Author Archives: Ed Efchak

Follow On FLARC’s Presentation On Oscilloscopes

Roger (K2RRB) has a follow on Friday night’s great presentation on oscilloscopes- I was doing some research on Tektronix and they ARE in Wayne. The link I am sending  might be of interest to members of FLARC. It has GREAT … Continue reading

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SKYWARN Spotter Training Class On May 22 in Mahwah

The National Weather Service will be conducting a SKYWARN Spotter Training (Retraining) Class in Mahwah, Bergen County NJ on Tuesday evening May 22. The Class will be from 7pm to 10pm at: Bergen County Law and Public Safety Institute Hall of Heroes Auditorium 321 … Continue reading

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HAARP-HIGH-FREQUENCY ACTIVE AURORAL RESEARCH PROGRAM

HAARP is a scientific endeavor aimed at studying the properties and behavior of the ionosphere. Operation of the research facility was transferred from the United States Air Force to the University of Alaska Fairbanks on Aug. 11, 2015, allowing HAARP to … Continue reading

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China Installed Military Jamming Equipment on Spratly Islands, U.S. Says

Hmmm…one trusts no one is planning a DXpedition to this one in the near future…from The Wall Street Journal By Michael R. Gordon in Washington and Jeremy Page in Beijing April 9, 2018 5:32 a.m. ET   China has installed … Continue reading

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Does Using FT8 In Contests Add To Scores??

A recent study has mixed results… FT8 and Contesting Impact

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Joe Taylor (K1JT) Discusses WSJT-X At Recent Conference

Joe Taylor (K1JT) Joe Taylor K1JT MicroHam Presentation delivered a presentation to the MicroHams conference on March 24th. Here is the video of his presentation…the whole conference is also there –  8 hours!!

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Links To Presentations From The Recent HAMSCI Workshop

Dr Nathaniel Frissell (W2NAF) mentioned that Randy (WU2S), Thom (W2NZ) and Ed (WX2R) had attended the HAMSCI workshop in February. He also mentioned that many of the papers presented over the two day event were available on the HAMSCI website. … Continue reading

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