Date   

SnoVARC Net, 3/29/2012, 8:00 pm

KE7GFZ@...
 

Reminder from:   KE7GFZ Yahoo! Group
 
Title:   SnoVARC Net
 
Date:   Thursday March 29, 2012
Time:   8:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Repeats:   This event repeats every week.
Location:   "550" repeater at 441.550 MHz plus shift with a tone of 103.5
Notes:   Net meets on the "550" repeater on 441.550 MHz + shift with a tone of 103.5. If Repeater fails then we go to 145.590 simplex. Be sure and check the Net Controllers list as it might be your turn to run the Net!

Note: There will be no Net on the first Thursday of the month as that is meeting night.
 
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No ideas

Rosemarie & Jerry <gjrck@...>
 

I can bring coax of different lengths.  Marc, N6TJQ might have an answer re the transmitter hanging up.

 

Regards,

 

Rosemarie & Jerry Konoske

Duvall, WA

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] On Behalf Of Dan Pflugrath
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2012 7:33 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ 7 Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) RE: KE7GFZ 7 Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) RE: KE7GFZ . Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Pl 259 to N connector

 

 

Jerry,

I fired up the repeater tonight.  I used my mag mount antenna about 10 feet away.  It sort of played OK.  I keyed my handheld and talked through it and it seemed OK.  The problem I am having is after my second or third transmission through it the transmitter hangs and transmits noise.  Is that due to grounding or the antenna being too close.  If the antenna is too close I could use one of your coax runs on the order of 40 or 50 feet to get to my antenna on the roof.  Any other ideas?

Dan

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] On Behalf Of Rosemarie & Jerry
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2012 2:16 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ 7 Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) RE: KE7GFZ . Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Pl 259 to N connector

 

 

OK, and I have some coax runs with pl 259’s on them.  Do you need some coax and how long?

 

Regards,

 

Jerry Konoske NA7Z

Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club

Washington

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] On Behalf Of dpflugrath@...
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2012 11:05 AM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Pl 259 to N connector

 

 

I need a male N connector to either gender PL or BNC connector. My preference is a Male N and female PL 259.   I checked and they have an adapter at Vetco so will drop by there after work today.

Dan






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Re: KE7GFZ 7 Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) RE: KE7GFZ . Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Pl 259 to N connector

Dan Pflugrath
 

Jerry,

I fired up the repeater tonight.  I used my mag mount antenna about 10 feet away.  It sort of played OK.  I keyed my handheld and talked through it and it seemed OK.  The problem I am having is after my second or third transmission through it the transmitter hangs and transmits noise.  Is that due to grounding or the antenna being too close.  If the antenna is too close I could use one of your coax runs on the order of 40 or 50 feet to get to my antenna on the roof.  Any other ideas?

Dan

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] On Behalf Of Rosemarie & Jerry
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2012 2:16 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ 7 Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) RE: KE7GFZ . Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Pl 259 to N connector

 

 

OK, and I have some coax runs with pl 259’s on them.  Do you need some coax and how long?

 

Regards,

 

Jerry Konoske NA7Z

Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club

Washington

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] On Behalf Of dpflugrath@...
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2012 11:05 AM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Pl 259 to N connector

 

 

I need a male N connector to either gender PL or BNC connector. My preference is a Male N and female PL 259.   I checked and they have an adapter at Vetco so will drop by there after work today.

Dan





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Re: KE7GFZ � Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) RE: KE7GFZ . Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Pl 259 to N connecto r

Dan Pflugrath
 


Re: KE7GFZ . Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Pl 259 to N connector

Rosemarie & Jerry <gjrck@...>
 

OK, and I have some coax runs with pl 259’s on them.  Do you need some coax and how long?

 

Regards,

 

Jerry Konoske NA7Z

Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club

Washington

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] On Behalf Of dpflugrath@...
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2012 11:05 AM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Pl 259 to N connector

 

 

I need a male N connector to either gender PL or BNC connector. My preference is a Male N and female PL 259.   I checked and they have an adapter at Vetco so will drop by there after work today.

