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Amateur Radio operator "Always Certain, Often Wrong"

David Sarnoff Radio Club March 19 2019

Randy Smith, WU2S will give a presentation to the David Sarnoff Radio Club on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 7:30 pm. The club meets at the American Red Cross, 707 Alexander Rd Suite 101, Princeton, NJ 08540. Randy will show that high-speed multimedia mesh networking … Continue reading

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Introduction to Mesh Networking Class

Randy WU2S will conduct a monthly class on mesh networking starting Thursday, March 14 at 7:00 pm. Registration for this class is required. Use the following link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/df1daee0b4b6aa7cc5b9141539e44ee6 This class will use the Zoom.us video conference facility. You need to … Continue reading

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QSO Today Podcast Interviews Andre K6AH about AREDN mesh networking

Listen to the podcast here. Eric, 4Z1UG describes his interview with Andre Hansen, K6AH, project manager for the Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network open source project team. Eric writes “As a nerdy kid of about 10 years old, I used … Continue reading

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A Proposal for a Mesh Network Class

On tonight’s FLARC Near & Far net I proposed conducting a series of classes on mesh networking. This idea is a response to the latest membership survey results which indicate that FLARC members share a strong interest in learning about … Continue reading

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ARRL Board of Directors Recognizes Dr. Nathaniel Frissell, W2NAF

Congratulations to Andrew Schmertz and NJTV and our good friend Dr. Nathaniel Frissell, W2NAF who received some well-deserved recognition from the ARRL Board of Directors at their recent meeting through an award of the Professional Media Award for Video Reporting. … Continue reading

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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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