The Fowler family was driving home from a Pueblo shopping trip when father Cody noticed a vehicle that had been behind them was no longer there. When the Fowlers turned around, they spotted the vehicle in a ditch along the side of Copper Gulch Road about 5 miles south of U.S. 50.
The US House Communications and Technology Subcommittee has announced plans for a multi-year effort to examine and update the Communications Act of 1934, the overarching law under which the FCC functions. The subcommittee, part of the US House Energy and Commerce Committee, is chaired by Oregon Republican Greg Walden, W7EQI. Walden and Energy and Commerce Committee Chair Fred Upton of Michigan made the announcement December 3.
After weeks of deployment the Philippines Amateur Radio Association (PARA) HERO (Ham Emergency Radio Operations) Network stood down November 27, although some activity continues during the disaster cleanup.
As vendors, carriers, politicians, analysts and advocates of all kind queue to offer their support to the emerging G.fast standard, there’s one group watching developments with apprehension: radio amateurs.
Club President Ross Dowse on VK2WI News reported much equipment was stolen and a major inspection and clean-up has been held during the past days.
The Radio Store, one of the landmarks that gave Akihabara it’s ‘Electric Town’ nickname, closed its doors for the last time on Saturday evening after 64 years in business.