Tuesday, 29 April 2014

QSL Card to DK5KF for NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Juno Project

Amateur radio operators sent a very slow CW (1/25 WPM) to NASA’s Juno spacecraft during its Earth flyby on October 9, 2013.

Hams sent “HI” every 10 minutes as Juno approached Earth, and the message was clearly detected several times.

The Juno team confirmed that more than 1400 radio hams participated, representing all seven continents.

Juno QSL cards have been sent out to those radio amateurs who participated in the Juno Earth flyby experiment. [more...]

Saturday, 5 April 2014

PJ4H now on air -

 German DXpedition to Bonaire in the Caribbean Netherlands IOTA SA-006
5th April 2014 to 18th April 2014

Operators: DK7AN, DJ2VO, DL3KMS
Grid Square: FK52ud


Locca Tracker - (APRS for everybody)

Thursday, 3 April 2014

RemoteHamRadio On the air from anywhere. Big stacks. Kilowatts of power. DX has never been closer.

Remote Ham Radio

dx coffee:New callsigns: C7A & 4Y1A World Meteorological Day or International Civil Aviation Day

Vienna International Amateur Radio Club (VIARC) proudly announces that VIARC will operate stations under newly releasedcallsigns of C7A and 4Y1A as a host institute. The callsign block C7A-C7Z is allocated to World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and 4YA-4YZ is to International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). VIARC is operating a UN amateur radio station with the callsign 4U1VIC at Vienna International Centre which hosts numerous UN organizations and other international organizations. [more...]