This presentation with a packet demonstration was given at the March club meeting. N4HOK Packet Radio Presentation for RARC 2017-03-10
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At the December 2016 meeting newly-elected club president Jim Bates, K8OI, presented his vision and made some proposals for the year ahead. That presentation is available as a PDF by clicking 2016-12 Club Presentation.
8000. Actually, well about 7,800 counted and an estimated 5% who got in other entrances and were not counted for the RVA MakerFest 2016 at the science museum. We at the Richmond Amateur Radio Club table certainly had plenty of visitors. We had more with real interest than we’d had in the past two years.
Saturday, 24 September, 10am to 5pm, Science Museum of Virginia, 2500 West Broad Street, free admission and ham radio will be there, track level, near the trolley, convenient to the food trucks and the beer. Don’t miss it.
We sent ARISS our 100th anniversary QSL card for the 6 July contact. And a SASE, of course. We got their QSL card back. Below is a panoramic view of the ISS contact on July 6.
At 1:29 UTC (10:29am EDT), 14 students and 6 instructors asked questions of astronaut Jeff Williams, KD5TVQ, aboard the ISS (International Space Station). it was part of the “Space Station Camp,” a joint project of the Science Museum of Virginia and six RVA amateur radio clubs with the RARC taking the lead. Since our RARC […]
It’s got pictures and comments on what was new and what was interesting at Dayton this year. Click here Win Grants Dayton 2016 report ver 2-1 for the 10-page PDF with your tour of Hamvention 2016.
We set up three stations and three antennas for three bands for W4ZA/100 special event stations. It was strange. The CW end of the bands were dead. The SSB portion was open but crowded with QSO parties and contests. You couldn’t get a phone-voice signal in sideways if you tried. Mostly, though, we were about […]
There were so many people that the food trucks started running out of food. The first RVA MakerFest in 2014 hosted 4,500 visitors. The second 2015 RVA MakerFest had over 8,000 visitors. The RARC table was near the entrance to the pavilion so we got lots of traffic. A dozen RARC members wearing names tags […]
Jim Bate, K8OI, presented how-to set up a rig for remote control. The presentation slides are here. RemoteHams Presentation 2015