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  • W1AW

    06/25/2014 | W1AW Announces the 2014 Field Day Bulletin Schedule

    The W1AW Field Day bulletin schedule has been posted.
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    03/14/2014 | The K7RA Solar Update

    Quiet conditions in the near term forecast
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    12/20/2013 | The K7RA Solar Update

    Geomagnetic activity is relatively stable, with a forecast decline in solar flux
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    01/25/2013 | The K7RA Solar Update

    The average daily sunspot numbers this past week dropped nearly 73 points to 56.4, while the average daily solar flux declined nearly 47 points to 110.7. The average geomagnetic indices were up about 50 percent, but it was still very quiet.
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    06/13/2012 | W1AW Announces 2012 Field Day Bulletin Schedule

    Stations active during ARRL Field Day -- June 25-26 -- are eligible to receive 100 bonus points for copying the special Field Day bulletin transmitted by W1AW (or K6KPH on the West Coast) according to the schedule below. You must include an accurate copy
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    05/18/2012 | The K7RA Solar Update

    The average daily sunspot numbers for the past week rose nearly 25 points, or about 27 percent, to 117.3. The big day was Monday, May 14 when the daily sunspot number jumped to 156. This was the day after four new sunspot groups, numbered 1481 through 148
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    08/03/2011 | Investigation by ARRL OOs, Researchers Leads to Resolution of 60 Meter Interference

    Collaboration between ARRL Official Observers and researchers at Rutgers University has resulted in a change of operating frequency of coastal HF radars, eliminating interference to amateur stations using two frequencies in the 60 meter (5 MHz) band,
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    11/12/2010 | The K7RA Solar Update

    Both the average daily sunspot numbers and solar flux increased over the past week, with sunspot numbers up 7.4 points to 33.1, and solar flux up 2.1 points to 84.2. Four new sunspot groups have appeared since November 4. For some reason, NOAA is currentl
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