Wide-band WebSDR via JO32KF

I’m currently listening to emcomm traffic in and out of Nepal on 14.205. You should at the very least go look at this page. Pretty awesome use of Software Defined Radio! 73 de WB5ULK…   On this page you can listen to and control a short-wave receiver located at the amateur radio club ETGD at…

SCARS Weekly Newsletter, April 27, 2015

Times They Are A Changin’ . . . Texting and Driving Legislation and Why It Matters To You . . . Amateur Radio Payload Could Share Space on Geostationary Satellite . . . Advanced Storm Spotter Training – Archive . . . 2015 West Gulf Division Annual Awards  . . . Upcoming Hamfests within 250 miles _…_._ Times…

Logbook of the World Status – 4/24/15

04/24/2015 ARRL’s Logbook of The World has been experiencing intermittent outages.  The team is aware of the problem and asks that if you find you are unable to get into LoTW, try back at a later time.  We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience while we work through this. via Log.

SCARS Weekly Newsletter, April 20, 2015

Bringing Good Stuff to the Front Page This Week For those of you who don’t ‘click through’ to some of the more static information on the Blog, I’m bringing useful miscellaneous stuff to the Front Page.  This is ALWAYS available by clicking on “Nets, Links, and Other Stuff” in the Masthead of the blog. Have a…

ARES Net Report, 4/14/2015 – Cleveland County, Oklahoma

Submitted by WX5MOR (thanks Gayland!) 31 check-ins, which included 2 courtesy. 3 announcements:  W5DOH with information on the Monday 6m net; NJ3D with info on the Gossip Net; and WG5T with info on the Wednesday 10m net. Training was by Gayland with 5 observations from the March 25th wind/tornado event in Moore: Spotters are critical…