Roger, KE5YTA, mentioned an interesting program tonight on the 6:30 traffic net: Ready to Copy. This is a simple program meant to help traffic handlers take radiogram traffic, create traffic, and keep track of their traffic. If you’re interested in this part of our hobby, you might want to take a look.
Keeping with the times the DARC Lecture And Lab for April 25, 2020 has gone virtual! Join us at 11am Central Time from the comfort and safety of your home. This virtual Lab And Lecture we will be presenting an introduction to the popular digital modes FT8/FT4 using WSJT-X. More Details below.
The next Lecture and Lab will take place one week from today, and it isn’t cancelled—it will be a virtual event, focusing on using digital modes like FT8 and FT4. The Lab will take place at 11:00 am on Saturday, April 25th. Please see our post about virtual meeting information for instructions on how to participate.
Remember, the next Lecture and Lab isn’t cancelled—it will be a virtual event, focusing on using digital modes like FT8 and FT4. The L & L will take place at 11:00 am on Saturday, April 25th. Please see our post about virtual meeting information for instructions on how to participate.
If you didn’t have time last weekend, be sure to check out our latest club newsletter for some cool stuff in the spirit of Old Timer’s Night.
And don’t forget that all our club nets are still going on, including a 10:00 am stuck-at-home net Monday through Friday on the 146.88 repeater. Remember, if Tom can’t make it, you’re welcome to take a turn as net control…and you’re always welcome to bring announcements, real or funny.
Because of the world-wide Coronavirus pandemic the DARC will be utilizing Google Meet for our online/virtual meetings related to club activities. The first official club activity due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic will be the virtual BOD meeting on Apr 7, 2020 at 6pm central time. There will be additional virtual events later in Apr 2020 and in May 2020……..