I have a 5' x 30' length of chicken wire in good condition available free to good home. Contact me by e-mail or by phone at 967-9313 if you are interested.
Mounted on the inside of my apartment's patio fence, it worked quite well as a counterpoise for my HF Ham Stick antennas. You might find it useful for your own base station antenna configuration. Or for anything else!
It is that time again. Monday the 29th is the deadline for articles,
pictures, etc for the April Key-Klix edition. Please submit your stuff
ASAP so that the finished product can get to the Printer on time! You
can send your items directly to my email, dennismo2(a)cox.net
Thanks to all -
73 de Denny AD6EZ<><
ARRL Certification and Continuing Education Course Registration
Registration for the ARRL Radio Frequency Interference (EC-006) Antenna
Design and Construction (EC-009) and Technician Class for Ham Radio
Licensing (EC-010) courses remains open through Sunday, March 28.
Classes begin Tuesday April 6.
Students taking Radio Frequency Interference (EC-006) will learn how to
identify and take steps to cure various kinds of interference. Antenna
Design and Construction (EC-009) covers basic antenna theory and
practical construction techniques.
With the assistance of a mentor, students in the Technician Licensing
course will learn everything they need to learn to pass the FCC
Technician license class test.
To learn more, visit the ARRL Certification and Continuing Education Web
page at http://www.arrl.org/cce/. For more information, contact
Certification and Continuing Education Program Department, cce(a)arrl.org.
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Tomorrow evening (Tuesday), Dennis and I will again be having dinner at
Sizzler's at 7:00 PM, and you are welcome to join us. We usually end up
discussing how to improve issues related to SBARC over dinner. If you
will be joining us, please let me know so I can make sure to get an
appropriately sized table.
As we did last week, Dennis and I will be eating at Sizzler's Restaurant
tomorrow evening. I've had a couple of requests to make it later, so we
will try it tomorrow evening at 7:00 PM. Besides having a good dinner,
it gives us a chance to talk about where we would like to see SBARC
going in the future.
If you would like to join us, please let me know so I can make sure to
get a large enough table.