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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Training for the foundation licence

http://www.wia.org.au/licenses/assessor/training/documents/Foundation_Training_Slides_Nov_2009.pdf


http://www.g0mwt.org.uk/training/courses/foundation.htm

En Belgique

http://www.bipt.be/public/files/fr/1142/1546_fr_basisvergunning_final_opgestuurd_aan_bipt_24mar2004_fr.pdf

162am: The final moments of France Inter

SWL, BCL "SDR.hu" liste des KiwiSDR dans le monde

https://sdr.hu/



What is Software Defined Radio?

Today's technology allows us to build radio receivers that sample radio signals and process them on a PC or an embedded system. Similarly, transmitters can be built that generate the RF signal digitally, then convert it to analog. Software Defined Radio (SDR) refers to the technologies that make these exciting things possible.
This site has been created to popularize SDR technology. With the help of a cheap USB DVB-T dongle you can get into SDR quite easily. It allows you to listen to the radio signals around you, but it also lets you to learn about DSP and code your own receiver.
On sdr.hu, you can find SDR receivers that amateur radio operators shared, so you can listen to radio signals without even having to buy any SDR hardware! In fact, amateur radio is a great thing and also lets you experiment with transmitting on the air, by using various frequency bands and modulations.

http://sm2byc.ddns.net:8073/

http://sdr.radioandorra.org/





CW, Morse code and Telegraph Postage Stamps

http://www.telegraphkeys.com/pages/stamps.html



Il y a actuellement dans l'animation plus de 1400 timbres pour plus de 200 pays.
L'animation démarre de manière aléatoire à chacune de vos visites

http://f3cw.free.fr/index.php?lng=fr





เพลงแดนซ์ชิลๆ 130 BPM ชุดที่ 9 --- DJ JO SR






Monday, June 18, 2018

Pirates radio Logs from South-West of France - June 8 to 10 2018

http://alfalima.net/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=12602&sid=73bcfdc1f68014e9404431914c68d674



FOR SALE !

AM Transmitter 20KW / 1,5-30MHz  .2000 kg

http://www.elektrodump.nl/en/mw-hf-transmitters/1736-rft-funkwerk-kopenick-ksa1504.html



Missing United States Regions on my blog


Where are you amateur radio, SWL, and HamSphere user from Alaska, South Dakota   https://hamspheref0duw.blogspot.com/2018/06/south-dakota-rarest-states-of-united.html and Wyoming ?

http://www.w0zwy.org/


https://www.dxzone.com/catalog/Ham_Radio/Clubs/North_America/USA/South_Dakota/

Best Amateur Radio and Shortwave Apps for iOS, Android and Windows smart phones

https://swling.com/blog/2014/01/the-best-amateur-radio-and-shortwave-apps-for-ios-and-android-smart-phones/

"Virtual Transceivers
  • HamSphere (iOS/Android; Free) HamSphere is a virtual Ham Radio Transceiver. Once installed, you will be able to communicate with thousands of Amateur Radio operators and Radio Enthusiasts in over 200 countries around the world. You can even use HamSphere without a Ham Radio license by using a special HamSphere call sign. HamSphere is a highly realistic shortwave simulation based on SDR (Software Defined Radio) technology."

On of thr BEST wen site fpr SWL and BCL on the web
https://swling.com/blog/

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HamSphere 4.0 French DX contest 2018, the 14 and 15 July


Every new operator from France and French overseas territories ONE TIME during the contest. 
Countries and territories valid for multipliers: 
CORSICA 6C 104 TK 
FRANCE FR 14 F 
FRENCH GUIANA GF 22 FY 
FRENCH POLYNESIA PF 201 FO 
FRENCH SOUTHERN TERRITORIES TF 124 FB8Z 
GUADELOUPE GP 196 FG 
MARTINIQUE MQ 136 FM 
MAYOTTE YT 189 FH 
NEW CALEDONIA NC 172 FK 
REUNION RE 173 FR 
SAINT BERTHELEMY BL 346 FJ 
SAINT MARTIN MF 207 FS 
SAINT PIERRE AND MIQUELON PM 141 FP 
WALLIS AND FUTUNA ISLANDS WF 210 FW




This contest is dedicated to French National Bastille Day 14 of July. 

