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International Marconi Day 2019 is April 27 (UTC)
Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

Some 70 stations have registered to take part in the 2019 International Marconi Day (IMD) observance on Saturday, April 27 (UTC). Registered stations will operate at sites with a personal connection to wireless pioneer Guglielmo Marconi, including sites at which he set up transmitting and receiving stations. The 24-hour Amateur Radio event celebrates the birth of Marconi on April 25, 1874, and ...

 

IARU Argues for Protection from Wireless Power Transfer Spurious Emissions
Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

 

Past CQ Magazine DX Editor John Attaway, K4IIF, SK
Posted on Wednesday April 24, 2019

The past DX editor of CQ Magazine, John Attaway, K4IIF, of Winter Haven, Florida, died on April 15. He was 88. He served at CQ Amateur Radio magazine for 20 years, and it was Attaway who conceived of a DX Hall of Fame, which was established in 1967 to recognize outstanding DXers. Professionally, Attaway pursued a career as a research chemist, focusing on the then-nascent field of flavor chemist...

 

Three BIRDS Constellation CubeSats Delivered to ISS for Orbital Deployment
Posted on Tuesday April 23, 2019

A Cygnus resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) on April 11 also delivered three CubeSats of the BIRDS-3 constellation and three other CubeSats. The BIRDS-3 constellation is a project of students at the Kyushu Institute of Technology. The additional CubeSats include Swiatowid, KrakSat, and EntrySat.

All BIRDS-3 CubeSats are of the same design and have been coordinated to opera...

 

Faster, More Contest-Friendly FT4 Digital Protocol to Debut in a Week
Posted on Monday April 22, 2019

 


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The purpose and mission of the Decatur County Amateur Radio Club is to promote the hobby of amateur radio. The club accomplishes this by assisting those who are new to amateur radio, offering license testing, and promoting fellowship among amateur radio operators. The club supports the Amateur’s Code of 1928.