Greetings WCARES, We’re very excited about Field Day this weekend (6/27 – 6/28). We expect that this year will be bigger and better than ever. We have added a dedicated station for digital modes bringing us into a whole new class. Many of you have signed up with station captains and we expect to be […]Read more »
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The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) Special Committee on the Future of Shortwave Broadcasting foresees a dim outlook for the medium. The Committee in 2014 released its assessment of the current and projected use of shortwave radio as a platform for programming by US international media. “United States international media must optimize delivery by audience/market,” […]Read more »
Collection of News – From Ham Websites.
Picture taken at Electronics Class, Session 5 by Joe Marler KQ1Q (WCARES member).
Announcing: NEW Digital Station at This Year’s Williamson County ARRL Amateur Radio Emergency Service (WCARES) Field Day! (http://www.arrl.org/field-day) Do you consider yourself ‘microphone shy’? Would you prefer to send a text message rather than place a phone call? Are you concerned about losing your voice during Field Day? If you answered ‘Yes’ to any of […]Read more »
At the Chew and Chat on 5/23/15, Dallas Clements briefed the support and exercise plan for the 2015 Harpeth River Ride. These are the slides from that briefing. Contact Dallas at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Harpeth River Ride Support and Exercise PlanRead more »
If you own a Kenwood TM-D710, TH-D72, Yaesu FTM-400D, FT-1D, Icom IC-2828DG, or ID-92 and you want to add the ability to view received packets on a Google Map or Offline Street Map (OSM), there is an Android app out there to help you. It’s called W2APRS and it’s not available on the Google Play Store. If you’re […]Read more »