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MFSK-32

MFSK-32 is a digital mode supported in FLDIGI with interesting potential for emcom.  In addition to being a robust text mode for HF and VHF/UHF it can be used for pictures, graphics and HTML. The link will take you to a YouTube presentation that was actually prepared for broadcasters but demonstrates the modes abilities.

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2016 ILLW Results

This year’s ILLW (International Lighthouse & Lightship Weekend) event, with the usual station set up at Lime Liln Lighthouse, was enhanced by Dan, N6AU, activating Cattle Point Lighthouse.  There was some concern during the planning stage that Cattle Point might not qualify as a lighthouse, but Dan’s submission to illw.net was accepted, and Cattle Point […]

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Used Test Equipment Sale!

The following test equipment will be auctioned off at the next club meeting, all proceeds going to the SJCARS treasury. The upper unit is a Fluke 8010A.  The display is sick, barely readable.  Buy this for parts, or to put your own project in the case. The lower unit is a Fluke 8000A, and appears […]

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Hams Recognized By County Council

Ham Radio Operators Recognized By County Council  

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Minutes: August 2015

SJCARS_Minutes_August_2015

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Ultra Marathons

Hello All…… The race committee for the Ultra Marathons in Moran St. Park has contacted me and asked for our assistance with communications on January 25 and February 7, 2015.  Please let me know know if you would be interested in participating in one or both of these races so I can evaluate our ability to assist with the events. Thanks……. […]

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From Clark, K7LRK: My buddy (Ashi Sharma) picked a great day for a hike as there was not a cloud in the sky.  Unfortunately, a large solar flare had recently passed and propagation was pretty minimal.  Thank goodness for club member Hoop (K9QJS), Wayne (WA6MPG), Mark (AF7ES), Peter (WA7FUS) and Bud (WB7FHC) — without their […]

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And the Winner Is…

The winner of the first K7LRK QRP antenna contest is Wayne, WA6MPG.  In fact, his entry so obviously blew away the field that no one else even asked to be judged.  Clark, K7LRK, used the occasion instead to spend an hour or so getting his antenna tuned up: Wayne’s antenna operates on all bands, including […]

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