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The Chair of the IARU Region 1 Youth Working Group, Lisa Leenders PA2LS, has been updating the Youngsters On The Air Month page.
During December several countries will become active with YOTA as the suffix for the call sign. The idea for this is to break the ice for some youngsters and take the microphone in the hand. As seen over the years the YOTA-group is growing fast and every week more youngsters are asking to participate
They report there will be 35 or more special callsigns active this year!
As well as Europe there are special calls from Africa, Asia and even the Caribbean.
A big thanks to everyone who has put her/his time into this event! Together we can make YOTA even bigger!
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Ham College is a show for those new to the hobby and those wishing to get into Amateur Radio. But us old guys should find it a good review and probably learn some things we missed (or forgot) the first time around.
We'll help you study for your Amateur license exam and cover topics to get you up to speed and having fun.
If the pilot turns out good and draws enough interest, this show will be coming in 2015.
While the show covers FCC licensing, much of the content should be applicable in other areas of the world.
Pilot Episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhtMxz-BLzo
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26 November, 2014
CW: 28040 24920 21040 18098 14040 10114 7030 3530 kHz
SSB: 28560 28460 24950 21260 18128 14260 7055 3760 kHz
AF-017; 3B9, Rodrigues Island: Johnny/SM6JBC is QRV from Rodrigues as 3B9JB from November 26th to December 2nd (WLOTA 4265) on HF in
SSB and PSK. QSL via Homecall (d/B).
AN-007; VP8, South Georgia Island: Mike/GM0HCQ/VP8CMH will operate as VP8SGK from November 27th to 29th from South Georgia Island on
the HF bands in SSB. QSL via GM0CHQ (direct), LoTW and eQSL.
NA-134; OX, Greenland's Coastal Islands North West: Bo/OZ1DJJ will
be QRV as OX3LX from Udkiggen Island (WLOTA 0625, WW Loc. GP39ff)
on all HF bands from November 26th to December 1st. 2m EME is also
planned. QSL via OZ1PIF (d), (L).
OC-029; V7, Ratak Chain: Tim/NL8F returns to the Marshall Islands and will operate as V73TM from November 26th to December 3rd from Majuro Island. QSL via K8NA (d) or LoTW.
OC-042; DU1/DU2/DU3/DU4, Luzon Island: Serge/R7KW and Oleg/YL3JM will operate as DU3/homecall from November 24th to December 2nd from Luzon Island, mostly in CW and a little RTTY in holiday style. This operation includes an entry in the CQWW CW contest. From November 25 to 27 they are attempting to activate Corregidor Island (OC-244). QSL via K2PF, Clublog.
SA-006; PJ4, Bonaire Island: Alex/DL1NX will operate from Bonaire in
holiday style from November 25th to December 2nd and operate as
PJ4/DL1NX. QSL via Homecall (d/B), LoTW.
Compiled by Friedrich, DL4BBH
Deutscher Amateur Radio Club
Don Dashney VE3RM (SK) and George Spencer VE3AGS (SK) appointed to Hall of Fame
The Board of Trustees of the Canadian Amateur Radio Hall of Fame is pleased to appoint Don Dashney VE3RM (SK) of L'Orignal, ON and George Spencer VE3AGS (SK) of Jordan (St. Catherines), ON to the Hall of Fame for 2014. The families of the two appointees will receive this postumous award in early 2015. A summary of their contributions to amateur radio will be published in The Canadian Amateur magazine. Both appointees are Silent Keys.
The appointments are to recognize amateurs for outstanding achievement and for sustained service to amateur radio in Canada, or amateur radio at large. The Board of Trustees consists of an amateur radio representative from each province of Canada, appointed by the Directors of Radio Amateurs of Canada..
Ed Frazer VE7EF
Chair, Board of Trustees
Canadian Amateur Radio Hall of Fame
Radio Amateurs of Canada