Dan



Re: KE7GFZ � Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Pl 259 to N connector

Dan Pflugrath
 


Pl 259 to N connector

jerrykonoske <gjrck@...>
 

Dan, I have a male pl 259 to female n connector adaptor that might be of help. Jerry


Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) RE: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) RE: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Repeater testing 3/31/2012 10AM

Rowland <rwb1@...>
 

Here is a copy of page 54 out of the Yaesu manual:

 

The FT-8900R can be set up to operate as a full-featured cross-band repeater via a simple

Menu procedure. This feature is useful for emergency portable work in a remote area, and

for cross-band linking.

However, remember these points before using the cross-band repeater function:

_ Check the amateur radio rules and regulations for your country to ensure that this type of

operation is permitted.

_ Pick your frequency pair carefully, so as not to cause harmful interference to other users.

The use of cross-band repeaters has the potential to cause serious disruption of communications

circuits, and the creation of harmful interference to coordinated repeaters is

inconsiderate and may be illegal! If you are not sure of active repeater frequencies in

your area, a safe rule is to stay off of the repeater sub-bands and use the FM simplex

portion of each band. Contact your area’s frequency coordinator for guidance.

_ Remember that the transmit duty cycle will be much higher during repeater service, so

we recommend that the transmit power level be set to a Low setting, to ensure cooler

operation.

Transceiver CTCSS settings (Encode/Decode) may, of course, be selected for each band,

allowing selective calling for your repeater. However, keep in mind that if the channels you

use are so busy as to motivate you toward CTCSS Decoding, you may not have chosen a

good frequency pair on which to operate, as the potential for interference to other users is

high.

Here is the procedure for setting up cross-band repeat operation:

1. Before enabling cross-band repeater operation, configure both band settings as desired,

and set the squelch such that background noise is silenced.

2. Press the [SET] key momentarily to enter the Set mode.

3. Rotate the “Main” band DIAL knob to select Menu #44 (X-RPT).

4. Press the “Main” band DIAL knob momentarily, “XSTART” will appear on the display.

5. Press the “Main” band DIAL knob again to activate the cross-band repeater

 


From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] On Behalf Of Dan Pflugrath
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2012 10:37 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) RE: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) RE: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Repeater testing 3/31/2012 10AM

 

 

Your right but and will do as long as it can be programmed for cross band repeat.

Thanks

Dan

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] On Behalf Of Rowland Brasch
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2012 9:16 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) RE: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Repeater testing 3/31/2012 10AM

 

 

I-com 8900  do you mean a Yaesu FT8900R?

 

Rowland

 


From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] On Behalf Of Dan Pflugrath
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2012 8:33 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Repeater testing 3/31/2012 10AM

 

 

I have the repeater set up on my dinner table hoping to test the operation this weekend.  I could use some help.

 

I need a short antenna cable with a male N connector on one end and male or female BNC or PL259 on the other end.  Does anyone have one we can at least borrow.

 

Does someone have an I-com 8900 or a Kenwood TM-V71A mobile or some equivalent that can be put into a cross band repeat mode that they could bring for testing.  Need to at least have the manual for programming.

 

Could use a couple folks with their dual band handhelds to transmit and receive through the system on 145mhz and 440mhz.  You  need to be able to program them for sub tone, simplex-duplex and frequency.  It’s OK if you bring the manual.

 

If you can help we can meet here at my place @ about 10AM.  28614 NE 52nd St. Carnation.  Take Ames Lake Carnation Rd from Carnation, turn left onto 52nd St and about ¼ mile on left(2nd drive way on left side of the road). 

 

We must have the antenna cable, otherwise I cannot attach an antenna.

 

Dan Pflugrath KA7GPP

Phone: 425-941-2339

dpflugrath@...

 

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Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) RE: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Repeater testing 3/31/2012 10AM

Dan Pflugrath
 

Your right but and will do as long as it can be programmed for cross band repeat.

Thanks

Dan

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] On Behalf Of Rowland Brasch
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2012 9:16 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) RE: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Repeater testing 3/31/2012 10AM

 

 

I-com 8900  do you mean a Yaesu FT8900R?

 

Rowland

 


From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] On Behalf Of Dan Pflugrath
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2012 8:33 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Repeater testing 3/31/2012 10AM

 

 

I have the repeater set up on my dinner table hoping to test the operation this weekend.  I could use some help.

