Amateur Radio Emergency Service Transitioning to New Online Reporting System

The Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) will phase out the traditional ARES report forms later this year in favor of an online system called ARES Connect, a volunteer management, communications, and reporting system. The new system will allow information to be logged by ARES members and managed through the Field Organization. […]

Ham Radio “a Special Hobby,” Young ARRL Member Tells College Publication

A rising star in the Amateur Radio world —19-year old Ruth Willet, KM4LAO, of Lawrenceville, Georgia — has caught the eye of her school, Kettering University in Michigan, where she is majoring in mechanical engineering and engineering physics. Willet already has attracted attention through her ham radio activities. Last spring, she was the […]

West of Scotland Radio Nets

With thanks to Stuart who has sent information to the blog regarding the many nets which take place in the West of Scotland for CB and Amateur Radio: Sunday: 8pm Echolink MB7IBH-L & 144.9625 FM hosted by Glasgow & Clyde Raynet. Monday: 8pm 144.550 FM hosted by Paisley amateur radio […]

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