It is with sadness that we inform you that Thomas E. Belvin - WA1LFW has become a Silent Key on August 4th, 2020



Maine section of ARRL news

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This is where to find Amateur Radio News for the State of Maine. It has Testing sessions reported to the Public Information Coordinator K1SEW - Joy Foss. Her information can be found on the right column of the page.



Maine section of ARRL news

The Maine Section of the ARRL website can be found by Clicking Here

This is where to find Amateur Radio News for the State of Maine. It has Testing sessions reported to the Public Information Coordinator K1SEW - Joy Foss. Her information can be found on the right column of the page.



Amateur Logic News Feed

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Ham College 76 - Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 14

01-05-2021 06:00
E3C Radio horizon, ground wave, propagation prediction techniques and modeling, effects of space weather parameters on propagation. 1:01:28
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AmateurLogic 155: Tower Failure Follow Up

17-04-2021 06:00
Pi Pico OLED display. Hamshack Hotline Beyond BLF. FCC licensed by rule radio services and you. Tower failure follow up. New RF Exposure rules updated. Name that part. 1:11:40
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Ham College 75 - Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 13

27-03-2021 06:00
E3B Transequatorial propagation, long-path, grayline, ordinary and extraordinary waves, chordal hop, and sporadic E mechanisms. 55:06
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AmateurLogic 154: What The Heck Are They Saying?

13-03-2021 05:00
What The Heck Are They Saying? George finds out in Translating Foreign Language Shortwave Broadcasts. Mike explores Satsagen spectrum analyzer and signal generator software. Tommy deploys his MFJ power strip. And John Amodeo, AA6JA is back with an update on the Last Man Standing Special Event. 1:32:59
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Ham College 74 - Extra Class Exam Questions – Part 12

27-02-2021 05:00
E3A Electromagnetic waves: Earth-Moon-Earth communications, meteor scatter, microwave tropospheric and scatter propagation, aurora propagation, ionospheric propagation changes over the day, circular polarization. 55:43
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Amateur Radio Newsline Feed

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The Audio link downloads an mp3 file in the same way (format of Report####.mp3) -- This does not allow listening through the browser tab as some sites do.


Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2270 for Friday April 30, 2021

30-04-2021 10:44

- WRTC POSTPONED UNTIL 2023
- SPECIAL RECOGNITION FOR YOUNGEST CONTESTERS
- LAUNCH PLANNED FOR SATELLITE MADE OF WOOD
- YOUNG RADIO FRIENDS SHARE EVERYTHING, INCLUDING AN HONOR
- SMARTPHONES ANSWER THE CALL OF SOLAR STORMS
- NETS OF NOTE: HAMS CHECK IN TO SHARE SOME 'CABIN FEVER'
- NEWSLINE IN SEARCH OF 2021 YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR
- LESSONS IN HOMEBREW FOR SATELLITE LISTENING
- INTERNATIONAL YL CONTEST HONORS MEMORY OF A FRIEND
- NORWAY RESUMES IN-PERSON LICENSE EXAMS
- WORLD OF DX
- APOLLO 11 ASTRONAUT MICHAEL COLLINS DIES
- KICKER: EARTHBOUND ASTRONAUT OFFERS WELL-GROUNDED OBSERVATIONS

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Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2269 for Friday April 23, 2021

22-04-2021 20:19

- DRONE MAKES 1ST POWERED FLIGHT ON MARS
- REGION 1 YOUTH AMATEUR RADIO CAMP POSTPONED
- EXPERIMENTAL SENSOR SHOWS NOISE-REDUCTION POTENTIAL
- CALIFORNIA AMATEUR HAILED AS 'GPS SLEUTH'
- OREGON UTILITY FUNDS PURCHASE OF SOLAR-POWERED RADIOS
- NEW DISCOVERY FOUND IN FAST-RADIO BURSTS
- SEEKING NOMINATIONS FOR YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR
- DISCOVERING SIMPLEX IN 'LIGHT UP 2 METERS' EVENT
- STRAIGHT KEY CENTURY CLUB PREPS FOR SPRINTATHON
- SWISS AMATEUR SOCIETY SEEKING MENTORS
- AMATEUR RADIO CENSUS PROBES RELEVANT ISSUES
- PRESENTATIONS NEEDED FOR SOUTH AFRICAN SYMPOSIUM
- WORLD OF DX
- KICKER: A VANISHING FRATERNITY OF RADIO REPAIRMEN

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Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2268 for Friday April 16 2021

