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  2. Hey Ham Community, welcome our new member: KA3QPG, On behalf of all members, welcome to Ham Community. We encourage you to browse around and get to know the Community's many sections. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask, as with all things HAM, we all love to give advice 😎 For everyone's information, KA3QPG joined on the 10/22/19. Here is KA3QPG's profile link: View Member KA3QPG, why not tell us a little something about yourself? Gear, setup, experience, anything at all...
  3. Hey Ham Community, welcome our new member: CodingJungle, On behalf of all members, welcome to Ham Community. We encourage you to browse around and get to know the Community's many sections. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask, as with all things HAM, we all love to give advice 😎 For everyone's information, CodingJungle joined on the 10/22/19. Here is CodingJungle's profile link: View Member CodingJungle, why not tell us a little something about yourself? Gear, setup, experience, anything at all...
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    QCX Challenge

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  6. Hello, During most of the meetings of Vienna Wireless Society there are two presentations on various topics: a short one (~30 mins) to start with, followed by a longer (45mins-1 hour). Most of the presentations are streamed live, so remote audience can fully participate in club's meetings. I'll be posting in this thread links to upcoming presentations. While waiting for the next event, please feel free to browse an extensive list of recordings from past presentations, which can be found on VWS web site: http://viennawireless.net/wp/meetings/presentations/ During the upcoming meeting on Oct 23 we will have two presentations, which HC audience can found interesting: At 19:00EDT/23:00UTC will introduce Ham Community to VWS members: At 20:00EDT/00:00(+1)UTC Gump, KC5CG will talk about the art and science of Radio Direction Finding: I'll be monitoring YT chat, so please feel free to join us, comment and ask questions.
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    Loving the community... it's an Awesome idea and I'm spreading the word to everyone I talk too. Keep up the good work guys. 5 Stars from me.
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    Welcome KR4EL

    Hey Ham Community, welcome our new member: KR4EL, On behalf of all members, welcome to Ham Community. We encourage you to browse around and get to know the Community's many sections. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask, as with all things HAM, we all love to give advice 😎 For everyone's information, KR4EL joined on the 10/21/19. Here is KR4EL's profile link: View Member KR4EL, why not tell us a little something about yourself? Gear, setup, experience, anything at all...
  9. Really sorry I could not make it to the meeting. But again, thanks to Doug and the entire QCWA Chapter 91 membership for being a part of Ham Community and for your decades of service to the Amateur Radio community.
  10. That's us, hamcommunity.com, here to offer our members a modern, collaboration-oriented space reserved for amateur radio and supporting fields of endeavor.
  11. Thanks Danny, I really appreciate the support!!
  12. You picked an easy frequency to remember 😁
  13. A new one from the Interwebs 😂
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    Ham Community hopes to become a center for excellence in amateur radio, a place that all Hams associate with reliable knowledge, great insight, a desire to innovate, and the courage to push boundaries. To do so we need people who want to learn, and people who have the knowledge and desire to teach or share. The latter are what we call Experts and Elmers. To become a Ham Community Expert Elmer requires some testing and some time engaging in the community. We would like to know you and know what you know. Unlike a license exam, our criteria for becoming an Expert Elmer is to have knowledge of the highest level. To apply, you will need to do two things (in any order). You must fill out this application form You must take the Experts & Elmers quizzes here. Prerequisites and instructions are clearly listed.
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    We seek up to two Link Directory contributing editors. Your role would be to populate our Link Directory section with website addresses for our members to use and comment on. For instance, we need listing of websites that offer Ham-related software such as logging, spotting, etc. We need websites that list retailers and manufacturers. We also wish to list individual Ham-related blogs and YouTube channels. This involves finding what's out there, going to the website, obtaining their About Us information and pasting it into the link so that we can faithfully describe what their site is about in their own words. Ultimately, this becomes a very valuable resource for those looking for valuable amateur radio information This volunteer function also requires some editing and formatting skills so that all of our Link Listings look their best. We estimate this volunteer position to require approximately three hours of work a week.
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    Welcome K4CTC

    Hey Ham Community, welcome our new member: K4CTC, On behalf of all members, welcome to Ham Community. We encourage you to browse around and get to know the Community's many sections. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask, as with all things HAM, we all love to give advice 😎 For everyone's information, K4CTC joined on the 10/20/19. Here is K4CTC's profile link: View Member K4CTC, why not tell us a little something about yourself? Gear, setup, experience, anything at all...
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    We seek up to three Gear Reviews contributing editors. Your role would be to populate our Gear Reviews Section with items for our members to review and read about. For instance, we need more antennas, transceivers, tuners, etc. listed. This involves finding what's out there, going to the manufacturer's website, obtaining their descriptions, photos, etc. The function also requires some editing and formatting skills so that all of our Gear Review items look their best. We estimate this volunteer position to require approximately three hours of work a week.
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  19. I own a D-Star handheld and it works great. I just bought a Yaesu mobile that I’m going to install this weekend and get my feet wet with Fusion. I’ll let you know how it turns out. My biggest hurdle where I live, is that there are no D-Star repeaters in my area, and I have to rely on a hotspot. For QTH operations, that’s not really an issue, but when it comes to mobile operations, I either have to use a hotspot connected to the wifi on my phone, or stay in analog mode. There are a lot more Fusion repeaters in my area, so I’m going to give it a try.
  20. Beginning tomorrow, October 20, 2019, the Slow Speed CW Round Table will be moved to 3535kc at 7:30 local time.
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    NCCC Sprint

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  23. Tomorrow we'll be continuing our Net Control testing of the various repeaters. I'll be going to each mile marker on my motorcycle and reporting back to net control on each of the 11 repeaters. @WA8AHZ and @W4DOI will be helping me out. We'll post the results here next week.
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