Telegraphy class from the 1930’s at King Edward High School.
Fellow CHR member VE7KWK passes along the following post and wonders if this could have anything to do with RF deterioration?
On behalf of the 30 plus members of CHR we wish everyone the best of the holiday season and health, happiness and peace for 2019.
CHR Christmas Social gathering on December 11 at Tim Hortons at Nordel Center.
Dealing with some email issues I’m having I’ve posted the November Newsletter online.
Fellow Coastal Ham Radio member VE7KWK passes along a link for those of us who like to get out the soldering iron and create a new toy to play with.
Fellow Coastal Ham Radio member VE7HRA files his review of the Yuma Hamfest.
The Yuma Hamfest is over…. no big prizes this year. there was $25000, yes $25000 worth of door prizes this year!! Wow they sold out of tickets, too. Beverly and I won some small hourly door prizes, though. Continue reading
Fired up the rig today (Saturday) and saw quite a few on the waterfall on 20m. Made a few contacts but couldn’t help to think I was being lost by other stations over top of me. I’m use to this especially on a Saturday when their seems to an upswing Of hams on. Continue reading
For many years now besides myself lots of other amateurs have been asking where is the hobby going and how do we attract younger people into the fold. For me, and I’m and old timer in the hobby, the thrill of the hobby has always been “how and where am I getting out to.” For others it’s been getting to know people in different places on voice or cw, and still others have their various reasons why the hobby attracts them. Continue reading
Don (VE7AEO) brought in his new compact SDR HF Radio to show off. Don reports the receive is as good as as his Japanese radios. He hasn’t played around with the transmit side yet. Continue reading