The level of public liability cover provided under the insurance policy offered free to affiliated clubs and RAYNET groups has been doubled from £5m to £10m with immediate effect. The new schedule can be downloaded here. Please note that Membership login is required.
On Sunday afternoon, it was discovered that the Logbook of The World server at ARRL HQ was involved in a denial of service attack that disrupted operations. The ARRL IT Department identified the source and is continuing work on eliminating the threat. There may be intermittent disruptions of the Logbook service while the ultimate fix […]
The International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) Administrative Council has called upon International Telecommunication Union (ITU) signatory nations to take steps to ensure that the operation of “electrical apparatus or installations of any kind, including power and telecommunication distribution networks,” does not cause harmful interference to Amateur Radio operations. The Council adopted a reso...
The Manfred Memorial Moon Mission (4M) lunar flyby experiment, which will carry an Amateur Radio payload, is set to launch from China, attached to the final stage of a Chinese Long March 3C rocket. The launch will take place within a narrow window on October 23, with lunar flyby to occur, nominally, on October 28. […]
Amateur Radio volunteers activated on opposite ends of the US late last week and over the weekend as separate hurricanes struck Bermuda and Hawaii. Both regions were prepared and fared well with no deaths, serious injuries, or major property damage reported.Hurricane GonzaloHurricane Gonzalo, the stronger of the two storms, was a Category 3 hurricane when […]
The ARRL Centennial W1AW portable operations taking place throughout 2014 from each of the 50 states are now in Alabama and Michigan. They will transition at 0000 UTC on Wednesday, October 22 (the evening of October 21 in US time zones), to West Virginia (W1AW/8) and Nevada (W1AW/7). W1AW/KH0 also will be active until October […]
Solar activity declined this week, with average daily sunspot numbers going from 98 last week to 55.1 in the week ending Wednesday, October 15. Average daily solar flux went from 131.9 to 117.4.Average planetary A index rose from 6.4 to 10.4. The most unsettled geomagnetic day was Tuesday, October 14, when the planetary A index […]
The International Amateur Radio Union (IARU) Administrative Council (AC) has called upon ITU signatory nations to take steps to ensure that the operation of 'electrical apparatus or installations of any kind, including power and telecommunication distribution networks,' does not cause harmful interference to Amateur Radio operations
Scouts from 1st.Brussels (British) Scouts voluntarily participated at a youth-oriented EmComm Exercise and Red-Cross Community Preparedness Demonstration on Sunday the 19th. of October 2014 during 2014 JOTA-JOTI
After delivering almost 5,000 pounds of supplies and experiments to the International Space Station during a month-long stay, the SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft is set to leave the orbital laboratory on Saturday, Oct. 25
Time is rushing past now and the Jamboree is now less than two weeks away! It’s time to put the pedal to the metal if you want to save some money by pre-booking your tickets via the http://cvwoc.co.uk website paying by Paypal for your safety and convenience. Advanced booking will close on Friday 15th […]
Hi everyone, here we are in February 2014 and thinking about the 2014 event in August. After the weather we have had to endure for the last few weeks, with more of the same to come, we are already praying for a warm and sunny event in August, we all deserve that at least. The […]
Show and Shine Results 2013: Super Class Simon Surridge- Pastel White 1968 Bay Window. Standard Air Cooled Car 1936-1978 1st- Martin Curtis-White 1967 Beetle. 2nd- Jason Bateman- Red 1969 Beetle. Modified Air Cooled Car 1936-1978 1st- Nick Quince- Red 1969 Beetle. 2nd- Matt Edwards- Silver 1956 Oval Beetle. Best Splitscreen 1st-Barry […]