Everyone’s invited to the Jacksonville Antique Radio Society (JarsClub) Radio Sale & Swap Meet Saturday 09/03/2016. Buy. Sell. Trade. Swap.
Info at our website: www.jarsradioclub.wordpress.com Thank you!
Excellent Field Day article in Clay Today
The press release for Field Day 2016 has been added to the site and a direct link is below. If you would like more information you can contact Scott Roberts, the contact information and details are listed in the attached document.
Everyone check out this link by Bob Perkins, he customized his homepage to show weather information.
Mark your calendars.
We will be meeting at my place, June 4, 2016 at 9:00AM after the OPARC breakfast to clean up and organize the field day trailer, check antennas and coax, and whatever else needs to be done. This preparation makes the set up on the actual ARRL Field Day much easier for us all. The address is 1020 Browns Rd. Middleburg, FL 32068. Come out and help prepare for the big event and enjoy the fun and fellowship. With a little help, we should get done before lunch.
Greg Fitcher N4RVD
If you are studying or planning on upgrading to Extra be aware the current test questions are expiring June 30, 2016.
The next set of study questions are already published if you can’t take your test in time.
3rd Public Domain Release of 2016-2020 Extra Class Question Pool
They can be found at http://www.ncvec.org/page.php?id=365
This is a really neat device that runs on Windows and Linux. The DV4MINI is a USB stick containing 70 cm data transceiver. Works with D-Star, DMR, Fusion, APCO25, DPMR and other digital modes which are based on GMSK, 2FSK or 4FSK.
This ham has a great blog and has tons of fun projects you can do with this dongle.
Here is the System Fusion presentation that was recommended by Don Ahlskog K4EAE. This was presentented at Hamcation 2016.
JACKSONVILLE RADIO FREE FLEA
For more information please visit: http://nofars.net/hoas/hamfest
SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 2016
7AM UNTIL NOON
TERRY PARKER BAPTIST CHURCH PARKING LOT
7025 MERRILL RD. NEAR TOWNSEND BLVD
Check out this presentation about Yaesu System Fusion. This does not talk about the FT2DR or the FTM400XDR updated radios but it give a nice presentation for what Fusion is.