The HamSphere virtual Ham Band has now been in operation for over 2 years.
I am very greatful for all subscribers who have signed up to this system. You have really saved HamSphere.
At the time of writing there are 775 subscribers and about 3500 DX-Users active on the system.
Many HamSphere users are unable to operate a real Ham rig on their location.
It could be due to antennas, QRM or the simple fact that they live in a big city.
HamSphere has truly become a real substitute for an expensive Amateur radio rig and bulky antennas.
"Open Days" on HamSphere:
I feel that HamSphere should reach out to a wider audience.
This spring I have decided to open up the system "Free-to-air" on a few occasions.
Starting with the first event between 18-20 March the system will be fully open to all licensed Hams and HS-Licensed users.
There are a lot of newcomers on the system, so if you are interested in helping out as an experienced user, I would really appreciate that.
(Please note that your Transceiver may say "Running in Expired mode" during the events, it doesn't matter, you have full access anyway)