Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 1956 March 15 2015

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Amateur Radio Newsline™ report number 1956 with a release
date of Sunday, March 15th, 2015 to follow in 5-4-3-2-1,

The following is a QST. The European Space Agency to make
camera on the Mars Express spacecraft available for public
use in May; the Amateur Radio Parity Act of 2015 is
introduced in the House of Representatives; commentary
cutoff looms in possible restructuring of 77 to 81 Ghz;
lawmakers say activating FM receiver chips in smartphones a
matter of public safety and a group of hams in Germany bring
back part of an abandoned shortwave station for amateur
radio.  All this and more on Amateur Radio Newsline report
number 1956 coming your way right now.

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RADIO IN SPACE:  ESA OFFERING ELIGIBLE GROUPS USE OF MARS
EXPRESS VISUAL MONITORING CAMERA IN MAY

A webcam on board the European Space Agency's Mars Express
spacecraft will be available for public imaging requests in
May and E-S-A is inviting schools, science clubs and youth
groups to submit proposals for one of about eight
opportunities to image another planet.  We get the details
from Heather Embee KB3TZD...

[HEATHER:] The Visual Monitoring Camera or V-M-C is
described as a simple, low-resolution device that was
originally intended only to provide visual confirmation of
Beagle lander separation.  While it's not a scientific
instrument the camera has the ability to deliver good
quality pictures of intriguing martian features.

In May, Mars will be in solar conjunction, meaning that line-
of-sight radio signals between Earth and Mars Express will
be disrupted by the Sun.  As a result, the spacecraft's
normal scientific payload will be switched off.  This offers
a first-ever, three-day period when the V-M-C camera can be
freely pointed at almost any target on the planet from the
spacecraft's 300 by 10,000 kilometer orbit.

While any number of eligible groups may submit proposals,
only the most promising will be selected, one slot per
group, corresponding to about eight observation slots
available.  Proposals to make use of these slots must
include the desired observation target, a brief note about
why it's interesting and a description of the intended
project that will fully exploit the images.  Those with
strong educational value and representing a cohesive team
effort will have the best chances of being accepted.  If
selected, E-S-A expects that groups that are awarded a slot
will use its image set in a scientific or artistic project
that makes full, imaginative use of the visual information
they contain.

The V-M-C image sets will be downloaded on May 28th and then
delivered to participating groups electronically.  Projects
should be completed by the end of the current academic year
or July 31st,  whichever comes first and will be later
published in the V-M-C blog.   The call for proposals runs
through March 27th.  For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm
Heather Embee  KB3TZD, in Berwick, Pennsylvania.
?
[ANCHOR] Full details on the V-M-C Imaging Campaign
timeline, eligibility and technical information is on the
web at tinyurl.com/image-the-red-planet.  The on-line
registration form can be found at tinyurl.com/you-can-image-
mars.

(European Space Agency)

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SOLAR ACTIVITY:  FIRST X-CLASS SOLAR FLARE OF 2015 CAUSES
SHORT HF RADIO BLACKOUT

The sun unleashed its first super powerful flare of 2015 on
Wednesday March 11th with the intense eruption aimed
directly at Earth.

According to Space.com, the X-class flare, which is the
strongest category possible, peaked at 16:22 GMT originating
from a sunspot known as Active Region 12297.  It registered
as an X 2.2 sun storm on the scale.  Scientists classify
strong solar flares into three categories.  These are C, M
and X, with  X flares bring 10 times more powerful than M
flares.  X2 and X3 flares are twice and three times as
powerful as X1 flares.

Active Region 12297 had previously fired off a number of
medium-strength flares over the preceding few days.  The
event on March 11th caused at least an hour-long blackout in
high-frequency radio communications over wide areas,
according to scientists with the U.S. Space Weather
Prediction Center in Boulder, Colorado.

NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured stunning video of
this X-class solar flare as it erupted.  More details
including links to the space.com video and photos are on our
Facebook page at www.facebook.com/groups/ARNewsline

(space.com, ARNewsline)

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RADIO POLITICS:  AMATEUR RADIO PARITY ACT OF 2015 INTRODUCED
IN CONGRESS

The Amateur Radio Parity Act of 2015 known as H.R.1301 has
been introduced in the US House of Representatives.  The
measure would direct the FCC to extend its rules relating to
reasonable accommodation of Amateur Service communications
to private land use restrictions.

U.S. Representative Adam Kinzinger of Illinois introduced
the bill on March 4 with 12 original co-sponsors from both
sides of the aisle.  Kinzinger also sponsored The Amateur
Radio Parity Act of 2014, which died at the end of the 113th
Congress.  H.R. 1301 is an essentially identical piece of
legislation.

(ARRL)

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RESTRUCTURING: COMMENTARY DEADLINE LOOMS IN POSSIBLE 76 TO
81 GHZ SPECTRUM REALLOCATION PROPOSAL

The comments deadline is coming up on an FCC proceeding that
could lead to expanded spectrum for various applications in
a band that amateur radio shares with other services.
Skeeter Nash N5ASH explains.

[SKEETER:] The band 77.5 to 78 GHz is allocated to the
Amateur and Amateur Satellite services on a primary basis,
and to the Radio Astronomy and Space Research services on a
secondary basis.  The FCC released a detailed Notice of
Proposed Rulemaking and Reconsideration Order in ET Docket
15-26 on February 5th.  The suggestions in the Docket
include possible allocation changes as well as provisions to
ensure that new and incumbent operations can share the
available frequencies in the band.

The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and Reconsideration Order
was in response to a 2012 Petition for Rulemaking in RM-
11666 from Robert Bosch LLC.  Bosch's petition sought to
modify the FCC's Part 15 rules to expand the operation of
unlicensed vehicular radar systems from 76 to 77 GHz to the
76 to 81 GHz band to develop short-range radar
applications.  ET Docket 15-26 also addresses two petitions
for reconsideration of the Commission's 2012 Report and
Order concerning vehicular radar systems in the 76 to 77 GHz
band by incorporating these earlier proceedings.

Among many issues, the Commission seeks comment on the
possibility of reallocating the Amateur Radio and Amateur
Satellite services from 76 to 81 GHz, and it asks for
suggestions on alternative spectrum that it might make
available in this general region.

Noting that it has previously recognized evidence of
potential interference conflicts between amateur radio and
vehicular radar systems in the 76 to 77 GHz spectrum the FCC
said it believes the potential for similar compatibility
issues could exist above 77 GHz.

More than 10 years ago the FCC suspended Amateur Radio and
Amateur Satellite operation in the 76 to 77 GHz segment and
recently extended the suspension.

Commentary cutoff is April 6th with reply comments due no
later than April 20th.  Interested parties may file comments
in ET Docket 15-26 via the FCC Electronic Comment Filing
System. For Newsline, I'm Skeeter Nash N5ASH in Topeka,
Kansas.

(ARRL, FCC)

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LICENSING STATS:  US HAM RADIO NUMBERS REACH ALL-TIME HIGH

Amateur radio growth in the United States continues
unabated.  At the end of 2014 the total number of radio
amateurs in the FCC's Universal Licensing System database
reached an all-time high of 726,725.  The trend has
continued into the first 2 months of 2015which saw the ham
population rise to slightly more than 727,000.??Just under
half of all U.S. licensees hold the Technician class
license.  The Technician class-which was originally
introduced in the 1950's for VHF experimentation-today
permits holders to operate 200 watts output on four High
Frequency bands and up to 1500 watts output on all VHF, UHF
and Microwave bands.

(ARRL)

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DX UP FRONT:  E30FB FROM ERITREA THROUGH MARCH 17

In DX up front, members of the Foundation for Global
Children is again operating from Eritrea as E-30-F-B and
will be there until March 17th.  This as a part of thee
"Eritrea Project 2015" which is conducting its DXpedition
from the capital of Asmara with a  multi national team of
nine operators and four transceivers.  Antennas are beams on
20 through 10 meters and verticals for 160 through 30.  They
say that they will try to work every area as much as
possible.  QSL's go via the their manager M-zero-U-R-X.

