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The presentation to the RARC on the ham radio operators dealing with the Russian coup-attempt is now available and enhanced on a dedicated website. Click http://www.rarc-russia.com/
DMR presentation by Bruce MacAlister, W4BRU, at the April 2018 Richmond Amateur Radio Club monthly meeting. Click to get the PDF: DMR pres at RARC w notes
The history of radio – and a museum to go with it – is a passion for RARC member John DeMajo, K5HTZ. In edition of his series in the RARC monthly newsletter, he presents it as a series of slides. Some have asked for the slides. You can get a PDF copy by clicking radio_history.
Clockwise John King, WB4NHX, gets the SDR receiver and its large spectrum display going. Bruce MacAlister, W4BRU, and Rick Waller, KA4OHM, show an Arrow (brand) dual-band Yagi-Udo antenna used to talk via ham satellites. Maylon Pearman, N4EG, answers questions. Tom Ebbert, KQ4BIZ, (in the striped shirt) shows how Manhattan-style circuits are built. Rick Waller, KA4OHM, […]
There’s a new Facebook group called “Ham Radio-Central Virginia”. Get on Facebook and check them out.
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.