HAARP Goes Classical During New Experimental Campaign

The just-concluded run of ionospheric investigations conducted from Alaska’s High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) observatory — quite likely the most powerful HF transmission facility in the world — revived the latent short-wave listener (SWL) lurking within most radio amateurs. Operating under Part 5 Experimental license WI2XFX, HAARP this month even aired some classical

Current Status of ISS Amateur Radio

The Amateur Radio station aboard the International Space Station is known as the ARISS program – Amateur Radio on the International Space Station. Many astronauts and cosmonauts have amateur radio licenses. Amateurs from the ISS partner countries, in the USA, Russia, Japan, Europe and Canada, have set up the ARISS program to foster amateur radio

Clarington could spend $2.5 million to speed up highway improvements

Clarington is looking at spending $2.5 million to speed up much-needed improvements to the Waverley Road highway interchange. On Feb. 6, council voted to send a letter to the Ontario Ministry of Transportation, asking that the work be included in MTO’s five-year plan — about 14 years ahead of schedule. “That interchange really, really needs