(OPDX)

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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 including the WD6HFR repeater serving Palomar,
California.


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RESCUE RADIO:  LAWMAKERS SAY ACTIVATING FM CHIPS IN
SMARTPHONES A MATTER OF PUBLIC SAFETY

A couple of members of Congress are lobbying the head of the
FCC over cell phone broadcast reception, as we hear from
Stephen Kinford, N8WB.

[STEPHEN:] United States Representatives Bennie Thompson of
Mississippi and Peter DeFazio of Oregon say that activating
the FM broadcast reception chips in many smartphones is a
matter of public safety.

In a recent note to FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, the two
lawmakers urged him to take every possible action to ensure
that the public has every tool in the public alerts and
warnings toolbox at its disposal.  This should include
access to FM radio through activation of radio chips already
built into almost all smart phones.

In their letter they noted that text based Wireless
Emergency Alerts are limited to 90 characters, severely
limiting their usefulness.  In fact, one of the pieces of
advice often contained in those 90 characters is to tune
into local broadcasts for more information.

Concluding their argument, they wrote that radio is a proven
lifeline in times of emergency, connecting consumers to the
information they need to stay safe.  During times of
emergency, it is critically important that Americans have
access to broadcast radio, which would provide instant
emergency, lifesaving information on-the-go.  They also
pledged to work with Wheeler to make it happen. For the
Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Stephen Kinford N8WB in
Wadsworth, Ohio.

(RBR-TVBR)

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RADIO CRIME:  QUICK AREST IN WASHINTON STATE TRNSMITTER
BURGLARY

Authorities in Washington state recently arrested a 30-year-
old transient man after he was caught with several thousand
dollars in alleged stolen radio equipment.  The Grant County
Sheriff said the equipment was taken from an FM-radio
transmitter tower north of the town of Quincy.

Cherry Creek Radio had called the local electric company
because the station's transmitter was out of service,
possibly due to a power outage at the Monument Hill tower
site.  When lineman arrived  they saw a man in a white
Subaru apparently stealing radio equipment.  They said the
car fled southbound but Sheriff's deputies caught up with
the vehicle and stopped it.  In it they found about $10,000
in electronic components belonging to Cherry Creek Radio.
?A suspect was taken to the Grant County Jail on suspicion
of second-degree burglary, and first-degree possession of a
controlled substance.  The latter charge came about after
correction officers also found methamphetamine on him while
he was being booked.

(Published news reports)

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HAM SCOLARSHIPS:  FOUNDATION FOR AMATEUR RADIO ANNOUNCES NEW
CUTOFF DATE FOR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS

The Foundation for Amateur Radio has moved to April 15th the
deadline to apply for the 2015 to 2016 academic year
scholarships that it administers.   Applicants must hold a
valid Amateur Radio license and be enrolled or accepted for
enrollment at an accredited university, college, or
technical school.

The preferred application method is to use the electronic
form on the Foundation's website.  Information entered on
the form goes directly into an encrypted PDF file that is
available only to the review committee.  Those who are
unable or unwilling to use the online application should
contact Dave Prestel, W8AJR.

The Foundation for Amateur Radio scholarship program is one
of the largest of its type for amateur radio licensees in
the United States.  For the coming academic year it is
administering 67 scholarships worth $125,500 in all.
Individual awards range from $500 to $5000.  More
information is on-line at farweb.org/2015-scholarship-
information.

