The two latest videos of SPARC club meeting programs have been posted to the SPARC YouTube page.
More info at Getting Started in AMSAT
Special thanks to Billy, KN4LUZ for the videos.
Join us February 1 at the SPARC monthly meeting for a presentation on ham satellite communications. Drew, KO4MA, AMSAT Vice-President Operations and Member of the Board will present and if conditions are right may be able to demonstrate a satellite QSO.
AMSAT is a worldwide group of Amateur Radio Operators who share an active interest in building, launching and then communicating with each other through non-commercial Amateur Radio satellites.
The Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation (AMSAT) was formed in 1969 as a not-for-profit educational organization. Its aim is to foster Amateur … Click for more
Yes, it is that time of year again. Get your Home Brew project ready for the March 1 club meeting. This year HB Night will be in March (the Feb club program will be announced soon).
SPARC’s usual “HB Show & Tell” includes projects that may range from your own design to modifications or unique interconnections. Anything ham related is acceptable and could include antennas, rigs, software, feedlines, shack power, remote operating, boat-anchors and more. See the clip below for more ideas.
Last year we had 7 … Click for more
The SPARC meeting program will demonstrate the most useful measurement modes including SWR, Resonance, Antenna Tuning, Coax loss and others uses. We’ll have the popular MFJ analyzer for the demo. If you have another brand that has other interesting features, bring it along.
Join us at our new meeting place, 5th Ave Baptist Church in St Pete, 7:30 PM.. See directions elsewhere on this web site.
The November meeting at SPARC’s new meeting place (Hobson Fellowship Hall at the Fifth Ave Baptist Church) was attended by over 40 members and guests. Billy, KN4LUZ captured the presentation on video and took a number of still photos. These have been posted on the Resource Page. Check out the pictures from the meeting, you will see a lot of familiar faces.