We’re pleased that we have 16 folk in our Technician and Extra classes. We only had one for General, so we’ll try to teach that one in the Spring.
A recording of the June club meeting presentation at the Richmond Amateur Radio Club.
You can view it by searching for “youtube ken zutavern test bench” or clicking https://youtu.be/YpAw7doAN28.
Four cars of hams chased a balloon carrying APRS and launched from Franklin Military Academy, a Richmond city school. KN4CZZ, chemistry teacher at the school led this, his second launch from the school. This time he used APRS and got lots of hams to chase with him.
It didn’t go far but it went high, 84,000 feet.
Jim Bates, K8OI, on who is gathering what information on you and how they are using it. And, what you can do to minimize it. Click 2019-02 – RARC Privacy and Security v2019-01-11
With an Analog-Fusion VHF repeater, a UHF DMR repeater, and a Winlink access point expected in February, PARC will add to the ham radio connections especially for the southwest end of the metro area. Check out their website at https://www.n4pow.com/
November 9th, 2018, the officers and directors elected at the October RARC meeting were installed at the annual banquet. New president John DeMajo, K5HTZ, on the upper left spoke to the members after installation. On the right outgoing president Jim Bates, K8OI, greets the new president. At the bottom, the new and the outgoing officers and directors present are introduced by Jim. Left to right they are George Golding, W3PPY, Win Grant, W4WIN, David Robinson, KJ4LHP, and Ken Leidner, WV0L.
Photos by WA1UQO & W4BRU
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