HamSphere Newsletter May 2018
2018-05-04 07:47



Dear HamSphere Operators

Welcome to the spring 2018 Edition of the HamSphere Newsletter. May is here and we have a lot of good stuff coming your way so here we go:


HamSphere 10th year Anniversary

By Kelly, SM7NHC

This year HamSphere celebrates its 10 year anniversary. The first server version was dated 25 Dec 2007.



For me HamSphere is more than a "hyped up skype" as some people have chosen to call it. To me HamSphere is about the passion of Amateur Radio communication and all its concepts such as CQ, QSL cards, Call signs, propagation, antennas etc but also a touch of the "cold war" era where shortwave radio peaked around the world with number stations, jamming, propaganda etc.

HamSphere is the result of 48 years of communication radio experience. In 1970 my parents gave me a CB radio and I was hooked. Ten years later I managed to get my Amateur Radio license and have experimented with radio transmitters and receivers ever since. When you start your HamSphere 4.0 transceiver you will feel that it is something different than any other VOIP communication program. It will instantly take you back to the times when Ham Radio flourished with big antennas and home brew rigs and it really sounds and feels like the real thing.

It is first when you take a look under the hood you will understand how similar a real Ham Radio transceiver it really is. HamSphere is built just like a real transceiver with balanced mixers, side band filters, amplifiers, detectors using SDR (Software Defined Radio) technology. But the coolest part is the propagation model. HamSphere 4.0 "bounces" its signals off a virtual ionosphere in constant motion. This means that the communication on HamSphere 4.0 is following the natural laws of Shortwave communication affected by Sun Spot numbers and Solar flux values.

You can read more about HamSphere 4.0 and its technology here: http://www.hamsphere.com/5_51094_read.html

I am very proud of the HamSphere community, our Admins and Elmers, our Support staff and our dedicated Subscribers, Trial and DX-Users. Without you guys HamSphere would not exist. Thank you!

Sincerely

Kelly Lindman
SM7NHC / 5B4AIT
Founder HamSphere


A message from the Administrators

HamSphere has connected us to so many different people from many parts of the world. We have awards in place of all platforms of HamSphere to reward you of your achievements. We have watched the HamSphere community grow over many years to which it has become a place for making new friendships. The HamSphere platform is here for radio enthusiasts of all ages to enjoy. There has been many who have become licensed Amateur Radio Operators with the help of our HamSphere Transceiver along with the assistance of many operators on our system being an Elmer.

Our member base is increasing all the time with new operators giving this hobby a try. You, the seasoned operator of HamSphere can help the new HamSphere user become more efficient and experienced by giving your assistance during QSO. Remember, at one time or another we were all new to this so please enjoy this hobby of radio communications, be nice and helpful to one and another and enjoy the HamSphere experience.

Peter, VK2PSW
HamSphere Administrator


HamSphere 3.0 News

Our entry level HamSphere 3.0 is still very popular, over first four months in 2018 we have seen about 14200 active users on HamSphere 3.0. As a comparison, HamSphere 4.0 was used by about 6400 operators during the same period which is a steady increase from last year where the count was about 5000. In 2017 all in all, HamSphere 3.0 was used by 35137 users and HamSphere 4.0 by 17012 users.

The total number of users who have used the HamSphere 1.0-3.0 transceiver since 2007 is 216638.
The HamSphere 4.0 transceiver has been used by a tally of 43902 users since 24 July 2014 when 4.0 opened.

We currently run one contest on HamSphere 3.0 which is the Annual Christmas contest. Results further down.

New HamSphere 3.1 Beta Release

After 6 years since the 3.0.3.2 release we are releasing a new 3.1 beta release with a brand new skin.



Download from http://www.hamsphere.com/download


Latest from Elmers/Admins on HamSphere

Hello from the Elmers/ Moderators on HS3. We are here to welcome new members and any station that requires our assistance. We help anyone that needs us. Its so good to see so many new stations trialing this great system. We dont know everything about HS3 but what we dont know we can find out from the Moderators. We can speak to support to help sort your problems. You can find us by looking in the live cluster for us. Look for the letter E in front of our callsigns. Please do not be afraid to call us, we like nothing more than welcoming new stations to the HamsPhere family we are like one big happy family. Any stations can give you help and advice so do not be afraid the only foolish questions are the ones that dont get asked. So please dont be shy and ask away. We will do our best. The Moderators are on hand for the harder questions and to help sort out any disputes. So welcome to this wonderful programme and I hope to speak to you soon on the bands.

de G0MOK Robert.


