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Indonesian pirates on 7 MHz

The new IARU Region 1 Monitoring System free newsletter reports many Indonesian pirates were heard on December 30 in 7000-7040 kHz USB/LSB
For the full article, http://www.southgatearc.org/news/2018/january/indonesian-pirates-on-7-mhz.htm

January 2018 QST Debuts Fresh, New Design

QST — ARRL’s monthly member journal — is more than a century old, and with the major exception of color printing throughout the magazine starting in December 2000, it’s remained mostly unchanged for the past couple of decades. Starting with the January 2018 issue of QST, now available to members in digital form, several noticeable changes are being made to the journal’s format, design, and si…

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The January Edition of Digital QST is Now Available!

The January edition of Digital QST is now available for viewing on your desktop or laptop. Click here to view the issue. It is also available for reading on your Apple, Android, or Kindle Fire device.

● Build the Pine Board Project.

● Try a low-distortion digital audio oscillator.

● Join the FT8 revolution.

● Repurpose your station for satellite operating.

…and much more!

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ITU-R celebrates 90 years

The International Telecommunications Union celebrated 90 years of ITU-Radiocommunications study groups on 21 November 2017. A 90th anniversary celebration issue of the ITUNews magazine can be downloaded (65-page/11.5MB PDF). Also, ITU HQ station 4U1ITU will be active in the CQ World Wide DX CW contest. QSL via operators’ instructions.

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The December Edition of Digital QST is Now Available!

The December edition of Digital QST is now available for viewing on your desktop or laptop. Click here to view the issue. It is also available for reading on your Apple, Android, or Kindle Fire device.

● See the 2017 ARRL Field Day results.

● Build a microprocessor-controlled antenna rotator.

● Learn how weather might be a factor in 6-meter sporadic-E band openings.

● Read the preliminary results of Amateur Radio tests during the 2017 solar eclipse.

…and much more!

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