Using N1MM+ During ARRL Field Day

N1MMplusAt the June 2 club meeting, John AC6SL presented how to use N1MM+, the logging software that we will be using during Field Day this weekend. Here’s a link to his slides.

A Little Night Light Music

I had it in my hand! The Trustee certification for a club station for NG6O arrived by mail at the last day (and minute) from the FCC. It was just in the nick-of-time to operate in the CQ Worldwide WPX CW contest, and run QRP (5 watts) where I was able to make an incredible […]

Field Day 2017

Join us for Field Day, on Saturday, June 24, and make a few contacts. This year we will have several radio stations on the air communicating with people around the world. Our special “Get on the Air” station is staffed by mentors who will show you how to use the equipment and how to contact other people throughout the United States. You […]

Time-Lapse Video of Sunspots!

Our sun and its variation in solar activity have a large effect on terrestrial radio communications. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, the SDO, has been collecting data since launch in early 2010. Since then it has been sending data to dedicated ground station near Las Cruces, New Mexico. While the SDO project is managed at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight […]

Club Photo

Several current and past members of the San Lorenzo Valley Amateur Radio Club posed for a photo during the club meeting on Friday, February 3, 2017. Many thanks to Bob Wolbert, K6XX, for the photography. Standing Sean Kellythorne, KI6MGI; Sam Sjogren, WB6RJH; Ed Oliver, KI6DAS; John Nogatch, AC6SL; Tuck Hartshorn, AF6GQ; Reed Cotton, N1WC; Chris Angelos, KG6DOZ; Don Taylor, K6GHA; Allen Fugelseth, WB6RWU; Fred […]