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Amateur Radio operator "Always Certain, Often Wrong"

Auxcomm Symposium in Southern New Jersey

Amateur Radio in Public Health & Medical Services (ESF #8) On Saturday, February 16, 2019 the Medical Coordination Center (MCC) at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ will be hosting an ARES/RACES/AUXCOMM Symposium for hams in the Southern New Jersey and the … Continue reading

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AREDN hits the 2019-2023 General Class Question Pool

From a recent post on the AREDN website (www.arednmesh.org), Joe AE6XE calls our attention to a new question in the General class license examination question pool which refers to Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network (AREDN) mesh network transmissions. There may … Continue reading

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Soldering Basics from NASA

I found a useful document from NASA which is a good supplement to the excellent soldering workshop that Brad KM2C conducted a few months ago. The PDF document is titled “NASA Hand Soldering Training to NHB 5300.4 (3A-2). The document … Continue reading

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California Hams Provide Fire Videos

Local amateur radio operators are responding to the recent and ongoing fires in California in many ways. Several of these hams have built a high-speed multimedia AREDN mesh network which was used to deliver live streaming video of the fires … Continue reading

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FLARC Resonator – A Huge Success!

Our wonderful FLARC newsletter, The Resonator, has been a great way to reach all club members and people who are interested in amateur radio. If you have not been paying close attention to the Resonator’s brief lifespan, you may find … Continue reading

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AREDN Donates Mesh Networking Equipment to ARRL

NOTE:  Another article on this can be found at http://www.arrl.org/news/aredn-donates-mesh-networking-equipment-to-arrl High-Speed Multimedia Mesh (HSMM) technology has evolved rapidly in recent years due to the development efforts of the Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network (AREDN) open source project. This has changed … Continue reading

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K6AH Wins the June 2017 QST Cover Plaque Award for AREDN article

The ARRL announced today that the winning article for the June 2017 QST Cover Plaque award is “AREDN — A High-Speed Data Network” by Andre Hansen, K6AH. The QST Cover Plaque Award — given to the author or authors of … Continue reading

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