Field Day is almost here, and it is time to start preparing! We have set up an online sign-up sheet so that you can let us know how you plan to participate in Field Day this year. Please fill in the information below: Continue reading
one of these ideas is that if we send out volunteers teams to an area that is questionable due to safety concerns the we will have vehicles in front and back with flasher running, or if available a Club person walking with them with a radio. Continue reading
With a whopping 31,000+ listings, the new ARRL Repeater Directory® is the most complete printed directory of on-the-air repeaters ever! The 2017-2018 edition (46th edition) has 10,000 more listings than the previous edition, covering repeater systems throughout the US and Canada. Repeater systems are listed by state/province, city, and operating mode. Analog and digital repeater systems are included: FM, FUSION, D-STAR, DMR, NXDN, and P25 systems.
We are posting this per our by-laws. At the January meeting we voted to approve when the annual audit was to be done for club. The bylaws state the audit should be done in October. The board of directors made a motion to the club to move the audit to January of each year. An amendment to the bylaws had been drafted and can be viewed here (Click Here). We will vote to finalize and approve this amendment at the March meeting.
If there are any questions, please contact either Don or Scott.
“Hello everybody and welcome back to the Everything Ham Radio Podcast! In this episode we are going to talk about Stealth Antennas, we talk about some upcoming events/contests and hamfests over the next two weeks and wrap it up with some news from around the hobby!
Like the original Splinter…only better! Here’s what you get:
Just 10 days after being introduced, the 2017 Amateur Radio Parity Act legislation, H.R. 555, passed the U.S. House of Representatives this week on unanimous consent under a suspension of House rules. The bill’s language is identical to that of the 2015 measure, H.R. 1301, which won House approval late last summer after attracting 126 co-sponsors, but failed to clear the U.S. Senate last fall as the 114th Congress wound down. The new bill, again sponsored by Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL), was introduced on January 13 with initial co-sponsorship by Rep. Joe Courtney (D-CT) and Rep. Greg Walden, W7EQI (R-OR), who chairs the influential House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
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