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Fall Communications Academy for new hams!

A limited edition Fall Academy will be offered this year on October 2, focused on newly licensed hams, as well as those CERT, SAR, and other disciplines who use radios but are new to it. It is an expanded version … Continue reading

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Field Day 2010 Photo Gallery

Photos from two 2010 Field Day sites in Mason County, Washington.

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Club members work the moon!

Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico boasts “the largest and most sensitive radiotelescope.” Amateur radio operators haven’t worked EME (Earth-Moon-Earth bounce) via the Arecibo radio dish since the 1970s, so it was quite special to have some windows of time open … Continue reading

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Code key Saturday!

At the March 13, 2010 club meeting, several members brought their Morse code keys for show-and-tell and some discussion about code work. Click the “read more” link to see the photos, taken by Marsh NC7V. The club also elected new … Continue reading

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Communications Academy

The 12th annual Communications Academy will be held April 10-11, 2010, at South Seattle Community College. The title this year is: Bringing Professionalism to Amateur Emergency Communications. The Communications Academy is open to anyone with an interest in emergency communications, … Continue reading

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