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I will be giving a presentation on my trip to “The Goat Farm” Contest Station, which is located on a 60+ acre ranch in Locust, VA. Visit NR4M.com
HacDC Amateur Radio Club is partnering with Montgomery Amateur Radio Club and the Kid’s Museum at the Silver Spring Maker Faire September 25, 2016. This event runs from 12PM to 5PM. This event is held at the SILVER SPRING CIVIC CENTER, 1 VETERANS PLACE, SILVER SPRING, MD, 20910 Maker Faire Silver Spring: Maker Faire Silver … Continue reading
HacDC Amateur Radio Club will be qrv on six meters with a M2 seven element 6 meter mono band yagi beam. Our station can be accessed online using remotehams.com client software.
HacDC Amateur Radio Club activated NPOTA #DZ10 ” The White House”. This event was held on August 25, 2016, celebrating the 100th birthday of the National Park Service. A special call sign “W3H” was issued for this event. Pictured (left to right) Pat K0OO, John KB3EBN, Phil KC3HMY, and Scott KI4YOE.
HacDC Amateur Radio Club will be “on the air” from President’s Park (NPOTA #DZ10) August 25, 2016. We will be making contacts on 40-10 meter cw, ssb and digital modes from 14:00 UTC to 21:00 UTC. (10 am to 5 pm local time). We have been issued the special one by one call sign of … Continue reading
Spaceblimp Tuesday is a weekly gathering at HacDC and remote web conferencing where we invent and build the next HacDC high altitude balloon.
Sid NH7C will be presenting on “Amateur Radio integration in Disasters”. Sid is with the Department of Interior.
This is a show and tell meeting. We will be demonstrating the Buddi-Pole Antenna and how to tune it using a MFJ Antenna Analyzer. We will also be demonstrating the Elecraft K3-Mini remote control head, using the W7DXX online remote base. The RF deck, 1.5kw amplifier, 100 ft tower and log periodic antenna is located in New … Continue reading
HacDC Amateur Radio Club has a team of nine volunteer examiners. Exam sessions are on the second Saturday of each month at 11 am. Doors open at 10 am for coffee and conversation.
Anthony Stevens from the DC Government will be speaking about the CERT program. Serve DC’s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) volunteer program trains citizens to be better prepared to respond to emergencies in their communities. When emergencies happen, CERT members can provide critical support to first responders, immediate assistance to victims and can help organize … Continue reading