Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 1904 - February 7, 2014

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Amateur Radio Newsline™ report number 1904 with a release
date of February, 7th 2014 to follow in 5-4-3-2-1.

The following is a Q-S-T.  The Dayton Hamvention announces
its 2014 award winners; the FCC opens a short window to
comment on W-R-C 2015 preparations; an FCC reform measure is
introduced in the United States Senate; a think-tank says
its time to merge the Federal Trade Commission with the FCC;
A Russian Special Events Station celebrates the 2014 Winter
Olympics and a new ham radio video podcast will be coming
soon from the UK.  All this and more on Amateur Radio
Newsline report number 1904 coming your way right now:


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HAMVENTION 2014:  DAYTON AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED

The Dayton Hamvention has announced the winners of its 2014
Radio Amateur of the Year, Special Achievement, Technical
Excellence and Club of the year awards.  Bill Pasternak,
WA6ITF, is in the newsroom with more:

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KD8JZR:  "The 2014 Amateur of the Year is Dr. Larry Price,
W4RA."

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That was Dayton Hamvention General Chairman Charles Kaiser,
KD8JZR, announcing on the TWiT TV podcast Ham Nation that
Dr. Larry Price, W4RA, had been chosen to receive one of ham
radios most prestigious honors. Dr. Price served as
president of the IARU from 1999 to 2009, and prior to that
as ARRL president from 1984 to 1992.  The Hamvention's
Awards Committee said that Dr. Price's leadership had
significant and direct impact on the development of Amateur
Radio throughout the world.

Among his many achievements, the panel cited the protection
of frequency allocations; the adoption of an ITU
Recommendation on the minimum qualifications of radio
amateurs; the expansion of the 40 meter band in ITU Regions
1 and 3, and the allocation of new Low Frequency spectrum
for use by radio amateurs.

Named to receive this years Special Achievement Award
recipient is ARRL Executive Vice President David Sumner
K1ZZ.  He was cited for his contributions to the
international Amateur Radio community through his work with
the IARU and for his leadership in the fight against
Broadband over Power Line interference to radio amateurs.

The Technical Excellence Award this year goes to David
Freese Jr, W1HKJK.  He is recognized for his development and
of the Fast Light Digital Modem Application better known as
FL DIGI.  This is a family of programs for use in amateur
radio and emergency communications.  FL DIGI operates in
conjunction with any  conventional radio transceiver and
uses a computers sound card as the main method of input and
output to and from a radio.

Last but by no means least is the Gwinnett Amateur Radio
Society of Gwinnett County, Georgia, which was chosen as
Club of the Year.  In making this selection the Awards
Committe noted that the Gwinnett Amateur Radio Society
supports several well rounded training programs with many
aimed specifically at youth.   It also said that the group
continually hosts and supports other amateur radio programs
and participates in a multitude public service events.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Bill Pasternak, WA6ITF,
in the Newsroom, in Los Angeles.

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The winners will receive their honors at Hamvention 2014
slated for May 16th to the 18th at the Hara Arena in Dayton
Ohio.  (DARA)

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RADIO LAW:  FCC INVITES COMMENTS ON WRC 2015 PREPARATIONS

The FCC has invited comments on the latest group of draft
recommendations of its Advisory Committee for the 2015 World
Radiocommunication or WRC 2015 Conference.  Amateur Radio
Newsline's Heather Embee, KB3TZD:

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At its January 27 meeting, the Advisory Committee approved
draft recommendations on a number of issues that will be
considered at the 2015 conference. And some of the items
could affect the Amateur and Amateur-Satellite services.
This includes consideration of W-R-C 2012 Resolution 649
that invited WRC 2015 to consider allocating an appropriate
amount of spectrum to the Amateur Service on a secondary
basis within the band 5250 to 5450 kHz.  However such an
allocation might or might not be but contiguous bandspace.

The conference will also consider a number of issues that
could impact amateur allocations above 420 MHz.  This
includes a possible extension of the current worldwide
allocation to the Earth Exploration Satellite service in the
band 9300 to 9900 MHz by up to 600 MHz within the frequency
bands 8700 to 9300 MHz and/or 9900 to 10,500 MHz.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Heather Embee, KB3TZD,
in Berwick, Pennsylvania.