 

I need a short antenna cable with a male N connector on one end and male or female BNC or PL259 on the other end.  Does anyone have one we can at least borrow.

 

Does someone have an I-com 8900 or a Kenwood TM-V71A mobile or some equivalent that can be put into a cross band repeat mode that they could bring for testing.  Need to at least have the manual for programming.

 

Could use a couple folks with their dual band handhelds to transmit and receive through the system on 145mhz and 440mhz.  You  need to be able to program them for sub tone, simplex-duplex and frequency.  It’s OK if you bring the manual.

 

If you can help we can meet here at my place @ about 10AM.  28614 NE 52nd St. Carnation.  Take Ames Lake Carnation Rd from Carnation, turn left onto 52nd St and about ¼ mile on left(2nd drive way on left side of the road). 

 

We must have the antenna cable, otherwise I cannot attach an antenna.

 

Dan Pflugrath KA7GPP

Phone: 425-941-2339

dpflugrath@...

 

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Re: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Repeater testing 3/31/2012 10AM

slick
 

I-com 8900  do you mean a Yaesu FT8900R?

 

Rowland

 


From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] On Behalf Of Dan Pflugrath
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2012 8:33 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ · Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Repeater testing 3/31/2012 10AM

 

 

I have the repeater set up on my dinner table hoping to test the operation this weekend.  I could use some help.

 

I need a short antenna cable with a male N connector on one end and male or female BNC or PL259 on the other end.  Does anyone have one we can at least borrow.

 

Does someone have an I-com 8900 or a Kenwood TM-V71A mobile or some equivalent that can be put into a cross band repeat mode that they could bring for testing.  Need to at least have the manual for programming.

 

Could use a couple folks with their dual band handhelds to transmit and receive through the system on 145mhz and 440mhz.  You  need to be able to program them for sub tone, simplex-duplex and frequency.  It’s OK if you bring the manual.

 

If you can help we can meet here at my place @ about 10AM.  28614 NE 52nd St. Carnation.  Take Ames Lake Carnation Rd from Carnation, turn left onto 52nd St and about ¼ mile on left(2nd drive way on left side of the road). 

 

We must have the antenna cable, otherwise I cannot attach an antenna.

 

Dan Pflugrath KA7GPP

Phone: 425-941-2339

dpflugrath@...

 

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Re: KE7GFZ � Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Repeater testing 3/31/2012 10AM

michael boman
 

I have a yaesu mobile 8800r that can crossband repeat ; )

 

Saturday at 10am? 

 

I’ll plan to be there,

 

Mike

KF7RWL

 

 

From: KE7GFZ@... [mailto:KE7GFZ@...] On Behalf Of Dan Pflugrath
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2012 8:33 PM
To: KE7GFZ@...
Subject: KE7GFZ � Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club (SnoVARC) Repeater testing 3/31/2012 10AM

 

 

I have the repeater set up on my dinner table hoping to test the operation this weekend.  I could use some help.

 

I need a short antenna cable with a male N connector on one end and male or female BNC or PL259 on the other end.  Does anyone have one we can at least borrow.

 

Does someone have an I-com 8900 or a Kenwood TM-V71A mobile or some equivalent that can be put into a cross band repeat mode that they could bring for testing.  Need to at least have the manual for programming.

 

Could use a couple folks with their dual band handhelds to transmit and receive through the system on 145mhz and 440mhz.  You  need to be able to program them for sub tone, simplex-duplex and frequency.  It’s OK if you bring the manual.

 

If you can help we can meet here at my place @ about 10AM.  28614 NE 52nd St. Carnation.  Take Ames Lake Carnation Rd from Carnation, turn left onto 52nd St and about ¼ mile on left(2nd drive way on left side of the road). 

 

We must have the antenna cable, otherwise I cannot attach an antenna.

 

Dan Pflugrath KA7GPP

Phone: 425-941-2339

dpflugrath@...

 

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Repeater testing 3/31/2012 10AM

Dan Pflugrath
 

I have the repeater set up on my dinner table hoping to test the operation this weekend.  I could use some help.

