VIRTUAL Club Meetings

For the foreseeable future, our club meetings will be held virtually through Zoom meetings. Each meeting’s connection details will be sent through the club’s groups.io email reflector. Several virtual-meeting announcements have been sent over the last week. If you didn’t receive them, then let Kerry K3RRY or Rich KE1B know. We’ll check that you are a

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First Virtual Club Meeting

QSTs Ray W6LPW reported the sad news that KG0T is a silent key. His widow is open to having a memorial service when we are again able to gather. Kerry K3RRY reported that the Coffee 9 Virtual Noontime Lunch on April 1 was well attended. To allow more than one conversation at a time, he

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Holiday Dinner 2019

Here are the details for this year’s Holiday Dinner. A link to the registration PDF is at the end of this post. You can pay for your registration by check or by PayPal (see the Dinner Registration PDF for instructions). While you’re paying for the dinner, why not renew your club membership at the same time?

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Restoring a Hallicrafters SX-28A

On March 1, 2019, Tom W6TJK presented to the club the results of his successful effort to restore a circa 1945 Hallicrafters SX-28A vacuum-tube communications receiver. Here is Tom’s presentation.

SSTV and Raspberry Pi

We had three presentations tonight! First, John AC6SL showed the sort of slow-scan TV images (SSTV) that one can receive from the International Space Station on 2-meters. With most ISS passes below 45° elevation, few images are completely perfect, but some are quite good, and even poorly received images usually are readable. Then Glen KG0T

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