(FAR)

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HAM PRODUCTS UPDATE:  PYQSO V0.2 RELEASED

Version zero dot 2 of Py QSO was released on 7 March 2015.
Py QSO is a simple contact logging tool that runs on Linux.
This new version contains a number of fixes and updates to
the user interface, and additional features such as an
insert current date and time button and the option of
specifying default values for the power and mode fields.
More information is in cyberspace at pyqso.readthedocs.org

(Southgate)

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RADIO BUSINESS:  ICOM ANNOUNCES NEW DIGITAL LAND MOBILE
RADIOS AT IWCE 2015
?Icom America is showcasing new land mobile radio and some
of its ham radio equipment at the 2015 International
Wireless Communications Expo slated for the Las Vegas
Convention Center for March 16th to the 20th.  During the
event, the company will be showing new products promoting
6.25 kHz Digital, P25 and IP radio solutions.

On the commercial radio side products on display will
include the F1000D/F2000D and the F3200DEX/F4200DEX all of
which belong to the Icom Digital Advanced System known as I-
D-A-S.  The company will also be exhibiting its 50th
anniversary, limited edition IC-7850 High Frequency plus 6
meter amateur radio transceiver as well as the ID-5100A and
ID-51A PLUS D-STAR radios at Booth 621 during exhibit hall
hours.

(PoliceOne.com)

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HAM HAPPENINGS: FIRST SYSTEM FUSION FORUM AT DAYTON
HAMVENTION

?The first Yaesu System Fusion forum at the Dayton
Hamvention has been scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Eastern
Daylight Time on Sunday morning, May17th in Forum Room 1.
Planners will be working with Yaesu and hams active in the
System Fusion community to schedule the agenda by mid-March.
In the meantime, you can learn more about System Fusion-and
the forum planning-by joining the System Fusion group at
tinyurl.com/learn-system-fusion

(WB9QZB)

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SHORTWAVE RADIO VIDEO:  RADIO SWEDEN'S SW AND MW
TRANSMITTERS

A 2006 documentary video that gives a look at the Radio
Sweden shortwave transmitters at Horby and the Solvesborg AM
transmitter has been found on the web by Rob Wagner, VK3BVW.

According to VK3BVW what is interesting about this video is
the detailed view of the inside of the shortwave and medium
wave transmitters.  This as it offers some insight into the
day-to-day work of an engineer for a large international
broadcaster.

The film produced by Kelly Lindman is 30 minutes long and is
in memory of the late Hakan Widenstedt.  Widenstedt was the
Chief Engineer for Radio Sweden who passed away in 2011.

While the audio track is in Swedish the video does have
English subtitles.  Its available for on-line viewing at
tinyurl.com/radio-sweden-transmitters.

(VK3BVW)

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RADIO VIDEO:  WIDEBAND HF TRANSMISSIONS AT HFIA SLIDE SHOWS
AVAILABLE

A set of video slide presentations from the H F Industry
Association Meeting held February 12th in San Diego,
California, are now available online.  Among the papers
presented was one from Randy Nelson of Rockwell Collins
which describes tests of full motion video in a 48 kHz
bandwidth over a 900 mile path on a frequency of 14.965 MHz.
Also, Alan Pilecki from Harris RF described the company's RF-
7800H portable transceiver which covers 1.5 to 60 MHz and
supports data rates of up to 120 kilobits per second in a 24
kHz bandwidth.  Also included are presentations from the
Thales Group, N-V-I-S Communications, Isode and Long Wave,
Inc.   You can download the individual slide shows from
tinyurl.com/hf-slides.

(Southgate)

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NAMES IN THE NEWS:  DANISH ASTRONAUT LICENSED AS KG5GCZ

Some names in the news.  First up is Danish astronaut
Andreas Mogensen who passed his ham radio exam on February
25th and has been licensed as  KG5GCZ.   ??Mogensen was
selected as an ESA astronaut in May 2009 and completed basic
space training program at the European Astronaut Center in
November 2010.  Since then he has been certified as a
private pilot by the Lufthansa Flight School and is trained
and qualified for spacewalks using both the American E-M-U
and the Russian Orlan spacesuits.

