CQ Chatter Newsletter


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Monthly features of CQ Chatter

Newsletter Editor

The newsletter editor is Bob - N1RB.


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November 2017

Firestorms Reveal Wireless Network Fragility
Scientists in Alaska Attempt to Produce Artificial Aurora
For Sale

October 2017

Foxhunt Report
Hams Connecting the Caribbean after Maria
FCC Opens 630 m and 2200 m Bands
Ionic Response to Solar Flares
For Sale

September 2017

Foxhunt Planned
Inexpensive Tone Control for the Shack
K1JT Has New "Whisper" Mode
Small Propagation Change Measured During Eclipse
A Hamming Vacation

August 2017

How's Propagation?
Digital Communications in Amateur Radio V - NBEMS

July 2017 -- Field Day Supplement

Hamvention 2017 Attendance: 29,296
Field Day 2017 A Success
Region 1 Intruder Watch Reports the Usual Suspects
Proclamation recognizing WCARC on Field Day, June 24, at Wood County Historical Museum
Field Day pictures

June 2017

Field Day Plans
Food Plans for Field Day
Sherlock Investigates Radio Failures
Another Hamvention is in the Books
Monrow Hamfest

May 2017

License Class Completed
Canada Best Place for Hams to Experience Solar Eclipse
Ham Nation 300 Special Event
New Bands! 630 Meters and 2,200 Meters

April 2017

April Program on Traffic
Technician Class to Wrap Up Soon
Islands On The Air (IOTA)
RadioShack Again Files for Bankruptcy
Crystal Manufacturer Closing after 6 Decades
ARRL Seeking Synergy with Maker Movement
Noise Floor Increasing

March 2017

HAARP Starts New Experimental Campaign
New Rookie Roundup Rules
National Museum to Mark 75th Anniversary of VOA

February 2017

Kick-off Brunch
Amateur Radio Parity Act--Another Try
Digital Communications in Amateur Radio IV - PSK/RTTY/MFSK/Olivia

January 2017

Second Annual Ohio ARES VHF Simplex Contest
Special Event Reenacts 1921 Amateur Transatlantic Reception
Try Drinking in These Frequencies


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