This Week in Amateur Radio #1022
Release Date: September 29, 2018
Here is a summary of the news trending this week. This week’s edition is anchored by:
Don Hulick, K2ATJ, Amy Jo Clarke, Fred Fitte, NF2F, Rich Lawrence, KB2MOB, George W2XBS, and Jessica Bowen, KC2VWX.
Produced and edited by W2XBS.
Running Time: 1:26:23
Download here: http://bit.ly/TWIAR1022
Trending stories in this weeks bulletin service:
1. Sweden’s Telecommunications Regulatory Agency to Require Fee to Run More than 200 W
2. Philippine Amateur Radio Association Activates HERO for Typhoon Mangkhut
3. VP6D Ducie Island 2018 DXpedition to Offer Near Real-Time Contact Posting
4. Window to Submit Proposals to Host Contacts with Space Station Crew Opens October 1
5. FCC Enforcement Advisory Targets Noncompliant Imported VHF/UHF Transceivers
6. Scouting’s 2018 Jamboree on the Air Set for October 19 – 21
7. Get Your Park ON Operating Event Set for October
8. ARRL Foundation Invites Scholarship Applications for 2019-2020 Academic Year
9. HamSCI Expanding to the Southern Hemisphere
10. Emergency Preparedness Takes Center Stage for 2018 Simulated Emergency Test
11. Puerto Rico amateurs beef up their emergency preparedness and start new nets
12. Radio City announces that it will shutter its doors and the owners will retire
13. New beta version of WSJT-X 2.0 is released and boasts many new features
Plus these Special Features This Week:
Technology News and Commentary with Leo Laporte, W6TWT
Working Amateur Radio Satellites with Bruce Paige, KK5DO
Foundations of Amateur Radio with Onno Benschop VK6FLAB
RAIN: What Is Real Ham Radio? A Commentary..
FCC: “More Than Seven Dirty Words” : This Is Not A Drill
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