SOUTH AFRICAN RADIO LEAGUE

Amateur Radio TODAY
The SARL weekly radio programme for radio amateurs, shortwave listeners and electronic hobbyists

Another service to Amateur Radio by the South African Radio League

 

Updated
20 July 2014

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SARL@home 2 August  2014  NEW DATE

National Amateur Radio Centre

Contesting and Contesting logs  with Geoff Levey ZS6C

09:30 - 13:00

 

 

 

 

This is a free event for members. Non members pay R100 to attend. Please register by completing the booking form. We need this for catering arrangements. Download the form here


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Amateur Radio Today 20 July 2014

Your host:
Hans van de Groenendaal ZS6AKV

In the programme:

•News digest
     Hamnet Report

•Satellite report

••Techtalk on Tesla and Switch mode power supplies with Dawie Conradie ZR6DHC

•HF report

A rain presentation on APRS (part 2) 

 

The AM transmissions are by courtesy of Sentech

Learn about APRS from the person that invented it. Click here to listen to the full RAIN report

Amateur Radio TODAY 20July   2014

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SA AMSAT Satellite report with Dave Long here


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A CME THAT JUST MISSED OUR PLANET  SAVED THE EARTH FROM DISASTER

On 23 July 2012, a plasma cloud or "CME" rocketed away from the sun as fast as 3000 km/s, more than four times faster than a typical eruption. The storm tore through Earth orbit, but fortunately Earth wasn't there. Instead it hit the STEREO-A spacecraft. Researchers have been analysing the data ever since, and they have concluded that the storm was one of the strongest in recorded history.

Had the eruption occurred just one week earlier, the blast site would have been facing Earth, rather than off to the side, so it was a relatively narrow escape.  Watch the video here

 


The 9 January Solar Storm that wasn't!

What happened to the huge solar flare that was expected to cause a huge solar storm in 9 January and then it fizzled out?  Listen to Dr Pieter Cilliers of SANSA to find out what happend. Download audio here


30 Years of Amateur on Manned Space flights

Download the interview with Frank Bauer in the NASA International Space Station Control Room here


 


CQ Serenade  -
listen to this song about amateur radio

Watch the YouTube video