Contest info: 
Work as many operators from France and French overseas departments and territories on all continents as possible for multipliers and also with operators from all over the world (including France and French overseas departments and territories) for points. 

1st places in every category will receive 40 HS credits 
2nd places in every category will receive 25 HS credits 
3rd places in every category will receive 15 HS credits


Mode: SSB

Bands: 160 m, 80 m, 60 m, 40 m, 30 m, 20 m, 17 m, 15 m

Every participant can work all stations all over the world. Repeated QSOs with the same operator are valid on every new band. For every valid confirmed QSO you will receive points depending on distance between you and operator which you have worked. Multipliers will be every new French and French overseas territories operator once during all contest. List of territories which are valid for multipliers is shown below in the Multipliers section. Final result will be calculated as points for every valid confirmed QSO multiplied by a number of worked French and French overseas territories stations. QSL exchange is needed. Note, that only confirmed QSOs will be valid. Do not forget about the 15 minutes rule. 15 minutes must have passed before you can contact the same op on a different band. 

CATEGORIES: 
1) Group “Europe” (including France and Corsica) 
2) Group “Asia” 
3) Group “North America and South America” (including French Guiana, St Pierre and Miquelon, Martinique, Guadeloupe, St Barthelemy, St Martin) 
4) Group "Africa and Oceania" (including Reunion, Mayotte, French Southern Territories, French Polynesia, New Caledonia, Wallis and Futuna) 
1st places in every category will receive 40 HS credits 
2nd places in every category will receive 25 HS credits 
3rd places in every category will receive 15 HS credits






Total points for QSOs distances multiply by (Total numbers of worked French and French overseas territories operators+1)
+1 is for cases, if operator did not work with any operator from France or French overseas territories.

1 point per QSO (0-500 km) 
2 points per QSO (500 km-2500 km) 
3 points per QSO (2500 km-5000 km) 
4 points per QSO (5000 km-10000 km) 
5 points per QSO (10000 km-…



07:00 UTC the 14 July
End at 06:59 the 15 July
 http://hs40.hamsphere.com/contest.php





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Look all 9 QSL cards here  https://hamspheredxpeditions.blogspot.com/p/dxpeditions.html?spref=bl


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Friday, June 15, 2018

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Poor propagation on SW for the end of solar cycle 24

Poor propagation on short-wave amateur radio ( HF )
The rolling average for the coming months, compiled by the Sunspot Index
Data Center Brussels ( Belgium )


http://sidc.oma.be/products/ri/

 June 2018: 6
July: 6
Sept: 6
Oct: 6
Nov: 6
Dec:5
January 2019: 4

he estimated international sunspot number (EISN) is a daily value obtained by a simple average over available sunspot counts from prompt stations in the SILSO network. 
Time range: current month. 


Data description: Daily estimation of the Sunspot Number

http://sidc.oma.be/silso/eisnplot




Sunspot Index and Long-term Solar Observations
http://sidc.oma.be/silso/





Forecast for solar cycle 25
https://wattsupwiththat.com/2018/02/09/forecast-for-solar-cycle-25/




https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/products/solar-cycle-progression

"The current solar cycle 24 is decreasing faster than expected. The number of sunspots smoothed forecast for April to May 2018 is about 15; However, the actual monthly values ​​were lower. Will the solar minimum be longer than usual or could the solar cycle start earlier? Leading experts in the field of solar and space energy will convene a meeting in the coming years and try to predict the solar cycle 25. The "official" solar cycle forecasts include the month, the year and the intensity of the solar cycle. this maximum (peak, average number of sunspots). Consensus forecasts are the result of the collaboration of a solar cycle forecast panel composed of solar and space scientists from around the world. Usually, the committee considers all new relevant research findings, observational trends, and predictions of models available at the time of the panel. Like the hurricane season forecasts, the predictions of the solar cycle have improved; However, there are still significant differences in the prediction with respect to actual activity. Previous predictions of solar cycle forecast panel 24 predicted a maximum sunspot number of 90 in May 2013. After examining the actual sunspot numbers and solar activity, it was determined that the maximum solar cycle was reached in April. , 2014 and peaked at an average sunspot number of 82"
https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/news/solar-cycle-24-status-and-solar-cycle-25-upcoming-forecast


Best propagation was in the 50' and 60's...



