Business meeting The first 10 to 20 minutes are the business of the club. Reports on the finances, new members, the school, the club stations, etc. are covered. Program The rest of the meeting is the usual technical program. For October program is by Robert Orndorff, W4BNO. The subject: “Solar Numbers and Amateur Radio”; this Read More …
With proper “social distancing” the RARC met on 13 March. Because many could not be there, the presentation was recorded. Find it at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ypQaQ0w5BU&feature=youtu.be
Two presentations, one by John DeMajo, K5HTZ, and a second by Ken Zutavern, K4ZUT, at the 10 January 2020 RARC club meeting are outlined here. John‘s presentation is available by clicking this link: loop-antenna-project John’s spreadsheet calculator is at mag_loop_calculator. Ken showed another design that used a hand-wound toroid transformer instead of a small loop Read More …
A recording of the June club meeting presentation at the Richmond Amateur Radio Club. You can view it by searching for “youtube ken zutavern test bench” or clicking https://youtu.be/YpAw7doAN28.
Jim Bates, K8OI, on who is gathering what information on you and how they are using it. And, what you can do to minimize it. Click 2019-02 – RARC Privacy and Security v2019-01-11
Click here for PDF slide show.
The presentation to the RARC on the ham radio operators dealing with the Russian coup-attempt is now available and enhanced on a dedicated website. Click http://www.rarc-russia.com/
DMR presentation by Bruce MacAlister, W4BRU, at the April 2018 Richmond Amateur Radio Club monthly meeting. Click to get the PDF: DMR pres at RARC w notes
As soon as some Internet firewall issues are sorted out, the RARC remotely controllable station will be available for club members to use from their computers (Windows only) or Android phones or tablets. Click here to see or download the PDF on the RARC station and the RemoteHams software.
This presentation with a packet demonstration was given at the March club meeting. N4HOK Packet Radio Presentation for RARC 2017-03-10
At the December 2016 meeting newly-elected club president Jim Bates, K8OI, presented his vision and made some proposals for the year ahead. That presentation is available as a PDF by clicking 2016-12 Club Presentation.
It’s got pictures and comments on what was new and what was interesting at Dayton this year. Click here Win Grants Dayton 2016 report ver 2-1 for the 10-page PDF with your tour of Hamvention 2016.
Jim Bate, K8OI, presented how-to set up a rig for remote control. The presentation slides are here. RemoteHams Presentation 2015
Introduction to Digital Voice Modes – 2014-07
Last month I gave some reasons why I became interested in operating remotely. This month, I’d like to share my operating environment – my gear, some software and network information, where the gear is located, and how I like to operate. Gear located in my outside (detached) shed as follows: My main rig is an Read More …