Latest from 40m Help Group on HamSphere 3.0

Robert M0RCK is teaching operators Code of Conduct, Band Plans, Procedures and how to operate the system properly etc. This Help Group is doing good work, teaching ops about HS3 and HS4. You can find Robert on HamSphere 3.0 on 40m Early Morning Help Group frequency of 07.050.00

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1681612182087104/


HamSphere 4.0 Show Your Rig

The invention domain does not find any limits when operators get started with their HamSphere 4.0 builds. Here a rig from Hans Lousberg, 19HS3396 where he is using very innovative solutions stacking multiple rig functionality using background plates. Hans is here using the Kenwood skin which does not have any plate screws. HamSphere 4.0 consists of small plug-in modules that are used as a kind of "LEGO"-blocks making it possible to design your rig in any way or form.

More at https://www.facebook.com/groups/HamSphereShowYourRig/




HamSphere 4.0 Mobile News

We have extended the trial time to 30 days for all mobile plug-ins. We currently have 10 different plug-ins which turn your mobile phone into a powerful Ham Radio transceiver for the HamSphere bands.

Download the HamSphere 4.0 App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hamsphere.android.hs4hf

Get the Plug-Ins: https://mobishop.hamsphere.com



Mobile Awards

Current Mobile scores. We have some 260 users hunting the prestigious Mobile Awards. The top-10 right now.



The complete Mobile Top-list here: http://hs4.hamsphere.com/mobile.php


HamSphere Digi modes

We have good news. Finally we are issuing 3 new DIGI-Awards and a CW award. Our users have longed for these awards and they can be achieved by logging your QSOs as PSK, SSTV, RTTY or CW.



Join the Digimodes on HamSphere Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/hamspheredatamodes/

See all HamSphere 4.0 Awards: http://hs4.hamsphere.com/dxhc


New Antennas for mobile / PC

80m Bruce array for the Mobile phone

Bruce Array is an antenna in the family of Curtain Array antennas which provide excellent performance in the lower HF and MF spectrum. It is optimized as a lightweight wire antenna which lends itself to easy deployment and good portability. It offers a remarkable TX gain of 6.1 dBi with an even better RDF RX gain (RX directivity) of 10 dBi. The peak radiation level is at 20 degrees elevation with an azimuth beamwidth of +/- 36 degrees. The Bruce Array is a DX hunter's delight.


News from HamSphere 4.0 Web shop

Audio compressor for both RX and TX audio.



A compressor/limiter is a type of amplifier in which gain is dependent on the signal level passing through it. You can set the maximum level a compressor/limiter allows to pass through, thereby causing automatic gain reduction above some predetermined signal level, or threshold.

The audio compressor is useful for lowering the dynamic range of a vocal, making it easier to be heard over the air without distortion. For example, if you move around in front of the microphone during a QSO, making the output level vary up and down unnaturally. A compressor can be applied to the signal to help correct this phenomenon by reducing the louder passages enough to be compatible with the overall signal.


This is the smaller version of the Audio Compressor/Limiter. Both plug-ins have 6 setting knobs for:
Input Threshhold: Where the compressor should start kicking in level wise.
Ratio: Audio level reduction 1:1 to 1:12
Attack: Time before the compression kicks in
Release: Time to hold gain after the compression kicked in
Limiter: Extra limiter to limit output spikes
Output: Make up gain
The plug-in has an A/P switch for (A)ttached and (P)ass through
The compression can be done on RX audio and TX audio or TX audio only by selecting the R/T switch.
Left LED instrument shows Gain Reduction and Right LED instrument shows Output level.


The VFO Advanced Wide

VFO Dial Plugin
L-Linked (adjusts the receive and transmit frequencies simultaneously)
R- adjusts the receive frequency only
T- adjusts the transmit frequency only
R=T- sets the receive frequency equal to the current transmit frequency
Swirling the VFO knob with the mouse will instantly alter the frequency in small increments. If you
swirl the VFO slowly, the frequency increments are smaller. Move the VFO knob very carefully for
fine-tuning. The frequency can be adjusted in 1-Hz, 10 hz and 100hz steps.

