I’ve had the link in the “Links” section for a while, but thought I would post it here for good measure:
Reddit is a popular internet site and it has it’s share of silly stuff, but there are good things, too. This section is only one small part.
Highly recommended, especially if you want to see younger people involved in the hobby.
Flory Meeting Hall, Douglas County Fairgrounds
Results of testing session at the library on Oct 27th:
1 Amateur Extra
Phil Anderson will lead a license preparation session on Saturday, Oct. 27th. from 9AM-3PM. A testing session will follow from 3-5PM
No cost for prep session.
Amateur Radio license test is $15 (can test for as multiple license levels at no additional cost).
Location: Lawrence Public Library, Meeting room C (downstairs)
To sign up, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are the slides from Tom Wheeler’s (N0GSG) direction finding presentation last week.
(Pictures to follow).
radio direction finding introduction 10-10-2018
The October general meeting will be at the Flory Meeting Hall at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
October 10, 2018:
6:30 pm Chili cookoff/supper
Radio Direction Finding
The DCARC repeater (147.76-) antenna is now at the 200′ level, its normal operating height. The antenna had been temporarily located on top of the equipment building. Now it’s performance is greatly improved.
Post any reception reports, questions, or problems here.
Thanks to Skyler, John, Ken, and anyone else I should mention for making this happen.
Here’s a list of area repeaters.
Documents for tonight’s presentation on antenna and dipole construction.