ARISS to Celebrate 20th Anniversary with SSTV Event

The Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) program is planning a slow-scan television (SSTV) event starting on Thursday, July 20, and continuing for 2 days, to commemorate its 20th anniversary. Transmissions, set to get under way around 2125 UTC, will feature 12 images from past and present ARISS activities. The SSTV signal should be available nearly anywhere on the globe at s…

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Shop AmazonSmile on Prime Day, and Amazon Donates to ARRL

Amazon Prime Day is here! Deals start at 9 PM ET on July 10 and run through July 11. Prime Day is one of the biggest shopping days of the year. As you browse the great deals available exclusively to Amazon Prime members, we invite you to shop at AmazonSmile, choosing the ARRL as your charity of choice.

With every qualifying purchase you make through AmazonSmile, Amazon will make a contribution …

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The August Issue of Digital QST is Now Available!

The August edition of Digital QST is nowavailable for viewing on your desktop or laptop. Click hereto view the issue. It is also available for reading on your Apple, Android, or KindleFire devices.

● Get ready for the Total Eclipse QSO Party.

● Build a companion SSB transmitter for theWA3TFS SDR receiver.

● Learn how to spend your feed line dollars wisely.

● See what happened at the 2017 DaytonHamv…

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Amateur Radio Volunteers in British Columbia Reported Assisting Relief Agencies

Radio Amateurs of Canada (RAC) reports that it’s monitoring the wildfire situation in British Columbia. RAC reports that acting British Columbia/Yukon Section Manager Bill Gipps, VE7XS, has advised that Amateur Radio Emergency Service teams have not yet been called out, and that the wildfire situation “has not become a communications event.” A state of emergency has been declared in Canada‚Äôs we…

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