There’s a new Facebook group called “Ham Radio-Central Virginia”. Get on Facebook and check them out.
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By John DeMajo, K5HTZ Click The beginnings of radio from the Museum of Yesterday
As reported by Jim Bates, K8OI, June Radio Run Instigator, these 13 hams made at least one contact a day in June: Pat Wilson, W4PW Jerry Williams, KJ4IT Joe Palsa, K3WRY Dave Meier, N4MW Cissy Meier, N4ZRW Bruce MacAlister, W4BRU Armand Hamel, WA1UQO Dave Hallman, KM4GBW Buddy Hall. KM4JCP George Golding. W3PPY Michael Calkins, KA2CUF […]
As soon as some Internet firewall issues are sorted out, the RARC remotely controllable station will be available for club members to use from their computers (Windows only) or Android phones or tablets. Click here to see or download the PDF on the RARC station and the RemoteHams software.
The June 9-10 Virginia Special Olympics is using DMR digital HTs this year. Don’t have one? Not to worry. The leadership got a stash of them. Special Olympics is always fun and rewarding. If you’ve not used a digital ham radio, you get an added bonus of learning how.
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Tis’ that time of year! We’re taking Sign Ups for the 2017 Summer Games. Which, by the way is just around the corner! Please share with your friends and other Amateurs across the state! Were happy to also put folks up in a hotel if they are coming in from out of town! (Richmond has […]
Registration for classes has ended. The next classes will be in September. This was a big class for Technician, so big we had to open a second section! The total for all the classes is over 30 students.
This presentation with a packet demonstration was given at the March club meeting. N4HOK Packet Radio Presentation for RARC 2017-03-10
New BrandMeister repeater on air in Richmond Posted on February 11, 2017 by kd4bpz While not directly connected to the DMRVA repeater network, this new repeater is operated cooperatively by DMRVA staff. The repeater is located in downtown Richmond with an elevation of approximately 350 feet. The repeater performs nicely to the north, east and […]