September 24 & 25, 2016
Registration for this class is REQUIRED
Please contact Paulette Quick firstname.lastname@example.org(subject: Tech Class) or (608) 255-0639 to register.
As a Licensed Amateur Radio Operator You Get To:
Serve Your Community
Become a weather spotter - SKYWARN!
Meet New Friends
Have Your Own Individual FCC Callsign
The UW Space Place and FLARC will be holding a weekend course where YOU will learn everything you need to earn your Amateur Radio Technician license.
You donâ€™t need to learn Morse Code for any Ham license!
This class is Saturday and Sunday, September 24-25, 2016, 8am-5pm.
2300 S. Park Street, in the Villager Mall lower level.
This is FREE to you, thanks to our sponsoring organizations!
For more information please contact Paulette Quick,
email@example.com(subject: Tech Class), (608) 255-0639
ARRL, The national association for Amateur Radio --
Helping Hams Get Started Since 1914.
There will not be a general membership meeting this month. Instead we will be holding the annual foxhunt. Start time is 19:00 at 401 Charmany Ln, the east end of the First Business Bank building parking lot.
The fox will be on 146.465MHz.
The repeater for this will be the 147.150+ pl 123.0.
We hope to see you there!
Imagine the concept of a lump of matter which, on command, transforms itself into a complete ham rig, including antenna. Here is a documented, long article about Programmable Matter. And here is a casual video about the same subject.
This is not the usual daily, commercial, mailing list that badgers hams with long, thinly disguised, advertising emails.
This one's daily messages are very short, yet often are stimulating. Each one can be read and deleted in 30 seconds or less. Here's the signup screen. No strings attached
Welcome to the wonderful world of antenna launchers...airguns, slingshots, tennis balls, whatever,
An unusual dual-band, multi-mode, mobile radio is supposed to be on display at Dayton. The rig supports DMR, D-Star, C4FM, and has a slot for an LTE SIM card. There's more about it here.
The article also links to a Ham-modified TYT HT which now has D-Star, P25, and System Fusion. More here.
According to this link, there is now a way to incorporate a vacuum tube on board a Pi. Appropriate for today's date? Well, the objectives seems sound.
Also see this link, from Germany. They've taken the matter a bit further into nostalgia.
This may pique your curiosity:
NOTE: The Grammar and Spelling Police have already been notified.