Peter Driessen VE7AB gave a very informative presentation titled Software Defined Radio at Tuesday’s WARA member meeting. Approximately 33 members and guests took in a wealth of information not only on SDR but also different pieces of hardware and different types of software to help with contesting and DXing.
My photos are not the best but they will give you an idea how many members are starting to enjoy these meetings. Glenn Lindsey VE7GRQ
We are close to the end of this year’s course. Today we were making antennas, and Graeme looks very pleased with the results. Many thanks to Donn VA7DH for machining a lot of plastic components, and to Ed VA7SDH for patiently giving glowing signal reports as we tried each new antenna on the air.
To WARA members, ham class students, and guests
You are invited to the 2018 WARA Ham Class Graduation.
DATE: Monday, April 23, 2018
TIME: 1900 hours
LOCATION: Royal Theatre, Victoria
More information to follow.
Glenn Lindsey VE7GRQ
All local radio amateurs are welcome to check in and join the New Horizons Amateur Radio Club’s net each weekday morning at 08:45. They use the CRD Emergency Program’s repeater on 146.980 MHz with a -103.5 Hz tone. Seniors are welcome ... Read more »
Thank you, Roger, for your excellent presentation – Operating on 630-metres. Why? and How? The WARA members (about 28) who attended thoroughly enjoyed the numerous slides and the facts which you had researched.
It was informative with the early history of wireless on the BC west coast both on land and on sea. Your technical presentation, which included data and SSTV transmissions to and from other BC radio amateurs in Vancouver, was superb.