The plan is to repeat the 3A with VHF setup that has been used the past few years. Will the stars finally align for a satellite QSO? Will 15 or 10 open?
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As a result, The Driver will cease and desist. He will no longer jam ANY repeaters. Operation Cock Block completed without incident.
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The team members call the hospital and some of the communities in Beaumont and Banning to see how they fared during a disaster, such as an earthquake. The city started their ham radio station last week at city hall. Beaumont is ready for any kind of natural disaster: the city and the San Gorgonio Pass Amateur Radio Club SPARC have partnered to provide ham radio operations at City Hall in the event of a disaster that could interrupt communications between cities and residents.
I guess you could say that tonight was the first, formal meeting of a new Amateur Radio club. But now we have a formal constitution and by-laws and we now fall under the banner and protection of the South Plainfield Office of Emergency Management. The club documents were signed by the charter members, of which yours truly, is one.
Jack Lemmon plays Professor Fate, a wonderfully over-the-top melodramatic villain, assisted by his sidekick Max Meen. To activate one of his sinister devices of sabotage, Professor Fate announces, "Push the button, Max! Over the years I've had my share of buttons act as though they were wired by Professor Fate.
Amateur Radio ham radio is a popular hobby and service that brings people, electronics and communication together. People use ham radio to talk across town, around the world, or even into space, all without the Internet or cell phones. It's fun, social, educational, and can be a lifeline during times of need.
We operate most weekends either Saturday or Sunday weather permitting. Come along and see us have a laugh and you might get a coffee. We are an active club, participating in many events such as Field Days and Special Events Stations, and taking part in contests.