Field Day was another success: This year, again, we were at the Old Time Farm Day facility. We enjoyed use of the excellent public facility, with plenty of room to set up our antennas, a large pavilion & kitchen that accommodated our two operating stations and extra seating for meals and conversation. This year (due […]
Amateur Radio Digital Communications
The handout from the last club meeting titled “Digital Data Over Amateur Radio” has been posted to the website at Handout
A report on ARRL Field Day 2021
ARRL Field Day 2021 was a success, not matter how you look at it. Our location, Old Time Farm Day, was an excellent public facility, with plenty of room to set up our antennas, a large pavilion that accommodated our two operating stations and extra seating for meals and conversation. There was a large air […]
So what is Field Day?
Copied, with permission, from the American Radio Relay League (ARRL): ARRL Field Day is the single most popular on-the-air event held annually in the US and Canada. On the fourth weekend of June of each year, thousands of radio amateurs gather with their clubs, groups or simply with friends to operate from remote locations. Field […]
Alabama ARES Checkins
Had a great turn out for January 3, 2021. We had 6 club members check into the Alabama ARES Voice net
An interesting article from a website that promotes “programs that give kids and teens a solid foundation to visualize and create new products. It provides them the skills to give shape to their vision.” https://www.youngwonks.com/blog/What-is-Ham-Radio-and-How-Does-It-Work
What do you think of the website?
What do you like about the site? What would you like to see added? What do you think is not useful?
What have you done lately in Amateur Radio
Tell me about your recent activities in Amateur Radio. Have you talked to anyone interesting lately? Have you made a rare or exciting DX contact? Have you built anything new or repaired or rebuilt a “boat anchor”?