HAM NATION Net Update

All,
Please join us for the "very first" AllStar/IRLP HAM NATION After-Show Net on Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 10PM Eastern, (03:00 UTC) right after HAM NATION ends. The net will take place on both the AllStar 2341 Hub and the IRLP 9050 East Coast Reflector, as well as several other nodes which will all be interconnected. For additional information about this net, please visit www.wx4adx.com/ain. If you do not have AllStar or IRLP capabilities, please feel free to listen in at www.wx4adx.com/listen and choose the second RadioReference.com link. Please spread the word and show your support of this new net. 7 3. Joe, WX4ADX.

Episode 31 - Hurricane Sandy Follow-Up

Pacificon 2012: K7AGE Hellschreiber Forum

Arduino Tutorial #1 - Getting Started and Connected!


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How to build a Delta Loop Antenna


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Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy 905 Sept. 1 2012


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TRRS #67 - Grundig (Eton) Satellit 750 AM/FM/LW/Air/Shortwave Radio Review


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FCC Amateur Radio Mini-Doc


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Amateur Radio ISS Contact 145.800 MHz FM Friday 1123 UT


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Ham radio event in Boxborough W1A


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Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 1829 -- August 31 2012


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TRRS #66 - ICOM IC-7100


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National Hurricane Center Skywarn Nets

National Hurricane Center Skywarn Nets
Echolink Node 7203 *WX_TALK*, IRLP Node 9129

Weekly VoIP SKYWARN and Hurricane Prep Net is held each Saturday evening at 8pm Eastern or 7pm Central time (Sunday 0000z). This Net activates whenever tropical weather is posing a threat to U.S. mainland.

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ISS packet radio active again on 145.825 MHz

Watch ISS AX.25 packets on 145.825 MHz FM at approx 7:21pm on August 24, 2012

Work Satellites with your HT! <---Click here to learn how!!! www.southgate.org
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New Radios Shown at JARL Tokyo Ham Fair

New ICOM Radios Two new ICOM rigs featured at this weekend's Tokyo Ham Fair. The IC-7100 multi-mode should prove popular with 70 MHz users as it gives 50 watts on the band
Showcasing at the Tokyo Ham Fair 2012, IC-7100 HF/VHF/UHF Amateur Radio Transceiver http://www.icomuk.co.uk/News_Article/3508/17675/
New to the Tokyo Ham Fair 2012, the ID-51A/E Dual band D-STAR Handheld
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Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 1828 -- August 24 2012


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D-STAR 70cm DV Access Point Dongle - Post by AA4RC

Hi all. We have completed the design, prototype, and FCC/CE testing for the new 70cm version of the DVAP. It has the same red case and power levels as the 2M unit. The units should be available through dealers the first week of October. 73, Robin AA4RC
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It's time for the 2012 Huntsville Hamfest!!

If you can not go check out the live online broadcast of the Huntsville Hamfest this weekend. Go to http://W5KUB.com
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Don Shipman, W3RDF, talks about his lifelong hobby and what it means to him.- (Video)

Drake 2B Tube shortwave Ham radio receiver demo

Press Release -Lorain County Wireless Operators

Press Release For Immediate Release, 5 August 2012 Lorain County Wireless Operators Will Operate From The Lorain Harbor Light, US0143 LORAIN COUNTY OHIO – The LCWO is pleased to announce its first group project. LCWO, in conjunction with the Lorain Lighthouse Foundation, Inc. will operate NW8S from the Lorain Harbor Light, US0143, in support of the International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend, 18 & 19 August 2012. The goal of the event is to “Promote public awareness of lighthouses and lightships and their need for preservation and restoration, and at the same time to promote amateur radio and to foster International goodwill. Lighthouses are fast becoming an endangered species with the introduction of Global Positioning Systems and Satellite Navigation and the automation of the light source to solar power which has resulted in the withdrawal of management personnel (Keepers). It is hoped that this event will highlight this situation and help prevent further desecration of these magnificent structures all around the world.” (Source: ILLW) This will mark the first time an amateur radio station has operated from the lighthouse and the first time in decades that the lighthouse will be occupied overnight. There are three light structures in Lorain Harbor. From east to west; Lorain East Detached Breakwater Light, Lorain Middle Breakwater Light & Lorain Harbor Light. The US Army Corps of Engineers completed the lighthouse in 1917 resting it in 30’ of water in wooden cribs filled with sandstone then later encasing its base in concrete. The original focal plane, at 58’, was a Forth Order Fresnel Lens which could be seen for approximately 15 miles out on Lake Erie. The USCG manned the lighthouse from 1939 thru 1965. In 1965 it was decommissioned and slated for demolition. After falling into years of disrepair & vandalism, and an uncertain fate, a group of concerned citizens formed the Port of Lorain Foundation, Inc. saving the lighthouse from the wrecking ball. Currently restoration efforts are underway to return the lighthouse to her status as “Jewel of the Port” Please visit www.nw8s.com and www.lorainlighthouse.com for more information. Or contact Jeff Evans, KB8ZUN, at kb8zun@gmail.com

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9pm ET / 6pm PT To watch live online go to http://live.twit.tv And after the show check out one of the nets. Echolink - *DODROPIN* Dstar - Reflector 14 Module C



HF 3.847, 7.268, 14.268

2O12L Olympics Amateur Radio contact via SSB on 14.273Mhz


HQARADIO - THE AMATEUR RADIO PODCAST Every Sunday "LIVESHOW" 8pm EDT 9pm EDT
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National Hurricane Center Skywarn Nets - Echolink Node 7203, IRLP Node 9129

Weekly VoIP SKYWARN and Hurricane Prep Net is held each Saturday evening at 8pm Eastern or 7pm Central time (Sunday 0000z). This Net activates whenever tropical weather is posing a threat to U.S. mainland. You can listen to this on Echolink, IRLP , or Check it out on RadioReference.com http://www.radioreference.com/apps/audio/?feedId=9559
I have this link on my site under n8xym.com
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