Mogensen will be the first astronaut of Danish nationality
to go to space and will launch to the International Space
Station in September along with British songstress and space
tourist Sarah Brightman on a Russian Soyuz spacecraft.

(ANS)

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NAMES IN THE NEWS:  YASME FOUNDATION ADDS TWO DIRECTORS

The Yasme Foundation has announced that it has elected Ken
Claerbout, K4ZW, and Hans Blondeel Timmerman, PB2T, to the
board.  This, effective with the forthcoming Annual Meeting
to be held in Visalia, California in April.

Claerbout was first licensed in 1977 and is an active DXer
and contester.  Blondeel Timmerman got his license in 1980
and is President and Board Member of the European DX
Foundation.

The Yasme Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation
organized to conduct scientific and educational projects
related to amateur radio, including DXing  and the
introduction and promotion of amateur radio in developing
countries.  This action brings the number of Yasme
Foundation directors to nine.

(N0AX)

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HAM RAIO NEAR SPACE:  HABEX-10 TO LAUNCH APRIL 25

The HABEX-10 Mission is scheduled for launching on Saturday
April 25th.  HABEX is the acronym for High Altitude Balloon
Experiment.  This flight is part of the Global Space Balloon
Challenge for 2015.  More information about HABEX and its
ties to amateur radio is on the web at www.habex.za.net

(SARL)

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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: FIRST ANALOG/DIGITAL DMR REPEATER COMES TO
PORTUGAL

The first compatible analog FM and Digital Mobile Radio
repeater has come to Portugal.  The CQ0UCSC is a UHF
repeater recently put into service by the by the Associa�ao
de Radioamadores da Linha de Cascais.

The new repeater is located near Lisbon and utilizes the
Motorola Mototrbo system currently at 10 watts out.  The
repeater listens on 431.125 MHz and transmits on 438.725
MHz.  When in analog FM mode access requires a 74.4 Hertz
sub audible access tone.  This allows its use both in
conventional analog FM at 25 kHz or Mototrbo D-M-R.

Its sponsors do note that CQ0UCSC it is not compatible with
either ICOM or any other form of D-STAR gear or the C4FM
System Fusion by Yaesu.  Users require a Mototrbo compatible
radio to make use of it for digital voice operation.

(CT1FBF

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RADIO SCIENCE: VLF ENTHUSIASTS PLAN ECLIPSE EXPERIMENT

?Very Low Frequency or V-L-F enthusiasts, mainly those
living in the United Kingdom and other Northern Hemisphere
regions are planning some experiments during a solar eclipse
on March 20th.  A number of these V-L-F observers will be
paying particular attention to received signal strengths
during this period and comparing results afterwards, with
the aim of compiling an in depth report.  Of particular
interest will be the NRK signal on 7.5 kHz from Iceland.
They are also interested in any results from other V-L-F and
Low Frequency stations.??For those planning to take part,
measurements should be prepared in a .CSV format and with
accurate time stamps.  The exact arrangements are still to
be finalized but will probably involve measurements for the
same time period before and the day after the eclipse.  If
you would like to participate in this study contact Paul
Hyde via e-mail to g4csd (at) yahoo (dot) co (dot) u.

(Space Blogspot, GB2RS, others)

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HAM RADIO IN SPACE:  FOX-1A DELIVERY AND P-POD INTEGRATION
SET FOR MARCH 25

Following the successful conclusion of vibration, thermal
and vacuum testing the Fox-1 ham radio satellite now is
stored in a clean environment waiting for launch.

Fox-1 completed its Mission Readiness Review at Cal Poly in
San Luis Obispo California on February 24th before a review
board of Cal Poly and NASA representatives.  Integration of
the satellite to its P-POD is now scheduled to take place on
March 25th.  P-Pod is a standard deployment system which
helps in the effort to reduce the satellite development time
for the CubeSat program.

AMSAT Vice-President Engineering, Jerry Buxton, N-zero-J-Y
says several required reports are being reviewed by the
launch provider.  Ongoing updates will be posted on the
AMSAT web page, on the AMSAT North America Facebook page, in
the AMSAT Journal and here on Amateur Radio Newsline.