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The comment filing period on this matter is very short with
a closing date of February 18th.  The entire proposal is
available on the web in PDF format at tinyurl.com/wrc-2015-
fcc.  (ARRL)

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COMMUNICATIONS LAW:  FCC REFORM MEASURE INTRODUCED TO US
SENATE

FCC reform has now reached the United States Senate.  This
with word that United Sates Senator Dean Heller of Nevada
has introduced legislation similar to a bill that passed in
the House of Representatives earlier this year.

Among other things the proposed Federal Communications
Commission Process Reform Act of 2014 would require the
agency to survey the state of the marketplace through a
Notice of Inquiry before initiating new rulemakings.  This
says Heller would ensure the Commission has an up-to-date
understanding of the rapidly evolving and job-creating
telecommunications marketplace.

Heller's measure would also prevent regulatory overreach by
requiring any conditions imposed on transactions to be
within the Commission's existing authority and be
transaction-specific.  Heller also introduced a Senate
version of a previous House bill consolidating a number of
FCC reports that are required from the agency.  The full
story is on the web at http://tinyurl.com/senate-fcc-reform
(B&C)

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COMMUNICATIONS LAW:  THINK TANK WANTS TO MERGE THE FCC AND
FTC

A Washington DC think tank says its time to combine two
government agencies into one to better serve the nations
future telecommunications needs.  Amateur Radio Newsline's
Stephan Kinford, N8WB, reports:

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The American Enterprise Institute wants to combine the
Federal Trade Commission and the Federal Communications
Commission into a single agency to better manage the future
of telecommunications in the United State.

The publication The Hill reports on a comment submitted to
the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Friday, January
31st by the Institute.  In it a team of scholars affiliated
with the organization argues that the country's
communications law should be rewritten to combine the FCC's
industry expertise and capabilities with the generic
statutory authority of the Federal Trade Commission.

The scholars contend that the current FCC structure is a
poor fit for a modern and converged communications
marketplace.  They say that the Communications Act of 1934
raises questions and creates uncertainty about the FCC's
regulation of the Internet.  It notes that this was recently
shown when the U.S. Court of Appeals threw out the FCC's Net
Neutrality rules.  The American Enterprise Institute appears
to believe that a single agency combining the powers of the
FCC and the FTC is what's needed to guide the future of this
resource.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Stephen Kinford, N8WB,
reporting.

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As noted before, the issue of Net Neutrality is important to
ham radio in that more and more services used by the hobby
involved unimpeded Internet connectivity.  (The Hill),

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WORLDBEAT:  CUBAN 5 MHZ OPERATION WILL BE DOMESTIC ONLY

As reported last week, Cuban hams will be getting limited
access to 5 MHz, but with more strings attached than
originally thought.  According to an update from Pavel
Costa, CO7WT, and made public via the Southgate News, Cuba's
Telecommunications Regulatory Agency has issued a
clarification in response to questions submitted by Cuba's
national ham radio association the FRC.

In its reply the regulatory body made it clear that the use
of the 60 meter band is for emergencies and experimentation
within that nation and only in communication with other
Cuban hams.  As such, no contacts are allowed with other
countries until further notice.

As to the process by which hams in Cuba will be licensed to
operate on 5 MHz, the regulator said that the amateur radio
community will have to wait until the regulatory body
creates the procedures for this license upgrade and this
could take some time.  (CO7WT, Southgate)

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ON THE AIR:  R0000OR CELEBRATES WINTER OLYMPICS IN SOCHI
RUSSIA

Special event callsign R0000OR (R-Zero-Zero-Zero-Zero-O-R)
will be on the air through March 31st in celebration of the
2014 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games being held in
Sochi, Russia.  The Four zero's in the call are to symbolize
the Olympic rings.  QSL's go via UA1OJL direct or
electronically using Logbook of the World or eQSL.  (WIA
News)

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BREAK 1

Time for you to identify your station.  We are the Amateur
Radio Newsline, heard on bulletin stations around the world
including the KD8LWR repeater serving Washtenaw County,
Michigan.