This VFO also cover the USB, LSB, CW and FM mode as well as Power Off and VOX. In addition it comes with a step up/down buttons.VFO Dial Plugin
L-Linked (adjusts the receive and transmit frequencies simultaneously)
R- adjusts the receive frequency only
T- adjusts the transmit frequency only
R=T- sets the receive frequency equal to the current transmit frequency
Swirling the VFO knob with the mouse will instantly alter the frequency in small increments. If you
swirl the VFO slowly, the frequency increments are smaller. Move the VFO knob very carefully for
fine-tuning. The frequency can be adjusted in 1-Hz, 10 hz and 100hz steps.

Big Power Switch

Big Power Switch. This switch has a built in delay for unintentional clicking. It is 244 pixels wide and fits on most radios and will give your transceiver a really cool look. It was developed on request from our users and if you have any Plug-in ideas you can share them on our Plug-in suggestion Facebook group:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/HamSphere.4.0.Plugin.Suggestions/


Rare Countries



We have heard operators from the following rare countries over the past two months on both HamSphere 3.0 and 4.0

ANGOLA, BAHRAIN, BOTSWANA, CAMEROON, CONGO DEMOCRATIC REP, CORSICA,
COTE IVOIRE, ETHIOPIA, FRENCH POLYNESIA, GHANA, GREENLAND, GRENADA, HONDURAS, JORDAN,
KAZAKHSTAN, KENYA, KYRGYZSTAN, MALDIVES, MARTINIQUE, MAURITIUS, MONGOLIA,
MYANMAR, NAMIBIA, NEPAL, OMAN, QATAR, RODRIGUES ISLAND, SAINT HELENA, SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS,
SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE, ST. MAARTEN, SUDAN, SURINAME, SWAZILAND, SYRIA, TANZANIA,
TURKMENISTAN, UZBEKISTAN, VATICAN CITY STATE, VIRGIN ISLANDS (U.S.), ZIMBABWE


DXpedition Reports and Special Event Stations

By Pat 14HS1

DXpedition:

138HS190
Op. Gerard 19HS190
Date: 16/03/2018 to 22/03/2018
QTH: Vatican City
Grid: JN61fv

XE/CT1ZR
Op. Alvaro
Date: 10/12/2017 to 30/12/2017
QTH: Tapachula, Mexico
Grid: EK34uv
Date: 31/12/2017 to 10/01/2018
QTH: San Cristobal de Las Casas, Mexico
Grid: EK36qr

257HS110
Op. Yeye 173HS110
Date: 30/01/2018 to 10/02/2018
QTH: Rodrigues island
Grid: MH10rh

HP/HK6HFY
Op. John
Date: 09/12/2017 to 26/12/2017
QTH: Panama city, Panama
Grid: FJ09ga

Island On HamSphere:

IOHS/AS017
Op. Scott K0DUB
Date: 24/02/2018 to 08/03/2018
QTH: Okinawa Island, Japan
Grid: PL36wn

IOHS/AF017
Op. Yeye 173HS110
Date: 30/01/2018 to 10/02/2018
QTH: Rodrigues island
Grid: MH10rh

IOHS/AS026
Op. Ninja JA1WCV
Date: 26/01/2018 to 28/01/2018
QTH: Jeju Island, South Korea
Grid: PM33fl

IOHS/AF004
Op. Marcel PD7YY
Date: 01/01/2018 to 07/01/2018
QTH: Tenerife Island, Canary Islands
Grid: IL18rb

IOHS/OC046
Op. TU2QU/FO Jean-Marie
Date: 01/12/2017 to 04/12/2017
QHT: Motu Ahi (Moorea Lagoon), French Polynesia
Grid: BH52ck

Special Event Station On HamSphere:

14HE2018
Op. Pat 14HS1
Date: 24/03/2018 to 01/04/2018
QTH: Brittany, France
Grid: IN78xe
Special event station for the « Spring Wolf Hunt 2018 » by LNDX

14HE51
Op. Joel 14HS51
Date: 22/03/2018 to 25/03/2018
QTH: Epernay, France
Grid: JN19xa
Special event station for the 22th Rally of Champagne wines, Epernay

If you would like to be active from a rare/most wanted/new country or from an island, a lighthouse or a castle on HamSphere 4.0, we can provide you a sponsored account with all plug-ins and antenna needed for have a powerful station. 
The official DXpeditions QSL cards are also included and ready to use on the account. 
Islands, lighthouses & castles with an official reference on HF bands are eligible for IOHS, LOHS and COHS activity on HamSphere.




