Stories covered and special features in This Weeks edition:
01. Ohio amateurs discover and fix "The Ditters" on the forty meter band.
02. Richard Garriot W5KWQ, says thank you to the worldwide amateur community.
03. Mike Dorrough, KO6NM, is trying to save the Voice of America transmitter
site in Delano, California.
04. Amateurs in Ireland get new allocations at five megahertz.
05. Amateurs in Spain get new allocations at 1.8 and 70 megahertz.
06. Skywarn Recognition Day Simulated Emergency Test is set for December 6th.
07. A new amateur radio digital desktop from Creative Services Software.
08. Microsoft is ready to unveil the test version of Windows 7.
09. The FCC amends the experimental license of WE2XRH to keep digital
broadcasting off the amateur bands.
10. The cross-band repeater is now active on-board the Space Station.
11. The FCC is now in the planning stages for the upcoming World Radio
Conference to be held in 2011.
12. Why is the ARRL located in Connecticut?
13. John Paoli, KG6GCB, Chief Engineer for KFI-AM in Los Angeles, SK.
14. A Washington AM broadcast will become the next 50 kilowatt outlet.
15. The ARRL-VEC is more than just amateur radio exams.
16. The Expedition 17 crew returns to earth from the Space Station.
17. Richard Garriot lands in Star City Russia with Expedition 17 crew.
18. The Expedition 18 crew takes command of the International Space Station.
19. The Random Access Thought with Bill Baran, N2FNH "SETI-Don Ecker #2)
20. Technology News and Commentary with Leo Laporte.
21. Courage Handi-Ham System Update with Pat Tice WA0TDA.
22. The FCC is reviewing possible FM IBOC power levels in new proposal.
23. The TWIAR Staff is now available on Twitter! Follow us!
24. Special event station listings.
25. The Gateway 160 Meter Net Report with Vern Jackson, WA0RCR.
26. Weekly propagation forecast.
27. The first Chinese amateur radio satellite, XW-1, scheduled for launch.
28. TWIAR QSL Cards are still available. Do you have one?
29. ARRL invites nominations for the 2008 International Humanitarian Award.
30. The Global Simulated Emergency Test is scheduled for next week.
31. Celebrating the life of Lenore Jensen, famous actress/ham, W6NAZ.
32. HD radio is highlighted at the Consumer Electronics Design Expo.
33. Stow-aways are aboard the new NASA probe to the Kaiper Belt. (Pluto)
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