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RESCUE RADIO:  W. VA. CELL TOWER COLLAPSE KILLS THREE AND
DESTROYS HAM REPEATERS

Two contractors and a firefighter were killed and several
repeaters were destroyed after two towers collapsed on
Saturday, February 1st near Clarksburg, West Virginia.
Amateur Radio Newsline's Jeff Clark, K8JAC reports:

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West Virginia State Police Corporal Mark Waggamon says that
the first structure to fall was a 300 foot high cellular
telephone tower.  The weight of the collapsed tower then put
stress on guy wires supporting the near-by smaller tower
causing it also to fall.

According to Corporal Waggamon, three of the workers were
more than
60 feet up on the 300 foot tower at the time the accident
occurred.  One of those workers was killed along with a co-
worker who was about 20 feet up when the tower toppled.  A
firefighter with the Nutter Fort Volunteer Fire Department
was killed when the second tower collapsed while he was
trying to rescue a severely injured worker from the wreckage
of the first tower.  Two other contractors working on the
larger tower were hurt and taken to a hospital with what
were described as minor injuries.

The tower collapse also had an impact on local ham radio
communications.  Hal Tate, N8FXH is a member of the
Stonewall Jackson Amateur Radio Association.  He tells
Amateur Radio Newsline that the club's 147.21 and 444.175
repeaters--along with backbone gear for the HAMTALK linked
repeater system--were sited on the shorter tower and are QRT
for now. He tells us the 2-meter machine had just had a new
antenna installed.

Steven Thompson is a member of the Summit Park Volunteer
Fire Department.  He said that some three dozen people from
eight fire departments in the area responded.  He said
rescue personnel had to use four-wheel-drive and all-terrain
vehicles because snow had made it hard to reach the site
which was on a ridge about 200 feet above a main road. He
said the first crews still arrived 10 to 15 minutes after
the first call was received.

Now, the Nutter Fort Volunteer Fire Department prepares a
funeral with full honors...the department's first line-of-
duty death.

Firefighter/EMT Michael Jarrett was just 28 years old. This
week, he's being called a hero... by his colleagues the
world over.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Jeff Clark, K8JAC.

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Both towers were owned by SBA Communications, which hired
workers from S&S Communications.  When the taller tower fell
the crew was doing maintenance to strengthen its support
system which included removing its diagonal supports and
replacing them with new ones.  The federal Occupational
Safety and Health Administration says that it will
investigate. (K8JAC, Clarksburg Daily Journal)

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TELECOMMUNICATIONS LAW:  DEMOCRATS INTRODUCE NET NEUTRALITY
LEGISLATION IN CONGRESS

Congressional Democrats have introduced legislation in the
Senate and House of Representatives to preserve network
neutrality principles in law.  This, until the Federal
Communications Commission rules on the matter.

H.R. 3982, or the Open Internet Preservation Act, is
described as a simple two-page measure which states that the
FCC's previous ruling on net neutrality stays in operation.
The bill follows last month's court ruling that the FCC
wasn't entitled to block telecommunications companies from
giving differing priorities to internet traffic.

H.R. 3982 does not dictate exactly what net neutrality rules
should be enforced and will only remain in force until the
FCC has set out its own new net neutrality standards.  This
is a move the FCC chairman Thomas Wheeler has pledged to
sort out.

As to passage, moist observers say that the bill is likely
to make its way in the Democratic controlled Senate with but
is highly unlikely to pass the Republican controlled House
of Representatives.  At least as it is currently written.
President Obama has said he supports net neutrality
legislation.  (published news reports)

**

HAM HAPPENINGS:  YAESU DONATES FT-DX1200 TO KP4AO RADIO CLUB
AT ARECIBO BIG DISH

Yaesu and the Caribbean Amateur Radio Group have joined
together in supporting the Arecibo Observatory Amateur Radio
Club station KP4AO.  During a recent visit to the station
Yaesu's Exec Vice President for North American Sales Dennis
Motschenbacher, K7BV, presented the group with an FT-DX
1200 transceiver for use at its new Visitor Center station.

