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  • Caribbean Emergency and Weather Net was Activated for Tropical Storm Harvey

    The Caribbean Emergency and Weather Net (CEWN) activated this week on 3.815 MHz for Tropical Storm Harvey, located in the Eastern Caribbean. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) in Miami is advising interests in the Caribbean Sea and adjacent land areas of eastern Central America and northern South America to monitor the storm’s progress.

    “The storm has gone over Barbados,” an August 18 post from...

  • Canada Proposes Implementing a 60-Meter Band While Retaining Discrete Channels

    An Industry Canada (IC) regulatory consultation (proceeding) aimed at implementing the changes from the 2015 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-15) could lead to the allocation of a 60-meter band in Canada in addition to the five discrete channels that are congruent with those in the US. IC is seeking comments on this and other revisions that take WRC-15 into account.

    “The consultation is...

  • Internet Access to ARRL Headquarters to be Disrupted on August 22

    Internet access to ARRL Headquarters in Newington, Connecticut, will be disrupted for up to 6 hours on Tuesday, August 22 (0400-1000 UTC). Affected systems include, but are not necessarily limited to e-mail, bulk mail, reflectors, Logbook of The World (LoTW), DXCC, National Parks on the Air (NPOTA), and the ARRL Development page.

    The outage is necessary for AT&T maintenance, and ARRL has no cont...

  • The K7RA Solar Update

    Several readers pointed out those averages for the various indicators we track were all wrong last week. Average daily sunspot number was 12.1 instead of 5, although the rest of the text in the bulletin was correct. Likewise, average daily solar flux was 73.2 instead of 71.

    And average daily planetary A index was 11.3 instead of 5, and mid-latitude A index was really 6.9 instead of 6.

    The current...