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This is the original, officially online since 2000, on a mission to preserve the ham radio heritage.

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Make sure you also check how to distinguish between genuine and fake Icom radios.

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November 2016:A new SDR receiver from SDRPlay, the RSP2
November 2016:A new mobile multinorm CB from CRT: 2000
November 2016:A new dual band HT from Baofeng, the UV-6R
October 2016:Two new tribanders for the US market from Baofeng/Btech: UV-5X3 and UV-50X3
October 2016:A new miniature/pocket APRS transceiver, DB1NTO PicoAPRS
September 2016:A new 2 m transverter from Kuhne, the TR-144 Pro
September 2016:A new external speaker from Icom made to match IC-7300, the SP-38
September 2016:A new high-end desk microphone from Yaesu, the M-1
August 2016:Updated ID-51 HT with new D-Star modes: Icom ID-51A Plus2 / ID-51E Plus2 (USA/Europe)
August 2016:Kenwood's new HT with DV, APRS and allmode RX: TH-D74A / TH-D74E (USA/Europe)
August 2016:Finally a 991 with a usable realtime scope. The updated Yaesu FT-991A
August 2016:Two new multi-DV capable receivers/scanners from Icom: IC-R30 and IC-R8600
August 2016:A new HF/6 m SDR transceiver from Icom: IC-7610
June 2016:A new SSB/CW filter module from Sotabeams for Yaesu FT-817, the Laserbeam-817
June 2016:A new QRP transceiver from Ukraine, the Mini SW2016
May 2016:A new HT with allmode RX, DV and APRS from Kenwood: TH-D74
May 2016:A new super compact HF rig from Elecraft, the KX-2
May 2016:A new ground breaking FM/DV mobile tribander from Wireless Holdings, the DV4mobile
May 2016:A new HF/6 m rig from Yaesu, the FT-891
May 2016:New mobile dual banders with DV option from Alinco: DR-735E / DR-735T (Europe / USA)
May 2016:New scanners from Whistler with DMR capability: TRX-1 and TRX-2
March 2016:New digital audio filter modules from Sotabeams: CW, SSB & General Purpose
March 2016:A new SSR/ADS-B receiver with a twist, the Airnav Radarbox ComStation
March 2016:A new System Fusion VHF mobile from Yaesu: FTM-3200DE / FTM-3200DR (Europe / USA)
January 2016:Europe's first mobile PMR446: Midland GB1

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The amateur's code, formulated in 1928
§1 - The amateur is considerate
He never knowingly uses the air in such a way as to lessen the pleasure of others

§2 - The amateur is loyal
He offers his loyalty, encouragement and support to his fellow radio amateurs, his local club and his national association, through which amateur radio is represented

§3 - The amateur is progressive
He keeps his station abreast of science. It is well-built and efficient. His operating practice is above reproach

§4 - The amateur is friendly
Slow and patient sending when requested, friendly advice and counsel to the beginner, kindly assistance, cooperation and consideration for the interests of others; these are the marks of the amateur spirit

§5 - The amateur is balanced
Radio is his hobby. He never allows it to interfere with any of the duties he owes to his home, his job, his school or his community

§6 - The amateur is patriotic
His knowledge and his station are always ready for service of his country and his community

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