Youth and Amateur Radio by David Collingham K3LP…..Join us Wednesday May 13th at 7:30 pm at HacDC.

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    David Collingham, K3LP will be speaking about “Youth and Amateur Radio”. David is the creator of the Dorothy Grant Amateur Radio Club K6DGE, where 25+ 4th & 5th graders are now licensed amateur radio operators.  They even have a sixty foot tower and beam antenna at the school. “Kids in Communication”.  David Collingham was inducted into the “CQ DX Hall of Fame in 2104”  He is a world traveler and Dx-peditioner.  Visit David at www.k3lp.com and visit the Dorothy Grant Radio Club at www.k6dge.com

 

Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES) Presentation—April 8th at 7:30 pm

  • Richard Bunn, N4ASX will be speaking about Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES).  The Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES) consists of licensed amateurs who have voluntarily registered their qualifications and equipment, with their local ARES leadership, for communications duty in the public service when disaster strikes. Visit  http://www.arrl.org/ares for more information.

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    About me

    First licensed as WN2FMF in high school in 1971, Now N4ASX issued in 1978.  Very active with the Alexandria Radio Club and the Pentagon Amateur Radio Club.  ARES EC for City of Alexandria.  Operate HF/VHF/UHF All modes, as well as D-Star.

    DXCC on 10/15 and 20, WAS.

DXing Radio Contest March 27-29

On Friday, March 27 at 8pm, the public is invited to join us as HacDC Amateur Radio Club (HARC) participates in the CQ WPX (Worked All Prefixes) Contest, where we attempt to contact as many stations as possible, with as many different call sign prefixes as possible over 48 hours.  We hope to contact 1000+ stations from 100+ countries during this major contest event which ends Sunday, March 29 at 8pm.  Join us at meetup.com.

The contest’s objective is to expand knowledge of radio propagation on (HF) bands, improve operating skills, and improve station capability.  Read more on HARC’s site or at contest sponsor CQ Magazine.  Visit http://www.cqwpx.com/ for rules, etc.

*DXing [from DX, the telegraphic shorthand for “distance”] is the hobby of receiving and identifying distant radio or television signals, or making two way radio contact with distant stations in amateur radio, citizens’ band radio or other two way radio communications. — (Wikipedia)