Fox Hunter Signup
If you click here you can sign up for the September 14th Fox Hunt. We are looking for full teams of 4, and people without teams as well. We only need about 3 teams to hold one, but we could use lots more.
So here is the deal, if we have 3 teams signed up by the September 5th meeting it's a go! We could also use a volunteer to be the Fox. Any takers?
Thanks for the Memories
The Maryland DC QSO Party for 2019 was a rousing success. We had 3 stations running most of the day, and made dozens of contacts, handing out 50 bonus points to each. Thanks to all those who attended, or helped in any way toward making this event such a success. Point totals will be posted once completed.
There was a discussion on the Holly net regarding radio clubs around Maryland.
Here is a PDF attachment that is printable/downloadable and clickable with the information that was desired.
Click thru on article to download the file.
This is Kelly's/N3XUJ talk on Detecting Near Earth Objects. The run time for this video is almost 90 minutes.
This is also the first video production of the AARC so it may be a little rough.
This week while working FT-8, I got an email from a fellow I had contacted, Mike Black W9MDB. He noticed my clock was off a bit and wanted to let me know, and suggested I switch from Dimension 4 to Meinberg. I told him that i had tried to install Meinberg but couldn't get it to work. He sent me the following info.
First, download Meinberg NTP from the following web site:
On the "Members" menu, you will find "Club Clothing". If you wish to order just complete the page as instructed and push "Submit". Your order will be automatically forwarded to Jim Goldsberry KB3NQY who will place one master order for all merchandise ordered at some point in June. The completed items will be delivered to Jim, after which he will bring them to club meetings for distribution and payment.