According to club president Angel Vazquez, WP3R, the club is
establishing the new station in the exhibition hall of
the Angel Ramos Visitor Center located at the observatory.
Construction of the station is expected to be completed in
about 3 months.

The Arecibo Observatory which is the home of the world's
largest radio telescope was completed in 1963.  It recently
celebrated its 50th Anniversary during which the KP4AO group
hosted a special event station as a part of that
celebration.  (Southgate)

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HAM PUBLICATIONS:  WINTER 2014 5 MHZ NEWSLETTER NOW
AVAILABLE

The winter 2014 edition of the 5 MHz Newsletter is now
available for download.  In addition to the latest 60 meter
news, there's also an article titled The Supremacy of 5 MHz
as a Communication Bridge, a feature on the new South
African ZS6KTS Beacon plus items on digital voice and the
latest worldwide 5 MHz Amateur Allocations Chart.  You can
find The 5 MHz Newsletter in PDF format
at tinyurl.com/o26huzb.
(Southgate)

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HAM HAPPENINGS:  IOTA DINNER AT THE INTERNATIONAL DX
CONVENTION

The 19th annual Islands on the Air Dinner will be held in
conjunction with the 2014 Visalia International DX
Convention on Friday, April 4th.  The venue this year is the
Charter Oak Room at the Visalia Marriott Conference Center
in Visalia, California.  All information about the dinner
and the convention is on the web at dxconvention.org.  (IOTA
News)

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HAM HAPPENINGS:  NEW RADIO HAM'S MUSEUM OF ANTIQUATED
TECHNOLOGY

The Boston Globe reports on the creation of the Museum of
Antiquated Technology in Hanson, Massachusetts, founded by
Mark Vess, KC1ACF.  The paper describes the museum as being
the home to a vast collection of rare antique radios that
are being displayed to the public for the first time.  The
vintage gear was previously owned by Bruce D. Hayden, NI1X,
of Raynham, who bequeathed his collection to Vess at his
death last October.  You can read the entire Boston Globe
story at tinyurl.com/vintage-radio-museum)   (Boston Globe)

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NAMES IN THE NEWS:  KB7SI HONORED FOR HIS HAM RADIO OUTREACH

Some names in the news.  First up is Oregon that State
Senator Betsy Johnson, KF7HHF, who recently presented Terry
Wilson, KB7SI, an Outstanding Contribution Award to for his
dedication to emergency communications.  Wilson is the chief
engineer for Coast Community Radio station KMUN and serves
as a club trustee.  He was honored for his work in
convincing numerous local residents to obtain their amateur
radio licenses, including Johnson.  He was also recognized
for his work in keeping communications functioning during a
severe storm back in December 2007.  The award was presented
at a potluck dinner of the Sunset Empire Amateur Radio Club
in Astoria, Oregon, on January 25th.   (eHAM, The Astonian)

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NAMES IN THE NEWS:  K9LA WINS 2013 BILL ORR W6SAI TECHNICAL
WRITING AWARD

Carl Luetzelschwab, K9LA, of Fort Wayne, Indiana, has been
named the winner of the Bill Orr, W6SAI, Technical Writing
Award for the 2013.  The ARRL Foundation Board of Directors
selected Luetzelschwab at its January 21st meeting for his
article "The Sun and the Ionosphere" which appeared in the
March 2013 issue of QST Magazine. K9LA had previously been
awarded the March 2013 QST Cover Plaque Award for the same
article.  (ARRL)

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NAMES IN THE NEWS:  ART BELL W6OBB UPDATES HIS FUTURE VIA
FACEBOOK

Art Bell, W6OBB, who departed Sirius XM satellite radio only
a few weeks after his new show began last fall has issued an
update on his plans via Facebook.  In his January 31st
posting, Art explains that he left the satellite service due
to what he termed as serious problems with the streaming
aspect of the service and its refusal to allow free
streaming until it could be fixed.  Bell said that he felt
it was not reasonable to ask people to pay about $180.00 a
year to try and listen to a stream that so many complained
was not working right.

