APRS users can lookup the license type and general location or address
associated with an Amateur Radio Callsign by sending a that callsign to
WHO-15 for “clients and IGates that do not support non-AX.25
In his Bicycle Mobile on the HF Bands article (a free preview from the August 2020 issue of QST Magazine), Christian Bravo, W4ALF, discusses “an easy way to implement a mobile radio system, for the operator on two wheels.” 1
After experimenting with pedestrian mobile and being active with Summits on the Air (SOTA), I was looking for a new amateur radio challenge. My experiences with portable ham gear led me to the idea of adapting my mobile setup to fit on my bicycle. The two-wheel setup would allow me to be even more mobile, and still be able to communicate on the HF bands. 1
On March 27, 2020, the AREDN Project announced the general availability of the latest stable version of AREDN firmware: V184.108.40.206
This release includes official support for the GL.iNet AR150 router used by many of our members. While there’s no longer a need to use a nightly development release for this router, as of March 28th this release has not been tested locally.
- 27 New Features
- 16 Bug Fixes
- Support for 16 New Devices
AREDN users are encouraged to visit the AREDN Release Notes v220.127.116.11 page for important information about
- Changes to the Supported Platform Matrix (both status changes for deprecated devices and the addition of new devices)
- Added Features
- Bug Fixes
- A link to a list of Known Issues
- Key Workarounds for this release
- Instructions for Upgrading Firmware Images
Please review the images built table for the target and name of the image to use before downloading a firmware update.
Amateur Radio in the United States has 29 allocations of RF spectrum. How many of these allocations do you use?