For more info, please contact Pat 14HS1 via HamSphere or HamSphere 4 message or via Facebook: 
For HamSphere Private Message: http://www.hamsphere.com/pm.php?5,page=send,to_id=1660536 
For HamSphere 4.0 Private Message: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/pm.php 
For Facebook messenger Message: https://www.facebook.com/14HS1 


Old Timers Net

By Tony 29HS132

Come one come all the legend 29HS132 is back with a Old Timers Net on 15 Meters frequency 21.320.00 on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 20.00 Hrs to 21.00 Hrs Weekly on Hamsphere 3.0 If your having a bad day come on my Net we will cure it !. This is the way a Net should be FUN !


HamSphere 80 Meter Award Net



By Larry N8RGO

The HamSphere 80 meter award net is going into the Spring and Summer which as we all know does not make for very good propagation. Our new start time for this time of the year is at 0200 UTC on Mondays. The hour start time difference seems to be making a difference in bringing in more of the western states. Traffic from California was heard by two stations checking in on the last net, so that is a good indication that others out west can make it into the net with little or no problems. Better Antennas of course will help in making a difference on how you will reach the eastern side, but so far all seem to be going well.

DX this time of the year is much harder to achieve, however if we do get any DX stations checking in we will do our best to see if the state side stations you wish to contact can in fact be made. As always we do maintain a Facebook page for the 80 meter award net so please send a request to join if you are not already a member. We wish to encourage all states to check in and help support this great net that has been going on now for over a year and a half to help operators achieve their 80 meter award. So please check in Mondays at 0200 UTC / local time Sundays at 10 PM EST on frequency 3750 represent your state and achieve your award at the same time. Many last year got their 25 states out of 50 during the net and some even achieved their worked all states by getting their 50th state as well. Look forward to seeing you all on the net.

73 N8RGO

https://www.facebook.com/groups/hamsphere80meterawardnet


Weekly Chat Net

By Riaan, 44HS1509

The Weekly Chat Net is running on 145.400 MHz HamSphere 4.0 on Mondays and Saturdays between 19:00 and 21:00 UTC. During the nets we will be discussing HamSphere related topics like how to work split frequencies,working QRP,etc. Everybody will be welcome to come and join in the fun



North America Rag Chew Net


The HamSphere North America Rag Chew Net, for the Spring, Summer, and early Fall is meeting on 40 Meters. The Net meets each week on Wednesday and Friday at 01:00 UTC. The net starts out with check in on Frequency 07.030 and after all the check ins have been recognized and greeted, they are then given the opportunity to make contact with another station that is currently checked into the net. Once that is completed the Net Control has everyone move to the 2 Meter Band at Frequency 145.300 ( we always ask the operators to lower their power and their microphones just a little) and on the 145.300 is where the round table, questions and answers, and discussion take place.

The reason we go to 2 meters is so that distant stations can comfortably take part in the round table discussion.We have been averaging 15 check in per session of the net sometimes we have more but normal is 15 operators. We have had presentations on VOACAP by Tim VA7FT and Rob 2HS6874 – and there is a video of that presentation available.

The last few nets there has been some great discussions covering such subjects as Spotting, DX Monitors, Antennas, to name but a few. This net is designed to assist Operators and to answer questions. The group we have is a fountain of knowledge and experience so if you have questions this is the net to bring it to.

We are not, by nature, a contact net, but if someone does need a contact we are not opposed to that, but our main goal is the sharing of information, answering questions and helping our fellow HS operators enjoy this great system.
Most all of the presentations that we have done on the HamSphere North America Rag Chew Net are available on video on YouTube. Should you wish to see any of these videos please contact me (9HS4755) and I will provide the links.

On behalf of myself and Rik our Net Logger I thank each and every operator who checks in every week, for without this great support the net could not function.

The HamSphere North America Rag Chew Net: Wednesdays and Fridays 01:00 UTC on 40 Meters Freq 07.030 and 2 Meters 145.300

(Check the Event Calendar)

9HS4755 – Wayne – Net Control
2HS1189 – Rik - Net Logger
KC9HH – Harold – Assistant Net Control

Our facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/658843597656106/


Latest from the India DX Net



India DX Net (a.k.a IDX Net) has been consistently operating on HamSphere for almost five years on a regular basis. Currently, we operate twice a week on HS3 and expect to soon work another two days per week on HS4. The objective of IDX Net had been to disseminate information regarding both HamSphere 3.0 and 4.0 platforms. It performs as a discussion net with a global outreach. Not only has the net earn a distinguished reputation as a source of authentic information pertaining to HamSphere and ham radio, it has also become a live forum to dwell into topics related to HF Radio Propagation, Antennas, Operating practices, Ethics, HF Transceivers, Station equipment setup and various other matters related to Ham Radio. The friendly and interactive nature of the net allows for questions to be freely tabled by participants which are discussed threadbare and satisfactory answers and solutions delivered. Our strength has always stemmed from the vast pool of knowledgebase and collective wisdom of participating HamSphere Radio operators.

