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Bad news from the Bouvet DXpedition team

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The team have been forced to abandon the DXpedition and are now on the long
voyage back to Punta Arenas

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Clarification of the Z60A LOTW upload timing

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The complete Z60A log will be uploaded approximately four weeks after the
current activation

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RSGB talk at Chelmsford

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Keith Haynes G3WRO, the RSGB Region-12 Manager, will give a talk "RSGB:
Past, Present and Future" at the Chelmsford Amateur Radio Society on
Tuesday, February 6

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ICQ Podcast Episode 259 - RF Safety

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In this episode, Martin M1MRB is joined by Leslie Butterfield G0CIB,
Matthew Nassau M0NJX, and Bill Barnes N3JIX to discuss the latest Amateur /
Ham Radio news. Colin M6BOY rounds up the news in brief, and this episode’s
feature is RF Safety by Bill Barnes (N3JIX)

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Practicing for disaster

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Radio amateurs and various agencies came together at the Copperas Cove
Civic Center in central Texas on Saturday, January 27 to deal with a mock
disaster

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Ofcom update on making spectrum in the 3.6GHz to 3.8GHz band available for
mobile services

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This band is currently used for fixed links, fixed satellite services and
wireless solutions, and is part of the band identified as the primary band
for 5G services in Europe

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ES100, Estonian Special Event

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Look for 15 special event stations to be active until March 31st, using the
prefix ES100 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Republic of Estonia

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DXCC Country/Entity Report

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According to the Amateur Radio Cluster Network for the week of Sunday, 28th
January, through Sunday, 4th February there were 218 countries active

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IOTA news from OPDX

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Weekly IOTA News - compiled by Tedd Mirgliotta, KB8NW, editor of the
Ohio/Penn DX Bulletin
Gareth's Downstairs Computer
2018-02-05 13:40:27 UTC
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RSGB talk at Chelmsford
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Past, Present and Future" at the Chelmsford Amateur Radio Society on
Tuesday, February 6
Is there any future for them, for they used to claim to be representing
all UK radio amateurs and shortwave listerners, but now they operate
a selective blackballing for subscriptions to their discussion groups;
a blackballing whose criteria seem vague and uncertain and which are
not appliied equally to all applicants?

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