INCREDIBLE GOOD PROPAGATION BETWEEN 1954 AND 1965 

Last publication of the IR5 index









"Solar activity in ionospheric forecasts
For the ionospheric prediction, the measured values of the ionospheric parameters must be analyzed according to a certain solar activity index. The forecast of this index allows the modeling of the future state of the ionosphere.

The CNET (
The Centre national d'études des télécommunications (French language acronym CNET, national center for telecommunication studies in English) was a French national research centre in telecommunications)
has adopted as a solar activity index a rolling five-month average of the relative number of spots defined by:




where IR5 is the index ( indice IR5 in French ) attached to month m and Rm is the average value of daily sunspot numbers for month m. ENST continues to calculate and use this index which has the advantage of presenting an excellent correlation factor with the ionospheric characteristics

Google translation


Cycle 24 from 2009/January to 2018/December


Max 90 ( 230 in the 50's and 50,s )




:Predicted_Sunspot_Numbers_and_Radio_Flux: Predict.txt
:Created: 2018 Jun 04 0200 UTC
# Prepared by the U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC).
# Please send comments and suggestions to swpc.webmaster@noaa.gov
#
# Sunspot Number: S.I.D.C. Brussels International Sunspot Number.
# 10.7cm Radio Flux value: Penticton, B.C. Canada.
# Predicted values are based on the consensus of the Solar Cycle 24 Prediction Panel.
https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/products/predicted-sunspot-number-and-radio-flux




FØDUW Frank ( only on HamSphere 4.0 )

HamSphere 4.0 is a unique platform, the only one of its kind in the world. It has been conceived and created totally new from the ground up. HS4 provides the experience of a realistic HF radio communication environment. 

The HS4 model takes in to account the physics of planet Earth, its surface topography like the continents, land masses, water bodies, oceans, lakes and seas. It also models hundreds of kilometers of atmosphere above the earth's surface, the ionization of gases in the upper atmosphere to realistically produce ionospheric layers. 

The earth and the geo-sphere have been modeled to spin on its axis over 24 hours to simulate day and night conditions. The model ensures that the earth revolves around the sun with a declination of 23.45 degrees to simulate seasons and its related effects on ionospheric behavior. The photo-ionization due to the radiations from the sun based on Sunspot Numbers (SSN) and the Solar Flux Index (SFI) determine the behavior of the Ionosphere and follow the 11 year solar cycle.


http://hs4.hamsphere.com/info


Propagation prediction and operation

The ionospheric layers D, E, F1 and F2 are modeled very accurately in the HamSphere 4.0 system. The ionosphere layer heights and charge densities precisely track the real world ionosphere, thus providing propagation conditions identical to the real world. Therefore HS4 operators can freely use the tools used by real world radio operators to determine and predict HF band openings. One of the most popular tools to find HF band openings and predict propagation behavior is the VOACAP Online Service. You can use the VOACAP Online Service to predict propagation conditions

Propagation Links: 

 http://hirweb.nict.go.jp/

http://www.spaceweather.com/

http://www.astrosurf.com/luxorion/qsl-ssn-history-voacap.htm

http://www.voacap.com/

http://hfradio.org/propagation_page3.html#FOT

https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/products/predicted-sunspot-number-and-radio-flux

http://www.hamqsl.com/solar.html

http://www.southgatearc.org/propagation/#.WyVr-lUzbDA

http://www.arrl.org/propagation-of-rf-signals

http://www.sws.bom.gov.au/Solar/1/6

https://dr2w.de/dx-propagation/
The most simple online service for propagation forecast and prediction



Exemple you are in Europe, on 15 meter, at 12 UTC= colors show you the propagation on this band ( RED is very good !!! ) South Africa, South America, Asia. It is very fast to see if there is propagation on amateur radio bands from 10 to 80 meter.