- Nominating Club Officers
- Our Own Club House
- Cert Meeting Recap
- Training: Getting to Know Your Radio
- Bring a radio to play with
- ARES Programming Discussion
- Talk a little about ARES and structure if Roger makes the meeting.
- 17 August 2017, 7:46 amWhat is the typical protocal for someone trying to work DX in your country.... Let's say they are trying to get a callsign, but it's taking several attempts to get that last letter. If you can make it out, do you break into the conversation -- not bothering to identify -- and blurt out the DX's call to give them the answer? I am asking, because maybe some actually think this is friendly, or normal? From my perspective -- I despise it. For the 2nd night in a row, a local op (Korean or...Finishing a call someone is struggling to get: rude or not?
- 17 August 2017, 7:35 amOK, I received (in error) an interesting e-mail. Apparently, there is a group (we won't say any names here) who runs an emergency net on 20m during times of natural disaster. They apparently have pre-emptively declared the Eclipse to be a communications emergency, with the belief that everyone is going to get on their cell phone before, during, or after the great eclipse and then cell phone networks will get overloaded and shut down. Then apparently everyone will find their local ham radio...Great Eclipse: Who has priority on frequencies?
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- 15 August 2017, 6:08 pmThe 2017-2018 edition (46th ed) of the ARRL Repeater Directory®, introduced in April, has sold out. Some ARRL publication dealers and online resellers may have remaining copies of the current edition, which was the first edition to use data supplied from “crowdsourcing” technology. Crowdsourcing is a means of using data gathered from public resources. Data for the Repeater Directory was supplie...