India DX Net is proud to have amongst its regular participants a set of operators from around the world with collective experience aggregating to hundreds of man-years of diverse expertise and skill sets pertaining to all aspects of Amateur Radio including HF/VHF/UHF communication, propagation, antennas, DX operating skills, deep understanding of communication equipment, various modes of radio communications including CW and various digital modes, etc.

India DX Net has always tried to position itself in a manner where operators who are new to the hobby are helped and motivated to learn and understand the finer nuances of amateur radio and develop the required skills to enjoy HamSphere.

We thank the entire HamSphere community for the overwhelming support IDX Net received through the journey over several years. We will look forward to your continuing support and patronage in future too.

Those who might be new to IDX Net may join our FaceBook group and browse through a plethora of articles and posts related the art and science of HF radio communications. Click on the URL below to join the group.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/HamSphere.IDXnet.HF.radio/


For live discussions, please come and join us on IDX on HS3. We will be pleased to take up any questions or topic of discussion brought up by you.

.
India DX Net operating schedule...

Frequency: 28.455 MHz (10m band)
Net Time: 11:30 UTC onwards
Net Days: Tuesday and Thursday
Platform: HamSphere 3.0 (with sessions on HamSphere 4.0)

Hoping to meet you all soon... 73, de VU2NSB (Basu) - Net Control Operator


Master DXer Awards



We have run the Master DXers awards for a little over a year now.

This is an annual award that is issued to top scoring DX operators after every calendar year as per rules.
The eligibility for this award will start from 1st January of the year and will be open for points accrual till 31st December of each year.

We'd like to congratulate the following operators for achieving the MasterDXer award 2017.

LW6DC, Nestor
RA9CUH, Alex,
VU2RVE, Ravi
6HS773, Luz Mery
PU2MNQ, Miguel

More info: http://hs4.hamsphere.com/masterdx


Contests on HS 3

Here are the results from the HamSphere "Christmas Contest 2017" that was held 2017-12-26 08:30 to 11:00. The results are based on a properly filled out logbook and that power limitation were kept.

Congratulations to Angelo, 31HS688 who won this contest with the score of 2016. Well done!

We would like to thank all contesters for your participation. Welcome back 26 Dec 2018.

Full results here: http://www.hamsphere.com/26_50564_read.html


Contests on HS 4


The North American Winter Contest 2017, Dec 16, 2017

Category US/Canada: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_42474_read.html
Category Europe: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_42484_read.html
Category Asia: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_42494_read.html
Category: South America, Central America & Caribbean islands, Africa, Australia & Oceania: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_42504_read.html

HamSphere 4.0 New Year Contest 2018 , Jan 6, 2018

Results: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_42724_read.html

HamSphere 4.0 Benelux contest 2018, Jan 20, 2018

Category: Category A, Europe: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_42794_read.html
Category: Category B, Asia: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_42804_read.html
Category: Category C, North and South America: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_42814_read.html
Category: Category D, Africa and Oceania: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_42824_read.html

HamSphere 4.0 All Asia DX contest 2018, 17 Feb 2018

Group A: Asia: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_42934_read.html
Group B: Euro: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_42944_read.html
Group C: North and South America: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_42954_read.html
Group D: Africa and Oceania: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_42964_read.html

Late Night DX Gang European Union Open Championship 2018, 10 Mar 2018

Group A: Asia: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_43264_read.html
Group B: Europe: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_43274_read.html
Group C: North America and South America: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_43284_read.html
Group D: Oceania and Africa: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_43294_read.html

HamSphere 4.0 Pacific Ocean Contest 2018, 24 Mar 2018

Group A: Europe: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_43334_read.html
Group B: Asia: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_43344_read.html
Group C: North and South America: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_43354_read.html
Group D: Africa and Oceania: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/64_43364_read.html


RDF Contest results


Here are the results of the HamSphere 4.0 RDF contest April 2018.

We congratulate the Epsilon team that managed to pinpoint the beacons with the score of 5951 and won this contest. They got 15HS18 within a few hundred yards which is amazing!!!
Also team Alpha did a decent result with 3436 and nailed 15HS18 also within a few hundred yards.
PI-team still needs a little more practice. Their best performance was 17HS18 within 76 km.

