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On Saturday, September 23rd we’ll head to Mt. Wachusett (W1/CR-001) in Princeton, MA. It is only about an hour drive from Nashua. The Address is: 345 Mountain Road, Princeton, MA. There is a road to the summit and hiking trails to the top. If you...
Clint Talmadge What bands and modes will you be working?
Our Club’s website has many nice pictures taken during our many activities and from our member’s projects and articles. We have added a new social media presence on Pinterest to feature some of our clubs many activities and projects. Our club’s Pinterest Ham Radio Feed...
In the September issue of Amateur Radio.com, Mike, AD5A, shares his thoughts about his QSO Joys … Layne AE1N The Joy of the QSO by Mike AD5A 18 September 2017 Since my retirement, I suppose I’ve had a little more time to think, philosophize if...
Demonstrating and explaining #HamRadio to the general public is hard work! But radio clubs must find effective ways to encourage newcomers, particularly those interested in technology, to get started in ham radio. In this fun video, #ARRL asks some of the...
Lee Jones Pretty sad
William Jones As a licensed Amateur Radio operator since 1987 It is my belief that "ham" radio has not been exposed to the general public enough to be well known in spite of its lengthy existence. For the most part Amateur Radio gets brief public exposure in calamities and natural disasters then we sort of "fade back into the woodwork" to resume our hobby.
Tim Huffaker I think you asked the wrong question! Maker fairs are part of the IOT explosion. Most need communications. Ham radio is part of the these communications. It's digital com's that can fill in where zigbee, Bluetooth and wifi won't reach. Ham radio allows more you can do when making anything electronic. The question is how do these things communicate?
Eric Letts That is a real shame that no one seemed to know what Ham Radio is ! Looks like we need to get the word out !
David Little Unfortunately, many ham operators are poor communicators. They really seem to know a lot about technology, but few understand what they know; and fewer are able to share that with others in a way that makes a favorable impression. We really need to spend more time mentoring, and less time seeking awards. Learn to truly help others, and the awards will seek you out.
Scott Stewart almost everyone has heard of a trained weather spotter, but not many know that many spotters communicate on HAM radio.
David Akins The Associated Radio Amateurs of Long Beach have been showing-off ham radio to the public for over 35 years at our club station, W6RO aboard the Queen Mary. We see hundreds of people every week. de N6HHR, Station Manager.
Richard Smith Good to see this! People out promoting and explaining what we do!Went to Kansas State Fair this year, one the largest events in Kansas and was shocked not one booth or table on or about Amateur Radio!Keep up the good work!
Bruce Manning Two things. We must do a better job of promoting Amateur Radio. Number 2. I prefer Amateur Radio as the name of the service. Now that one will probably stirr up some controversy. 73 de NJ3K CW
#ARRL is LIVE from the 2017 World Maker Faire in New York City, Sep 23-24. In this interview, we meet-up with HamHacks, a group of high school and college students demonstrating unconventional and inexpensive hacks that make ham radio a great breadboard for...
Peter Wilkins My wife and father-in-law were both licensed radio hams, both gone now.
Javeed Ahmed Khan I had a contact with A41LD when I was on disaster mitigation mission in Gujarat (Anjar). Gujarat earthquake relief operation. Worked in Oman for 4 years, never had a chance to visit this place.
Alan Forrest You'd think it would be better equipped.
Jimi Ryder 73's 📻 kb3wge Tucson AZ🇮🇹🇩🇪🇺🇸
Bryan Cascio Working in Muscat I pass this building almost everyday.
Operating mode: A1A(CW)，A3E(AM)，J3E(USB/LSB)，F3E(FM) minimum frequency stepping: 1Hz Antenna impedance: 50Ω Operating temperature range: -10℃ ~ +60℃ Frequency stability: after turn on the radio 1-60 minutes is + 4ppm, @25℃：1ppm/hour supply voltage: normal: 13.8VDC + 15%, negative grounding Operating...