 

I need a short antenna cable with a male N connector on one end and male or female BNC or PL259 on the other end.  Does anyone have one we can at least borrow.

 

Does someone have an I-com 8900 or a Kenwood TM-V71A mobile or some equivalent that can be put into a cross band repeat mode that they could bring for testing.  Need to at least have the manual for programming.

 

Could use a couple folks with their dual band handhelds to transmit and receive through the system on 145mhz and 440mhz.  You  need to be able to program them for sub tone, simplex-duplex and frequency.  It’s OK if you bring the manual.

 

If you can help we can meet here at my place @ about 10AM.  28614 NE 52nd St. Carnation.  Take Ames Lake Carnation Rd from Carnation, turn left onto 52nd St and about ¼ mile on left(2nd drive way on left side of the road). 

 

We must have the antenna cable, otherwise I cannot attach an antenna.

 

Dan Pflugrath KA7GPP

Phone: 425-941-2339

dpflugrath@...

 

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SnoVARC Net, 3/29/2012, 8:00 pm

KE7GFZ@...
 

Reminder from:   KE7GFZ Yahoo! Group
 
Title:   SnoVARC Net
 
Date:   Thursday March 29, 2012
Time:   8:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Repeats:   This event repeats every week.
Next reminder:   The next reminder for this event will be sent in 1 day, 18 hours, 3 minutes.
Location:   "550" repeater at 441.550 MHz plus shift with a tone of 103.5
Notes:   Net meets on the "550" repeater on 441.550 MHz + shift with a tone of 103.5. If Repeater fails then we go to 145.590 simplex. Be sure and check the Net Controllers list as it might be your turn to run the Net!

Note: There will be no Net on the first Thursday of the month as that is meeting night.
 
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LED road flares

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Interesting new flare concept

http://www.tigerflare.com/price-list


SnoVARC Net, 3/22/2012, 8:00 pm

KE7GFZ@...
 

Reminder from:   KE7GFZ Yahoo! Group
 
Title:   SnoVARC Net
 
Date:   Thursday March 22, 2012
Time:   8:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Repeats:   This event repeats every week.
Location:   "550" repeater at 441.550 MHz plus shift with a tone of 103.5
Notes:   Net meets on the "550" repeater on 441.550 MHz + shift with a tone of 103.5. If Repeater fails then we go to 145.590 simplex. Be sure and check the Net Controllers list as it might be your turn to run the Net!

Note: There will be no Net on the first Thursday of the month as that is meeting night.
 
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NOAA Weather Spotting Training April 26th

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NOAA Weather Spotting Training April 26th

Arrangements have been made to hold weather spotter training on our NOAA Sand Point campus on the evening of Apr 26th.  Here is the training announcement.......

http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/sew/ann-uw-seattle04-12.pdf


If you have any questions, please let me know.

--

Ted.Buehner

Warning Coordination Meteorologist

National Weather Service - Seattle/Tacoma

weather.gov/seattle/       and now on Facebook!

206-526-6095 x223


Hams needed for the June 16th Carnation-Duvall Medical Reserve Corp Drill

n7gco <n7gcodx@...>
 

Gene Laughlin let me know tonight that they will need 6 Amateur Radio operators for the June 16th Carnation-Duvall Medical Reserve Corp Drill.
One for each of the four emergency centers (4) , plus one for the Duvall Firs Station (1), and, one for Carnation Fire Station.

This is a great way to test our preparedness. We will have sign-up at the April 5th Meeting.

This will be a very helpful meeting as Jerry (NA7Z) will be sharing in the Elmer session on using the Evergreen Intertie. This could be critical in an emergency.


SnoVARC Net, 3/22/2012, 8:00 pm

KE7GFZ@...
 

Reminder from:   KE7GFZ Yahoo! Group
 
Title:   SnoVARC Net
 
Date:   Thursday March 22, 2012
Time:   8:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Repeats:   This event repeats every week.
Next reminder:   The next reminder for this event will be sent in 1 day, 18 hours, 3 minutes.
Location:   "550" repeater at 441.550 MHz plus shift with a tone of 103.5
Notes:   Net meets on the "550" repeater on 441.550 MHz + shift with a tone of 103.5. If Repeater fails then we go to 145.590 simplex. Be sure and check the Net Controllers list as it might be your turn to run the Net!

