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ARISS contact planned for Los Angeles, USA
An International Space Station. contact has been planned for astronaut Shane Kimbrough KE5HOD with Council of State Science Supervisors, Los Angeles, CA USA

Hackaday: Amateur Radio Digital Modes
Dan Maloney KC1DJT writes on Hackaday about some of the digital modes used by radio amateurs

February RSGB Board Proceedings
The RSGB Board Proceedings for February 18 have been released, they note Membership was marginally up on February 1, a mailshot of non-members and a ring round of lapsed members was planned

Foundations of Amateur Radio - Episode 94
With propagation at an all time low, amplifiers are out in force and QRP is relegated to second class citizen status, but is that really warranted and what does this mean for holders of introductory Amateur Radio licenses

ISWL Callsigns for April
The following ISWL club callsigns will be used throughout the month of April 2017

VK6WIA - NewsWest for Sunday, 26 March 2017
In this news, we wrap up an exciting week in Amateur Radio with the John Moyle Memorial Field Day. We also have an update on HARGfest, some news about Don VK6DN and Roy VK6XV, the WA VHF Group, the Directors Corner, the Helpline and a new segment, the Soapbox in which you can share your views and opinions on a topic of interest to Radio Amateurs in Western Australia

Ham radio club will celebrate 40th anniversary
On April 17, 1977 twenty two radio amateurs met at the Hillsboro Farm Bureau Conference Room to form the Highland Amateur Radio Association (HARA)

DXCC Country/Entity Report
According to the Amateur Radio Cluster Network for the week of Friday, 17th March, through Friday, 24th March there were 233 countries active

Propagation de K7RA
The sun just finished an extended period (16 days) of zero sunspots.

AM and CW on ANZAC Day, 25th April 2017
The traditional AM and CW event organised by Mike 'Banjo' Patterson VK4MIK and the Tablelands Radio Group of Far North Queensland, will again take to the air for the 7th year

Kids Event at Glasgow Scottish Hamcon May 7th
The amateur group will be coordinating an electronics/computing event for young persons at the first Scottish Hamcom in Glasgow on May 7th

SteppIR founder Mike K7IR visits Essex
In April 2016 SteppIR founder Mike Mertel K7IR visited Waters and Stanton in Essex

EME on BBC Radio 4
Artist Katie Paterson and amateur radio 'Moonbouncer' Peter Blair G3LTF send Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata to the Moon and back on BBC 'Wireless Nights'

Compensation for landline and broadband customers when things go wrong
Landline and broadband customers who suffer slow repairs, or missed deadlines or appointments, would receive money back from their provider, without having to ask, under plans published by Ofcom today

Spain: Regulation on the use of the public radio domain
URE reports that on March 8, 2017 a Regulation on the use of the public radio domain was published in the BOE Royal Decree 123/2017

WIA financial audit continues
The Wireless Institute of Australia (WIA) had closed its office in Bayswater for a time last week to enable work to start on the 2016 financial audit

Radio hams provide hospital emergency comms
The Chicago Tribune reports amateur radio operators keep emergency communication lines open at area hospitals

DX News from the ARRL
The American Radio Relay League's round-up of the forthcoming week's DX activity on the amateur radio bands

IOTA news from the DARC
Compiled by Andreas, DK5ON of the Deutscher Amateur Radio Club