Release Date: January 27, 2024
Here is a summary of the news trending This Week in Amateur Radio. This week’s edition is anchored by Denny Haight, NZ8D, Dave Wilson, WA2HOY, Don Hulick, K2ATJ, William Savacool, K2SAV, Bob Donlon, W3BOO, Chris Perrine, KB2FAF, Marvin Turner, W0MET, Patrick Huba, N2WWW, George Bowen, W2XBS, and Jessica Bowen, KC2VWX.
Produced and edited by George Bowen, W2XBS.
Approximate Running Time: 2:06:05
Trending headlines in this week’s bulletin service:
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Trending headlines in this week’s bulletin service
- AMSAT: All-Ham Axiom Crew Launched For Commercial Visit To The International Space Station
- AMSAT: Satellite Shorts From All Over
- WIA: WRC-2023 Final Acts Document Signed
- ARRL: ARRL Board Approves Free Membership For Students, New Vice Presidents Elected – PART ONE
- ARRL: ARRL January Board Meeting Actions (Continued) – PART TWO
- ARRL: ARRL January Board Meeting Actions (Continued) – PART THREE
- FCC: Webinar Showcases Overview of FCC Experimental Licensing Program
- DX: SouthWest Ohio DX Association DX Dinner Announced For Dayton HamVention
- ARRL: YLISSB Celebrates 61 Years On the Air
- ARRL: Doctor Philip Erickson, W1PJE, New Director Of MIT Haystack Observatory
- ARRL: 75th Anniversary Of The US Being Gifted 40 & 8 Merci Train Boxcars
- ARRL: Amateur Radio Volunteers Are Needed For The 2024 Boston Marathon
- ARRL: Amateur Radio On The International Space Station News
- IEEE Article Credits Amateur Radio For The Current Wireless Revolution
- Amateurs Asked To Participate In ROTA – Racing On The Air
- Humanitarian Effort In The Ukraine Is Assisted With Donations Of Radios For Communication
- Youth Outreach To Be Performed By RSGB Volunteers In The UK
- Creator Of Network Time Protocol Dave Mills, W3HCF – SK
- Summits On The Air Chaser, KU4R, Bob Warden, SK
- 8R7X DxPedition To Guyana Is A Go
- AMSAT: AMSAT Responds To The Planned Decommissioning Of The IO-117 Satellite GreenCube
- FCC: The FCC Will Add Vehicles and Personnel For Pirate Radio Enforcement
- Ghostbusters Producers Worry About Cosplayers Using New Baofeng Radios In The New Movie
- Upcoming Contests and Conventions Listing
- AMSAT: AMSAT Seeks Volunteers To Assist With Its Booth At The Upcoming 2024 Orlando HamCation
- ARRL: ARRL Is Now Publisher Of Gordon West, WB6NOA License Manuals
- ARRL: Mississippi Amateur Radio Club Makes Large Donation To The Mississippi Library System
- ARRL: Radio Help Wanted: Must Like Geysers, Bison, and Helicopter Rides
- ARRL: 30th Annual Dayton Contest Dinner Is Announced For Upcoming HamVention
Plus these Special Features This Week:
- Our technology reporter Leo Laporte, will discuss why you should regulary back up your data.
- Working Amateur Radio Satellites with Bruce Paige, KK5DO – AMSAT Satellite News
- Foundations of Amateur Radio with Onno Benschop VK6FLAB, will talk about the New Arrangements For Amateur Radio In Australia.
- The DX Corner with Bill Salyers, AJ8B with news on DXpeditions, DX, upcoming contests and more.
- Weekly Propagation Forecast from the ARRL
- Will Rogers, K5WLR, returns with another edition of A Century of Amateur Radio. This week, will sets The Wayback Machine to the early 1900’s when amateur radio clubs were first getting organized.
- Part One of an interview with Gordon West, WB6NOA as he relates for the first time, how he began his amateur radio career. Eric Guth 4Z1UG conducts this interview from 2019.
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