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Os lo paso sin traducir, son webs recientes de varios temas de DX y varios de la radio, vale la pena visitarlos:

 

You can download the Winter 2018 issue of the INDEX newsletter here:

http://indexa.org/documents/newsletters/Newsletter-Issue-120-Winter%202018.pdf

Inspired by OH3UU, Risto, and PY2YP, Cesar, a new “Point-to-Point Window” is now available for VOACAP to help “know your window of opportunity to work DX!” For more details check out “the official VOACAP Blog” at http://voacap.blogspot.com.br.

 

>From CQ’s page, http://cqnewsroom.blogspot.com, CQ says their Hall of Fame nominations are due March 1, with much more detail.

 

Z60A pictures are available from G3TXF’s recent brief Kosovo visit:

http://www.g3txf.com/dxtrip/Z60A-Jan-18/Z60A-Jan-18.html

 

Space Weather News for February 5 reports on the solar minimum “right  around the corner.”  http://spaceweather.com and  https://www.facebook.com/spaceweatherdotcom.  Sunspot counts are at an

almost 10-year low.

 

The ARRL has announced a mobile DXCC operating award:

http://www.arrl.org/news/arrl-announces-mobile-dxcc-operating-award.

I still remember working Japan on CW while driving through Kentucky with a CW key strapped to my leg.

 

W4HM is a retired space and terrestrial meteorologist with 44 years of forecasting experience.  His not for profit daily HF radio wave propagation forecast is for hams and SWLs:  thomasfgiella@gmail.com.

“Supporting images associated with this daily HF radio wave propagation forecast” can also be seen on his Facebook account:

https://www.facebook.com/thomasfranklingiellaw4hm and at http://lists.contesting.com/mailman/listinfo/spaceweather without the images.  There are also some images on his Twitter account:

https://twitter.com/GiellaW4hm.

 

Hawaii’s recent erroneous nuclear missile alert showed society’s reliance on cellular phones and other modern technology and shows the issues involved when comms become unreliable.  This video story apparently from “NBC News” notes the role of “an unlikely group of hobbyists, ham radio operators” in “standing at the ready and [who] may save us all.”  Including in the story are appearances by KH6YY, KH7U, AH6RY and other Hawaiian hams.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dO09aMGMizM&feature=youtu.be.

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