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New Ham Bands Spring to Life; Veteran LF Experimenter Denied Amateur Access to 2200 Meters
ARRL
Amateur Radio's two newest bands came to life on Friday the 13th. Both 630 meters (472-479 kHz) and 2200 meters (135.7-137.8 kHz) bands now are available to radio amateurs who have notified the Utilities Technology Council (UTC) of their intention to ...


The Union of Grass Valley

Nevada County Amateur Radio Services operators assist in fire emergencies
The Union of Grass Valley
Representing Nevada County Amateur Radio Services and with the approval of the county Office of Emergency Services, Jason Eaton (KJ6HNP) and Cal McKitrick (AI6MC) responded to the Red Cross request for assistance at the First Baptist Church shelter ...


ARRL

Amateur Radio Facilitates Another Patient Evacuation on Puerto Rico
ARRL
“Force of 50” volunteer Val Hotzfeld, NV9L, reported from Puerto Rico today (October 15) that Amateur Radio volunteers on Culebra and in Fajardo — Jeremy Dougherty, NS0S, and Matthey Gonter, AC4MG — made it possible for physicians at the two ...

 




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