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Next club meeting: July 3ed 7PM at KSTO.
Look for every one attending on the repeater 146.910 - or the DMR Repeater channel 1 our Guam channel.
Congragulations on AH2G's newest upgrade:
KN4IAS sucessfully passed his General Exam.
Directions to KSTO: Satellite view of KSTO
From the north, turn Left at Adelup (the Governor's office) onto Route 6. Drive all the way to the top and go past Top 'O the Mar a little more than one mile. The KSTO studio building is on the left side of the road.
From the south, from Marine Corps Drive turn right onto Route 6, go up the hill about 1.5 miles. The KSTO studio building is on your right.
The driveway on the south end takes you to the lower parking lot. The entrance to the meeting room is on the south end of the building, lower level (you will pass it on your way to a parking spot).
As reported, KH1/KH7X will employ FT8 digital mode to find openings that might not be obvious and to serve as a beacon. “When we find an opening, we will put as many radios/modes/ops on as we can,” the team said.
The KH1/KH7X group helped to develop the WSJT-X software version that incorporates an FT8 DXpedition Mode (version 1.9.0). The DXpedition said using FT8 DXpedition mode may allow the operators to “expand” the bands they are able to use at this point in the solar cycle. The DXpedition’s band plan page includes a guide to using FT8 DXpedition Mode. The Dateline DX Association (DDXA) is sponsoring the DXpedition to Baker Island. The Pacific Islands Refuges and Monuments Office of the US Fish and Wildlife Service granted the DDXA permission to land and operate on the uninhabited island.
QRV Dates: 27-June thru 06-July
Get your License! need to star out?
Well, first get a copy of some study material...
MAKE SURE THE BOOK IS FOR THE 2018-2022 EXAM CYCLES
There was a new test bank activated JUNE 30 2018
ARRL Manual for Element 2 exam:
W5YI Element 2 Exam study guide:
KB6NU has a very good study guide for FREE:
There are several videos on Youtube also....
But first and formost reach out to ther hams who are willing to help you get started!
Come to a club meeting, everyone is welcome! Come learn and see what Ham radio is about!
From VK6FLAB on QRZ.com check out his article...it sums up the Digital side of the house for VHF/HF quite well.
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