Shack Day Digital Presentation

This Saturday is CARS monthly shack day! This is where the clubhouse is open to club members without shack access and for the general public who may want to learn more about amateur radio. Our digital presentation this month will be presented by Bill Mellema, N3WM, and it’s the “original” Read More …

No phone or Wi-Fi? No problem. He used ham radio, Morse code to communicate after Irma

It’s like something out of a war story from the past — a man sends Morse code messages to let people know he’s alive in the worst of times. It wasn’t years ago though. It was just under a month ago, Sept. 11, the day after Category 4 Hurricane Irma Read More …

New technology keys ‘ham’ radio revival

Even in these days of incessant tweets, texts and Facebook posts, a century-old form of social media is drawing new enthusiasts by embracing the latest technology. Members of amateur, or ham, radio clubs in the area may use everything from a telegraph key and Morse code to satellites to transmit Read More …

Morse Code In The News

The news portal Golem.de writes about Morse code and interviews Falk Weinhold DK7YY who has operated from 61 DXCC entities The article describes how Morse code can be used in the event of a disaster when other means of communication are no longer available. Also covered are DXpeditions, contests, radio Read More …