From QCEN/OHKYIN: In a joint effort, both OHKYIN and QCEN will be offering a formal program for entry-level license study as well as upgrades to General and Extra class. The approach will be new, and tailored to the Covid-19 situation we find ourselves in. There will be no lectures or class presentations of material. StudentsContinue reading
It’s that time of year when storm spotter classes are announced and scheduled. For 2021, they are going to do live Webinars for the classes. Here is more information: 2021 Storm Spotter Webinar National weather Service classes will be conducted as live webinars with live Q&A. We will use the GoToWebinar software, which can hostContinue reading
If you know someone interested in getting their Technician Class License, here is another opportunity. Dan, KB6NU is offering another Tech class starting November 2. The cost is 25 dollars. More information and registration is at https://www.kb6nu.com/product/next-online-tech-class/
If you know of someone who is interested in getting their Tech License, there is an online class being offered. Here are the details: Cuyahoga Falls ARC Free Online Technician Licensing Class The Cuyahoga Falls ARC will hold a free Online Technician Licensing Class. Prospective hams from around the state or even outside of OhioContinue reading
The National Weather Service Office in Wilmington is offering another online spotter course coming up in 2 weeks. You do need to register for the training. Registration link and more information can be found at: https://www.weather.gov/iln/onlinespotter
Trying to get this out early today. With the rain and the past issues with the 146.67 in the rain, we are moving the net to the 145.37 (PL123.0), even though we know it has a hard time hearing. Push your power tonight and please join us at the normal time.
From the National Weather Service in Wilmington: We are hosting our first-ever virtual spotter training class on Monday, April 20, at 4PM. For more information and to register, visit here: https://www.weather.gov/iln/onlinespotter
Even though we know this is last minute, in case you see this in time, the 146.67 is down, so we are going to try to hold the 9:00 PM net on 145.37- pl 123.0. Please join us if you can.
From the DIAL Amateur Radio Club: The Amateur Radio License Exams scheduled for Saturday, April 11, in Fairfield Township [Ohio], are herewith cancelled. We are hopeful that the exams on May 6 will be administered as planned. Please disregard information onthe ARRL web page http://www.arrl.org/find-an-amateur-radio-licenseexam-session and the Laurel Amateur Radio Club’s web page http://www.laurelvec.com/?pg=exams .
Because of the ongoing quarantines/lockdowns/Shelter at home or in place orders, many hams are at a loss as to how to upgrade or help others get a license. Well an option that has been around in the FCC rules is being exercised now. Remote Testing has been allowed by FCC rules for a long time,Continue reading