Date: March 22, 2021
Time: 07:25 GMT
Freq: 14020 KHz
QTH: Bol’shoy Begichev Island. Russia.
MARCH 21 – Outside temperature is -35C (it’s not been above -30C on this trip). Minor problems occur with generators and stove (fuel hoses burst from frost). One working tent is set up to get some...
Pia Wurster from class 8 recently acquired her amateur radio license. She is the youngest radio amateur in Germany who, at the age of 12, directly acquired the highest amateur radio license class. Your worldwide unique call sign: DL7PIA. Operator of DB0YOTA (2020).
Date: December 30, 2020
Time: 12:20 GMT
Freq: 7163 KHz
QTH: Hamburg, Germany.
There are high...
Novice, Technician or Extra--start off right, where just about every awards hunter begins, with the Rag Chewers Club certificate, which encourages friendly, meaningful contacts, rather than the impersonal hello-goodbye QSO. "Chew the rag" for at least 1/2 hour, and report that QSO to RCC HQ.
Audio recorded remotly by Californian SDR.
Photo by Sparky (CQDX.ru)
Can you believe AM radio is still alive? Me still do use it. I listen mostly by SDR Internet Online receivers. Also I listen to talk programs on my small AM/FM TECSUN "PL-600" radio. Seems so retro, but it is still useful.
Nevertheless, AM radio has been in decline for years, with many AM stations in US and abroad going out of business each year. Now there are only...