Note: There will be no Net on the first Thursday of the month as that is meeting night.
 
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More INFO on Comm Academy

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More INFO on Comm Academy

Registration is now open for CommAcademy 2012!

This year marks the 14th Anniversary for the Northwest's premier continuing education conference for volunteer emergency communicators.
As communicators, you probably know what threats are focused on our region. In a flash any of us may be thrown into an earthquake, mud flows, floods, winter storms, heat emergencies, a tsunami, regional fires, civil-disorder, infrastructure failure, terror events or a pandemic. The Chamber of Commerce doesn't approach it this way, but we know the Northwest is right in the cross hairs.

This year's CommAcademy, "Practical Solutions for Real EmComm Challenges," includes two days of training and information on wide-ranging aspects of emergency communications. The Communications Academy is open to anyone with an interest in emergency communications, volunteer or professional. The presentations are designed to promote the development of knowledgeable, skilled emergency communicators who will support their local communities during a disaster or emergency response. If you weren't already interested, I hope the list of calamities above has sharpened your appetite for this EmComm training opportunity.

Our Saturday keynote speaker this year is Mike Corey, KI1U, emergency preparedness manager for the ARRL and co-author of the ARRL book "Storm Spotting and Amateur Radio." Prior to joining HQ in 2010, Mike worked in law enforcement in Indiana and Mississippi. He has also served as an emergency management volunteer, disaster response volunteer, reserve police officer, and on emergency operations center staff. Mike is also a public safety training instructor in Mississippi. Mike will be giving an overview of 2011 emergency activities, lessons learned and plans for 2012 titled, "So When is the Plague of Locusts Getting Here?"

Our Sunday Keynote Speaker this year is Andrew Seybold, W6AMS, presenting, "Wireless Broadband and EMS Communications." Mr.
Seybold is a nationally known expert on wireless communications. Andrew Seybold has been involved in Public Safety and Public Safety Communications for more than 50 years. Within the next 5 years the Public Safety community will be building out their own, mission critical broadband network. Unlike commercial broadband networks this one will be hardened to public safety standards and will be available for all Public Safety users including Fire and EMS. How does amateur radio best support these new communication tools?

There are 40 hours of instruction to choose from over the weekend.
Vendors and exhibits from a range of organizations and radio related suppliers will be present. Registration includes lunch each day and time is available for talking with presenters and your fellow participants. A variety of Door Prizes will be presented during the weekend. Again this year, an impressive array of communications vans will be on site for tours and networking.

The popular Portable Radio Go-Kit Contest is your chance to show the world how to make a compact, portable, efficient and functional station. Kits from past years are viewable on the commacademy.org website. This year we are featuring a category for Digital Radio Go-Kits. Try your hand at including an interface, laptop and portable printer to take your digital station wherever you go. Great prizes will be awarded for the best kits and you can't win if you don't enter.
Icom America has donated a dual band FM and Digital Voice ID-880H D-Star Radio for the winning classic kit. For the winning digital kit, Navigator Interface has donated their flagship Navigator Interface and cable to match your choice of radio. Even if you have entered before you are encouraged to augment your setup and enter again. We want as many different kits as possible so that everyone will benefit from seeing many approaches to the challenges of putting together a good Go-Kit.

Complete information about the topics and speakers, and a schedule, can be found on the Web page.
For registration and housing information, please visit http://commacademy.org/ Early Bird discounted registration continues until April 1.

We look forward to seeing you for the 14th Annual CommAcademy in Seattle April 14 and 15.

South Seattle Community College,
Brockey Center and Olympic Hall
6000 – 16th Avenue Southwest
Seattle, Washington 98106


Microhams Digital Conference is Very Soon!

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Microhams Digital Conference is Very Soon!

If you have an interest in digital then this is the event to attend.  It is March 31st so register soon.  This is another event I attend every year and learn a lot from it.


http://www.microhams.com/registration/