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Here is vintage flim loaded into YouTube. Is all about Amateur Radio, produced by Dave Bell W6AQ.

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Is a good old Vintage flim! Enjoy it!


IARU Region 1 report recently on their September Newsletter, asking is 28MHz is a lost band? Yup! Over here in Region 3 often we also heard some of intruders.

Over at their Region 1 they also found much CB-like traffic (AM, FM, SSB) between 28 and 29.7 MHz in September 2011. Origins: Europe, Brazil, Far East. Besides that we observed, that the band is still crowded of numerous CIS taxi-cabs in FM. The conditions on the upper bands are raising, so we are able to recognize and realize the “apocalypse” on our exclusive band. Many authorities seem to be helpless or not interested in this disaster.

The International Amateur Radio Union Monitoring System (IARUMS) Region 1 Septembert 2011 newsletter can be read at

Please log your reports of Amateur Band intruders online at
http://peditio.net/intruder/bluechat.cgi - For Region 1 ONLY

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

IARU Monitoring System http://www.iaru-r1.org/index.php?option=com_content&


Below Youtube is about losses on your coaxial cable and also talk about Velocity Factor by Steve G0FUW. It is intended for use as part of the Bath-Based Distance Learning course for the UK Advanced RCF examination.

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