15-04-2021 20:04

- ISLAND HAMS ON ALERT AMID VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS
- FCC REQUIRES RF EXPOSURE EVALUATIONS STARTING MAY 3
- TENNESSEE REPEATER SYSTEM AIDS STRICKEN HIKER
- HISTORIC SITES BEING ACTIVATED FOR MARCONI DAY
- WRTC PLEDGES TO GO FORWARD WITH BOLOGNA EVENT
- YOUTH CAMP FOR HAMS MOVES AHEAD CAUTIOUSLY
- SEEKING NOMINATIONS FOR YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR
- WSPR SIGNALS CONFIRM DOOMED AIRLINER'S ROUTE
- COMM ACADEMY'S VIRTUAL CONFERENCE A HIT
- TOP HONORS IN GERMANY FOR PIONEER IN HF, SDR
- NORWAY AMATEUR LEAGUE HOLDS DIGITAL GENERAL MEETING
- MEMBERSHIP REBOUNDS IN JAPAN'S RADIO LEAGUE
- KICKER: THE QSL CARD OF A LIFETIME

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Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2267 for Friday April 9 2021

08-04-2021 21:25

- PAIR OF DX GROUPS SET EYES ON BOUVET ISLAND
- ANTARCTIC ASSIGNMENT EVOLVES INTO DXPEDITION
- SILENT KEY: HEXBEAM INNOVATOR WALDI SP7IDX
- JS8CALL DEVELOPER WINS SPECIAL RECOGNITION
- RSGB ANNOUNCES 'FRIENDSHIP ON THE AIR' AWARD
- NOMINATE A YOUNG HAM FOR NEWSLINE'S AWARD
- CONTEST FOR YOUNG HAMS MAKES DEBUT IN REGION 1
- ECHOLINK NET TO MARK WORLD AMATEUR RADIO DAY
- TWO-WAY RADIOS HELP NEW ZEALAND SEARCH AND RESCUE
- CONTEST UNIVERSITY TO BE HELD VIRTUALLY AGAIN
- WORLD OF DX
- KICKER: THE VAGABOND HAM

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Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2266 for Friday April 2 2021

01-04-2021 19:57

- ARCTIC DXPEDITION PACKS UP BENEATH NORTHERN LIGHTS
- 'LAST MAN STANDING' TRIBUTE WRAPS UP ACTIVATION
- IN-PERSON EXAMS TO RESUME IN UK
- ALABAMA TORNADOES HIT HOME FOR ONE AMATEUR
- RECORDINGS AVAILABLE ONLINE FROM HAMSCI EVENT
- WORLDWIDE BALLOON LAUNCHES MARK EQUINOX
- AUSTRALIAN REGULATOR SEEKS INPUT ON 5-YEAR PLAN
- UTAH AMATEURS CELEBRATE CENTENNIAL
- IARU REGION 1 EYES INVOLVEMENT BY YOUNGER GENERATION
- MISSILE RANGE DEEMED VULNERABLE TO INTERFERENCE
- NEW ZEALAND YOUTH NET EXPANDS ITS REACH
- WORLD OF DX
- KICKER: HELPING HIS ALMA MATER GET BACK ON THE AIR

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ARRL News Feed

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Spring Radio Club of America QSO Party is Saturday, May 8

05-05-2021 16:23

The semiannual Radio Club of America (RCA) QSO Party takes place on May 8. “Band conditions are still not their best but we still expect plenty of QSOs,” RCA Executive Vice President Chip Cohen, W1YW, said. “Come join the fun and contact other club hams and the club’s station, W2RCA. All are welcome.” The QSO party is open to RCA members and non-members and is SSB only. Activity begins at 1800 ...


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Very High Speed Club Special Event is Active During May

04-05-2021 16:47

Special event call sign OZ60VHSC will commemorate the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Very High Speed Club (VHSC) on May 1, 1961. Leading the group at its founding were PA0LXL, DL1XA, and DJ4KW, who sought operators who could copy at 40 WPM solid for at least 30 minutes, encouraging CW traffic in general and QRQ (high-speed) traffic in particular. Members sponsor new membership candidat...


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Members of the Potomac Valley Radio Club to Activate NSS for Armed Forces Day

04-05-2021 16:41

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Intrepid-DX Group Adds a Second Physician to Bouvet Island DXpedition Team

04-05-2021 16:34

“Bouvet is like the Mount Everest of DXCC entities,” 3Y0J DXpedition co-leader Paul Ewing, N6PSE, said. “It is among the most challenging entities to activate due to significant transportation costs and personal sacrifices required by the team to make the 42-day round trip. Fortunately, Bouvet is not our first mountain.”

Ewing reports that Mike Crownover, AB5EB, a veteran emergency room physicia...


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Nationwide Spring Drill Set for May 8, World Red Cross Day

03-05-2021 14:46

The Red Cross Emergency Communication Training Group is holding its nationwide Spring Drill on World Red Cross Day, Saturday, May 8, 2021. Individuals are invited to participate. Last year, more than 1,000 participated in the initial spring drill.

The bar has been raised to Winlink proficiency for this year’s drill. Red Cross forms are integrated as templates in Winlink Express, and hams using W...


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