Please be informed that tsunami was happened last evening, Dec 22nd, around local time. It says the possible cause of the tsunami was undersea landslides after the Krakatoa volcano erupted. The deaths were reported in the Pandeglang, South Lampung and Serang regions.
Amateur radio also called ham radio describes the use of radio frequency spectra for purposes of non-commercial exchange of messages, wireless experimentation, self-training, private recreation and emergency communication. The term "amateur" is used to specify "a duly authorised person interested in radioelectric practice with a purely personal aim and without pecuniary interest;" either direct monetary or other similar reward and to differentiate it from commercial broadcastingpublic safety such as police and fireor professional two-way radio services such as maritime, aviation, taxis, etc. The amateur radio service amateur service and amateur-satellite service is established by the International Telecommunication Union ITU through the International Telecommunication Regulations.
It caused quite a stir and has since been disseminated worldwide, broadcasted and quoted in many places and in magazines too. The basic premise was that, as new technologies come into the Amateur Radio Hobby, Hams often have difficulty adapting to them. This should, in reality, not be a surprise.
Many magazine and news articles covered the adventures of the St Joe's Radio Club gang tracking the very first orbiting space satellites Sputnik and Sputnik-2 launched by the Russians in the Fall ofand Sputnik-3 launched in May, Sputnik: October 4,the first orbiting Satellite Sputnik November 3,--with dog Leika Sputnik May 15,--a massive 3, pounds An oscilloscope photo of the first Sputnik "beeps" recorded on tape by the club made the cover for their feature story in January CQ magazine, which was later remembered in the October and November issues of that magazine for the 50th Anniversary Year. In all, the St Joe's Radio Club had gotten onto 7 TV shows and were covered in more than 30 radio news stories and 20 newspaper articles, before they stopped counting. That included movie footage taken while they were doing the actual Sputnik tracking.
Suddenly overcome by a wave of nostalgia or perhaps the creosote fumes from the neaby railroad tie factory I threw caution and sanity to the winds and hooked up the radios once again. What followed was an enjoyble evening experiencing what ham radio used to be like in those prehistoric days when I first got on the air It was the next best thing to time travel!
If you've ever had to track down an elusive bad or intermittent connector-a computer card connector, an IC socket or even an RCA jack-Stabilant 22 is for you. The slightly "goopy" liquid is sparingly brushed onto connectors or IC pins or whatever and becomes conductive when "activated" by an electric current. The manufacturer claims S "provides the reliability of a soldered joint without bonding the contact surfaces together.
The general assembly will take place on Tuesday, June 11, at in the clubhouse …. Astronaut David …. Jan
Your input will affect cover photo selection, along with input from other users. This Congress was held for the purpose of founding an international amateur radio organization. These regions correspond to the regulatory regions used by the International Telecommunication Union. These regional officers are elected by representatives from the member societies at triennial regional conferences.
I was musing recently on the wonderful history of Amateur Radio, from the early pioneers with spark transmitters and the race to get the first signals across the Atlantic, up to the Microwave enthusiasts who developed the way forward for space communications and satellite technology and, whisper this, mobile phone technology! The history of Ham Radio and RF technology is inextricably linked — there was even a time here in the UK where it was believed, anecdotally, that a Ham Radio callsign would help you to get a job with the BBC! However change came very quickly, relatively speaking, in the early history of radio.
Watch Radio scouting with the ISS. He will be launched on a Soyuz vehicle in May on a five-month mission. One of his main tasks was to help install the Node-2 module on the Space Station. Subject to prevailing weather conditions the launch is planned for pm and listeners across southern England should be able to tune into the signal on