David Bern, W2LNX will be speaking about his amateur radio Dxpedition to Saint Lucia Island. This trip was sponsored by BUDDIPOLE Antenna Manufacturing Company.
Don Jones, K6ZO will be speaking about “What is a Dxpedition”.
David Bern, W2LNX is operating from St. Lucia Island in the Caribbean. He will be on the air using digital modes. Look for him on 14.070 mhz psk31. Also find him by logging into Dxheat.com
This Dxpedtion is sponsored by Buddipole Antennas
We welcome Susan Meckley, W7KFI who has be sailing “solo” for the last 23 years in the Pacific. Susan has been licensed since 1952. She is quite the CW operator. We are honored to have Susan as a part of HacDC Amateur Radio Club. Visit www.qrz.com/db/w7kfi for more information about Susan.
Objective: For Amateurs worldwide to exchange QSO information with as many stations as possible on the 10 meter band. This one starts Friday evening at 7 pm and runs 48 hours. Most of the ten meter activity at this time of the sunspot cycle, will be from Sunrise to Sunset. We expect to contact stations from all continents during this event. We will be operating Single Side Band and CW.
Join us this Wednesday, December 9th as we elect new officers for HacDC Amateur Radio Club. Food and beverages will be served at 7 pm and the meeting starts at 7:30 pm. This is a social and dinner meeting. Join the fun as we discuss and plan next years events at HacDC Amateur Radio Club. Lot’s of FUN going on at your local radio club.
This is my favorite event of the year! Starts Friday, November 27th at 7 pm local time and runs 48 hours. We hope to beat last years score of 653,000 points (700 contacts in 48 hours). All CW operators are welcome to participate! Visit cqww.com for details and rules.
HacDC Amateur Radio Club is participating in the Arrl Sweepstakes (ssb). This event starts Saturday, November 21 at 4 pm and ends Sunday, November 22 at 10 pm. Our entry category is multi operator, single transmitter, low power. The object of this event is to contact as many stations from the USA and Canada during the contest period. Please visit http://www.arrl.org/sweepstakes for details and rules of this event. We are looking for licensed amateur radio operators to participate in this event.
Mike Benonis, KI4RIX will be teaching us how to use RF Propagation Mapping software, which uses digital terrain information and a mathematical model to simulate radio transmissions between two fixed sites or between a fixed site and a mobile.