(ANS)

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HAM RADIO IN SPACE:  SPACE STATION SSTV AND PACKET RADIO VIA
SUWS WEBSDR

Martin Ehrenfried, G8JNJ, reports excellent Slow Scan
Television and Packet Radio signal reception  from the
International Space Station using the online Southampton
University Wireless Society or SUWS WebSDR receiving
station.

The omni-direction helix antennas at the WebSDR were
designed with high elevation satellites in mind. Comparisons
with other WebSDRs show the SUWS antennas provide a 6 to
10dB better signal to noise ratio on similar passes.

You can use the free online Southampton University Wireless
Society Web Software Defined Radio from your PC or Laptop to
receive the ISS and the many amateur radio satellites
transmitting in the 144 to146 MHz or 435 10 438 MHz bands.
It also provides reception of High Altitude Balloons in the
434 MHz band and coverage of the microwave 10368 to 10370
MHz spectrum as well.

The Southampton University Wireless Society WebSDR is
located at Farnham not far from London.  You can listen to
it at http://websdr.suws.org.uk

(AMSAT-UK)

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THAT FINAL ITEM:   GERMAN AMATEUR RADIO BASED GROUP RESCUES
SHORTWAVE BROADCAST FREQUENCY

And finally this week, a group of hams in Germany have
brought back to life part of an international shortwave
station and naming it Channel 292. Here is Bill Pasternak
WA6ITF with the story.

[BILL:] When the station Deutsche Welle decided to close
down one of its 500 Kilowatt shortwave  broadcast
transmitters near Munich at the end of 2012, a group of
radio amateurs applied for and were allocated the then-
available short wave frequency of 6070 KHz.  That came about
in 2013.

This group now has an operational 10 Kilowatt station on the
frequency, using the driver stages from the old Deutsche
Welle transmitter.  The rest of the  transmitter was built
and is run by Rainer Ebeling, DB8QC.  The license allow
transmission 24 a day and 7 days a week, but Channel 292
currently it operates mainly on weekends.

Initially there will be two programs.  One called DARC Radio
that will contain DX related items DXpedition News, reports
and the like.  That will be in German.  The other is titled
"English Amateur Radio News" which will be broadcasting the
GB2RS News from the Radio Society of Great Britain in
English along with other ham radio information services.

Rainer Englert, DF2NU, is one of the group running the
station and also the president of the Munich South section
of the Germany's national amateur radio society D-A-R-C, the
Deutscher Amateur Radio Club.  He hopes to be able to
broadcast more often once sufficient content is available.

However there is one sour note.  The hams say that they are
already seeing other broadcasters such as Radio China moving
onto the frequency in the evenings as those stations
perceive 6070 KHz as a frequency free to use .

The stations program schedule is at tinyurl.com/channel-292-
on-air and it welcomes reception reports from listeners
anywhere in the world.  All will be answered with a QSL card
sent via via the DARC QSL bureau. For the Amateur Radio
Newsline, I'm Bill Pasternak WA6ITF in Los Angeles.

(DF2NU, DD5LP, WIA News)

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NEWSCAST CLOSE

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Award.  For consideration, a nominee must have used amateur
radio in some way that has benefited his or her community or
encouraged technological development directly or indirectly
related to communications.

Nominees must be 19 years or younger, and reside in the
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Rico or any of the Canadian Provinces.  The individual must
also hold a currently valid United States or Canadian
Amateur Radio license.

This award is not a contest.  The person selected as `Young
Ham of the Year' is judged on his or her overall
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The deadline for submitting an application is May 30th 2015
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For now, with producers Bill Pasternak, WA6ITF, in Los
Angeles and Skeeter Nash, N5ASH, in Topeka, plus our news
team world wide, I'm Hal Rogers KC8MD in Parma, Ohio, saying
73 and as always we thank you for listening. Amateur Radio
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