Bell says that he wants to get back on the air.  He says
that he has asked to be released from the Non-Compete aspect
of his contract but that the sat-caster has refused.  So for
now he has decided to simply will wait it out and then start
a show that will air for free on the Internet.  He notes
that he does already have a time segment in mind which he
says that he will announce as he gets closer to that time.
(Art Bell W6OBB via Facebook)

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BREAK 2

This is ham radio news for today's radio amateur.  We are
the Amateur Radio Newsline with links to the world from our
only official website at www.arnewsline.org and being
relayed by the volunteer services of the following radio
amateur:

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WORLDBEAT:  NEW UK BASED HAM RADIO TV SHOW ANNOUNCED

Three United Kingdom hams will be taking to Internet
television later this month with a new amateur radio based
video podcast program of their own.  Amateur Radio
Newsline's Norm Seeley, KI7UP, has the details:

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The new show is called The TX Factor.  Its hosts are Bob
McCreadie, G0FGX, Mike Marsh, G1IAR and Nick Bennett,
2E0FGQ.  All are broadcast professionals who sat that they
plan to explore all aspects of amateur radio's fascinating
hobby as the show progresses month to month.

For example, episode one later this month will visit the
United Kingdom's  Marconi Centre.  It will also spend time
with the Norman Lockyer Observatory Group learning about how
repeaters function and also visit a mountaintop location to
discuss the Summits On The Air project.  Episode 2 in March
will include a visit to the world famous Bath Buildathon and
a close up look at the FUNcube Dongle.  This is a simple
Software Defined Receiver that permits reception of the
recently launched FUNcube satellite.

Down the road look for shows dealing with such topics as the
history of amateur radio, the gear available to hams,
antennas, operating modes, propagation, radio sports,
current news and just about anything related to the magical
world of amateur radio.

The downloadable video podcast stream should be compatible
with most smart phones, tablets and smart TV's as well as
traditional laptops and desktop PC's.  This means that it
can literally viewed almost anytime and anywhere.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Norm Seeley, KI7UP, this
side of the Atlantic and far out West in Scottsdale,
Arizona.

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The TX Factor is sponsored by Yaesu Musen Company of Japan
and United Kingdom ham radio supplier Martin Lynch & Sons
Ltd.  It will be available free of charge to download
beginning on February 21st at www.txfactor.co.uk.  (GB2RS)

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EMERGING TECHNOLOGY:  NEW SOFTWARE RELEASE FOR BROADBAND-
HAMNET

The Broadband-Hamnet project has announced the release of
new firmware that enables Ubiquiti 2.4GHz devices to join
the ever growing high speed multi media ham radio mesh.
This release adds a line of current products, available from
a variety of commercial sources that will natively interact
and mesh with the original nodes built on Linksys WRT54x
gear.

The newer devices supported include the Rocket M2, Bullet M2
HP,  AirGrid M2 HP, NanoStation Loco M2 units.  All of these
are reported to have higher quality radios with more stock
power than the WRT54x node units while still providing the
same interface.

You can find more details about this software release and
the entire mesh networking project by visiting www.broadband-
hamnet.org on the World Wide Web.  (K5KTF)

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HAM RADIO IN SPACE:  AMSAT FUNCUBE DASHBOARD UPDATED

The AMSAT FUNcube developers have announced that version 820
of the FUNcube Dashboard Software can now be downloaded.
Also announced was that a few changes have been made to the
way Fitter Messages are handled or displayed on the Data
Warehouse.  Details are at warehouse.funcube.org.uk.
(AMSAT)

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PROPAGATION STUDY:  70MHZ WG2XPN NOW BEACON ACTIVE ALL YEAR

According to the GB2RS news, the United States based WG2XPN
4 meter experimental propagation beacon on 70.005MHz is now
active year round.  Located on Apple Orchard Mountain in
Virginia's Blue Ridge mountain range, the beacon transmits
Morse at an effective radiated power of three kilowatts from
a 3-element Yagi antenna beamed at 60 degrees towards
Europe.  The beacon's exact location is in grid square
FM07fm.
(GB2RS)