HamSphere would like to thank all teams for a well performed contest and we wish you welcome back to the next one.

Winning team Epsilon members received the following prizes:

Pavel UR5FAI: 50 Euro HS Credits
Alexey 50HS6209: 50 Euro HS Credits
Andy SP2DNI: 50 Euro HS Credits
Graeme VK7KT: 50 Euro HS Credits
Fabio PY5ZR: 50 Euro HS Credits
Sunil 177HS337: 50 Euro HS Credits



See the RDF contest Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/672109146258046/


Latest Band plan on HamSphere 4.0




The 4.0 BC Band News


The Broadcast 48m band is flourishing on HamSphere 4.0. Many stations around the world are trying out their wings. The 48m band is not a walk in the park. It requires skills to master. Our broadcasters have a small power AMP which enable them to elevate the power to slightly over 1 kilowatt, necessary for the band conditions. We also provide a set of effective BC antennas for the purpose.

Here is the active BC band list. If you are interested in joining this broadcasting community, please send us a support message http://www.hamsphere.com/support




Video Tutorials

Mike WB7ECW tutorials: http://hs40.hamsphere.com/videos.php?external


Download the software

Download HamSphere 3.0 for Windows, Linux and Mac

Download HamSphere 4.0 for Windows, Linux and Mac

Download HamSphere 4.0 for Android


Use the Support Ticket System

We have a 24-hour support ticket system where you can get support regarding anything about HamSphere.

* Changing call signs
* Technical problems
* Suggestions
* General questions, etc.

http://www.hamsphere.com/support



And remember, always state the HamSphere system (3.0 or 4.0) including operating system and computer model such as Windows, Mac. Linux etc for faster support. You can also attach a screenshot of the issue if you like.

Geert 13HS575
HamSphere Support


How to Subscribe

The HamSphere annual subscription costs 30 Euro, that is about $40 USD and includes all our features even the iPhone and Android apps. It also includes the standard 4.0 transceiver.

Click here if you are interested in subscribing to HamSphere and get all features

For many years our operators have asked for a Subscription alternative payment to PayPal. Finally we are able to process debit and credit cards directly via a Secure Payment Gateway.



Welcome to the HamSphere online shop





Lost Password / Restore data

How do I get a new password? We get this question often.
Here are two links to fix this.

Click here to get a new password

Or

Click here to set your own password

If it still doesn't work, please contact our support and we will manually give you a new password.

Restore your HamSphere 4.0 rig: http://backup.hamsphere.com/restore_rig.php


Links to official Facebook groups

HamSphere Official 1-8 Net https://www.facebook.com/groups/330564887309180/
Digimodes on HamSphere https://www.facebook.com/groups/hamspheredatamodes/
HamSphere 4.0 - Show Your Rig https://www.facebook.com/groups/148521312150096/
HamSphere Main https://www.facebook.com/groups/hamsphere/
HamSphere 4.0 Main https://www.facebook.com/groups/hamsphere4.0/
HamSphere QSL-cards https://www.facebook.com/groups/1420003911568854/
HamSphere Late Night DX-gang https://www.facebook.com/groups/LateNightDX/
HamSphere SKED - QSO Scheduling https://www.facebook.com/groups/1012951745412722/
HamSphere DJin In The BC Band https://www.facebook.com/groups/hamspheredjininthebcband/
Hamsphere Russian-language radio club https://www.facebook.com/groups/1734563776800249/
HamSphere 4.0 Technical Discussions https://www.facebook.com/groups/1467781153543883/
HamSphere 4.0 Mobile https://www.facebook.com/groups/HamSphere.4.0.Mobile/
HamSphere Contest Club (HSCC) https://www.facebook.com/groups/HamSphere.Contest.Club/
HamSphere India DX Net https://www.facebook.com/groups/HamSphere.IDXnet.HF.radio/


HamSphere on Twitter and Facebook

We have now received over 68000 recommendations on Facebook – Thank you FB users.
And Thank You to over 9700 followers on Twitter. Super!!

Follow HamSphere 4.0 on facebook

There is so much information on all of our Facebook Groups to help you with queries and please, any questions just ask away, someone will be around to help with any questions that are asked. If you haven't joined any of our Facebook groups, do a search for "HamSphere" and you will find them and click on join to become a member.





And our Facebook group

Thank you for your interest and your continued Support.

Kelly 5B4AIT
HamSphere Founder