The Turtle and D4C

Interesting article referring to why the Contest Team D4C has adopted the Caretta caretta Turtle as animal accompanying this project.

Article here

HB9DUR goes DR9A again


I will be again Guest Op at DR9A on 1 & 2 October during the IARU R1 432MHz & up Contest

HB9EOU Ludo will join as well as additional HB9 Guest-op

QTH : JN48eq “Hohloh” northern Black Forrest, 988 m a.s.l

Bands : 70 cm, 23 cm, 13 cm, 10 GHz
– 70cm 750 W and several antennas, including 8 x 23 yagi group
– 23cm 500 W and several antennas, 2 x 6 x 23 yagi group
– 13cm 75 W 1,6m dish
– 10GHz 13 W 1m dish

We will be on 432.292 MHz and 1296.272 MHz.
For skeds please contact us on ON4KST chat

Do you want to make the game more interesting?
We will upload live scores to during the contest!

Home page:

HPE CU and GL in the contest!



“RF Seismograph” Improved to Better Reflect Band Activity

Coastal Ham Radio

The Scanning RF Seismograph, a real-time HF propagation-monitoring tool developed by the MDSR Team and Alex Schwarz, VE7DXW, now can show both combined band noise and activity and just band activity. The RF Seismograph, which covers 80, 40, 30, 20, 15, and 10 meters, is a project of the North Shore Amateur Radio Club (NSARC).

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