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ON THE AIR:  PA530ROT CELEBRATES PARIS TO ROTTERDAM RELAY
RACE

On the air, listen out for Netherlands special event station
PA530ROT to be operational through February 28th.  This in
celebration of the annual Paris to Rotterdam 100 hour
nonstop relay race.  PA350ROT will be operational on all of
the High Frequency bands using various modes.  If you make
contact please QSL via PAZ0ABM.  (DXNL)

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ON THE AIR:  CAYMAN ISLANDS ARC CELEBRATES 35 YEARS

To celebrate 35 years of the founding of the Cayman Amateur
Radio Society, its members have been authorized by the
Cayman Islands Information and Communications Technology
Authority to use the ZF35 callsign prefix through January
19, 2015.  QSL each station as directed on the air.  (QRZ)

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DX

In DX, W4VKU will be on the air as VU4K from Port Blair in
the Andaman Islands between March 23rd and the 30th.  His
operation will be on 40 through 10 meters using SSB and
RTTY.  QSL via W4VKU.

W6HGF should be on the air stroke FP from Miquelon Island
through February 18th.  Activity was to be on 160 through 10
meters but focused on the Digital modes mostly RTTY. His
stay will include including entry into the CQ World Wide
RTTY Contest and the ARRL CW Contest. QSL to W6HGF direct,
electronically via Logbook of the World, eQSL or using Club
Log OQRS.

BA3AX and BD3AEO will be on the air stroke 3 from Yuetuo
Island between March 21st to the 24th.  Operation will be on
20, 17 and 15 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK 31.  QSL
information can be found on QRZ.com

KT1K will be active stroke TF from Iceland in March with
operations on all of the High Frequency bands.  His stint
will include entry into the March 1st and 2nd ARRL DX SSB
contest.  QSL's go via his home call

GM3WOJ who also holds the call ZL1CT has announced that he
will be on a DXpedition to Tonga using the callsign A35V
between April 4th and the 18th.  Activity will be on 160
through 10 meters using CW and SSB, with some RTTY. QSL via
N3AL.

LA7GIA will be operational as 7Q7GIA from Malawi between May
31st and June 8th.  Activity will be on 40 through 10 meters
using CW and SSB. QSL via LA7GIA.

Lastly, members of the Italian DXpedition Team are planning
to be active from Zambia as 9J2T in the not to distant
future.  I2YSB, is heading up the effort.  Look for more
details to be forthcoming.

(Above from OPDX and various other DX news sources)

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THAT FINAL ITEM:  DISPELLING THE RUMORS ABOUT CQ MAGAZINE

And finally this week, word that the print edition of CQ
Magazine is alive well and catching up on its paper
publication after a bout with distribution problems.  This
according to CQ editor Rich Moseson, W2VU, in a recent
interview with Hap Holly, KC9RP, of the Radio Amateur
Information Network.  W2VU says that the folks at CQ are
hard at work to get things back to normal:

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W2VU: "We've has over the past few months some significant
problems with distribution of our print issues.  We
apologize to all of our readers and are hoping that a lot of
these changes we are making can help get us back on
schedule.  We really, really appreciate everyone's patience
with us and hope that you will continue to be patient as we
work our way back to a normal schedule on our print issue."

--

And what about the rumor that CQ is abandoning print in
favor of digital only distribution?  Moseson says that's not
going to happen with CQ:

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W2VU: "We have no intention of abandoning print, but if you
look around the magazine marketplace today, virtually every
magazine that's out there has a digital edition as well as a
print edition.  It's just where the industry is going and
what readers expect.  They expect to have a choice between a
digital and a print edition of a magazine."

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What about CQ's other magazines?  W2VU says that they will
become a part of the expanded version of CQ found only on
the web:

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W2VU:  "Beginning with the February issue of CQ we are
incorporating elements of Popular Communications, CQ VHF and
Worldradio Online into an expanded digital edition which we
are calling CQ Plus.  Its going to be another 50 pages long
every month.  Those other magazines are no longer going to
be published independently so their content is going to be
merged into this expanded digital edition of CQ."

--

Moseson has a lot more to say about the future of CQ and
publishing in general.  You can hear the first part of this
two part interview on line right now at www dot
therainreport dot com.  And therainreport is spelled as one
word.  (KC9RP, RAIN)

**

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