New officers off to a good start running a club meeting! They’re doing just fine!
We are now chilled.
Thanks to the City of Chesapeake for replacing the air conditioning unit at the shack. This is a Rudd 36,000 BTU unit. I think we won’t have to worry about sweating out this summer in the shack.
ARISS Moves Closer to Launching New Radio System to Space Station
Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) reports it has met a major milestone and now is “one giant step” closer to flying its new interoperable radio system to the International Space Station. Eventual plans call for installing a new JVC Kenwood TM-D710GA-based radio system on the station as Read More …
Buying your first radio – ARRL
Which radio will you purchase for your first Amateur Radio station? Do you want a large, full-featured transceiver for the HF bands? Perhaps a mobile radio for operating on VHF+ or even a tiny handheld transceiver? Before you decide on your purchase, review the advice offered here to help you Read More …
New ham radio band at 5 MHz
During the November 18 afternoon plenary session of WRC-15 in Geneva a new amateur service allocation at 5 MHz was approved Although only a small allocation of 15 kHz between 5351.5 – 5366.5 kHz was eventually agreed, it is the first new allocation at HF since the WARC of 1979. Read More …