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MNARC 6-foot Hoagie

MNARC enjoyed a 6-foot hoagie at the June 2015 club meeting. The program was planning for Field Day and included fun times and food.  🙂…

2015 MNARC NCS Recognized by ARRL

At the June 2015 Club Meeting, MNARC was honored to have Mr. Joe Ames, American Radio Relay League EPA Section Manager, present certificates to our Weather and Information Net Control Operators…

Field Day Planning – The June 2015 Program

As is the standard program procedure for the June meeting, this is the time for the planning of the Marple Newtown Amateur Radio Club’s annual emergency preparedness exercise. The planning…

Getting Down Safely

There are not too many Amateur Radio operators who  have never heard of the Radio Society of Great Britain’s (RSGB) prestigious Island On The Air (IOTA)  Unknown is the ongoing…

Field Day Elsewhere and Here

The contest aspect of a Field Day operating event is to contact as many stations as possible in the given time period (twenty-four hours, during a weekend, if setup commences…

This Met Has No Opera

The man who invented the weather forecast concept in the 1860s faced skepticism and even mockery. Just as often quoted on today’s current CSI television shows, nothing is proven if…

More Jamaican Growth

THE JAMAICAN HISTORY CONTINUES Continuing to today, the organized Amateur Radio community in Jamaican Amateur Radio consists of dedicated individuals who operate within historically created strict International guidelines and demonstrate…

How It Began

In an era when a presidential candidate claimed it was he that developed the Internet and the reality of computing occurred in Philadelphia there are many leaders and innovators. Also,…

Working Together

When there are disasters, emergencies, and training exercises, it is not uncommon for Amateur Radio operators to find themselves working alongside others having a common goal while using their own…

A Timely Invite

Thanks to the ARRL, American Amateur Radio operators have been invited to transmit compressed APRS packets to Israel’s high school CubeSat. This satellite, Duchifat-1 was launched about a year ago.…

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