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Latest Amateur Radio News from around the world
  1. Australia's radio amateurs are no longer forced to change call sign when they upgrade to a higher level of licence or move to a different part of the country
  2. In the 1980s a new generation of pirate radio stations exploded on to Britain's FM airwaves. Unlike their seafaring swinging 60s forerunners, these pirates broadcast from London's estates and tower blocks to create a platform for black music in an era when it was shut out by legal radio and ignored by the mainstream music industry
  3. Radio Amateurs of Canada recognizes deserving Amateurs by appointments to the Canadian Amateur Radio Hall of Fame
  4. There's an incredible amount of radio signals. It's impossible to know them all, let alone recognize them. So why not get help from SignalID?
  5. Weekly IOTA News - compiled by Andreas, DK5ON of the Deutscher Amateur Radio Club
  6. The U3A, an organisation aimed at older people, is holding an online meeting for amateur radio operators on August 13 from 2-3pm
  7. There's no longer any doubt. Solar Cycle 25 is coming to life
  8. Eire's communications regulator ComReg has published their response and decision to the consultation on managment of radio spectrum interference complaints
  9. RSM have released details of how to apply for a licence to supply Radio Transmitters and obligations for a permitted person to supply unrestricted two-way radios
  10. The Hurdy Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio was set up in the Martello Tower at Abbey Street in Howth, Co. Dublin by the late Pat Herbert in 2003