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Operating Notes: POTA, Friday, June 14: Beautiful day, 45 contacts

Where: US-3315, Island Lake Recreation Area (near Brighton, MI) When: 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm (1830 – 2230 UTC) Who: I was solo today. Weather: Sunny, low 80s, BEAUTIFUL! Rig: Elecraft KX-3, 66-ft. doublet antenna The traffic was really bad on the way to US-3315 on Friday. Part of the reason for this is that […] […]

RSGB Yearbook Editor vacancy

The RSGB is looking for an individual to take on the complex role of Editor of the annual RSGB Yearbook, following the retirement of the previous Editor. This is a paid post, working part time from home for a few months each year, and is offered as a f… […]

July 2024 – Strategic priorities update

Moving forward with Growth The Board recently spent an afternoon visiting RSGB Headquarters, meeting staff and gaining a more detailed understanding of the work of this professional team. Later that day, the Board received training from members of the … […]

ICQ Podcast Episode 432 – Dayton Hamvention 2024 Part 2

In this episode, I joined Martin Butler M1MRB, Caryn Eve Murray KD2GUT, Edmund Spicer M0MNG, and Ed Durrant DD5LP to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. The topics we discuss in this episode include: ARRL Affiliated Club in MS Donates 3D Printer, Books, to Local Library In Midst of Cyclone, Man Missing for […] […]

ARRL Teachers Institute Kicks Off Summer Cohorts

Teachers are gathered from around the United States to learn about amateur radio, and how to use it in their classrooms as part of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. The 2024 cohorts of the ARRL Teachers Institute (TI) … […]