IARUMS Newsletter released

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The IARU Monitoring System (IARUMS) newsletter reports on success in getting an Australian radar removed from the amateur radio 14 MHz band

The newsletter Wolf Hadel DK2OM says:

On May 10th ZL1GWE and another friend informed me about a Superdarn Radar on 14050 kHz. I checked the situation via remote Australia and indeed: It was really a Superdarn Ionospheric Radar with a continuous transmission on 14050 kHz. Bearings were showing South Australia or South New Zealand. The Radar is operated by the La Trobe University in Australia. So I informed VK3MV, Peter, Coordinator IARUMS Region 3 and John, ZL1GWE. John informed the La Trobe University, and Peter contacted the ACMA (Australian PTT). Two days later
the problem was solved, the Radar disappeared from 14050.


The International Amateur Radio Union Monitoring System (IARUMS) Region 1 May 2014 newsletter can be read at
http://www.iarums-r1.org/iarums/news2014/news1405.pdf

Reports of Amateur Band intruders can be logged online at
http://peditio.net/intruder/bluechat.cgi

Monitor the short wave bands on-line with a web based SDR receiver at
http://www.websdr.org/

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