The monthly newsletter of the International Amateur Radio Union Region 1 Monitoring Service (IARUMS) typically makes for some interesting reading. While the reports that come from more than two dozen contributors in Europe and Africa can be a bit visually dense, the content conveys the impression that that there are myriad intruders on the Amateur Radio bands. However, not all of them are illeg…
The IARUMS Region 1 Newsletter August 2017 is now availabe. Click here!
For three years the RSGB EMC Committee has been investigating the problems of interference from VDSL broadband on the HF amateur bands and lobbying for action to reduce the problem. It has a lot of historic data, but both Ofcom and Openreach contend that 150 reports from 50,000 amateurs are not indicative of a major […]
On his web site Martin G8JNJ says about 50% of his amateur radio friends are currently suffering severe interference from Broadband internet VDSL services that are carried by conventional copper phone lines
For the full article, http://www.southgatearc.org/news/2017/august/vdsl-drive-by-interference-monitoring-system.htm
It was a now-familiar story in the July edition of the International Amateur Radio Union Region 1 (IARU R1) Monitoring System (IARUMS) newsletter, which reports that Radio Eritrea and Radio Ethiopia are still slugging it out i the 40-meter phone band. IARU Region 1 includes Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Northern Asia.
“The hostile brothers were daily active on 7,150 and 7,175 kHz,” said I…
The IARU-R1 Monitoring System newsletter reports Radio Eritrea and Radio Ethiopia are still operating in the 40m band on 7150 and 7175 kHz
The IARUMS Region 1 Newsletter July 2017 is now available. Click here!