Congratulations to club member Scott, N4RI for taking third place in CQ Magazine’s 2013 DX Marathon Formula Class – 100W. Click here for details.
The field day video shot and produced by Larry, AL4B is now available for viewing
Watch It Here
Club member and former President Ron Hall Sr., KP2N, is featured in October QST magazine. Ron was elected the first West Indies Section Manager in 1982. Read all about Ron’s activities in the Virgin Islands in the October, 2014 issue of QST magazine.
There is a proposed bill in congress that needs our support.
The short version is as follows:
To direct the Federal Communications Commission to extend to private land use restrictions its rule relating to reasonable accommodation of amateur service communications.
To see the entire bill click here:
Don’t forget to Click “Support” on the right side of the page.
International Morse Code is not a written language. It is a language of sounds. Not just two sounds, a long and a short, but there are actually five distinctly different sounds that make up the code. Learning the code’s five distinct sounds is the best way to master the code.
The first sound is: ‘dah’ This is the sound of a long key contact
The second sound is: ‘di’ This is the sound of a single short key contact that is not at the end of a letter … Click for more