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Get your CW contesting chops up for Field Day

Posted by k6jeb on 6th June 2007

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RSS in Plain English

Posted by k6jeb on 24th April 2007

As we continue to grow this site, and hopefully the club sites within the East Bay Section, we’re hoping to pull all the news and happenings around the section using RSS (“Really Simple Syndication”). Here is one of the best explanations of how this works, perhaps making it easier to understand how RSS will make public relations work easier. The added benefit being keeping the ham community as well as the surrounding communities informed:

There are two types of Internet users, those that use RSS and those that don’t. This video is for the people who could save time using RSS, but don’t know where to start.

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Amateur Radio: Every Single Minute (video)

Posted by nj6t on 8th April 2007

22 min 25 sec – Dec 28, 1959
Description: In 1955, The Phil-Mont Mobile Radio Club, an association of mobile amateur radio operators, provided emergency communications during the during the devastating flooding along the Delaware River and in the Pocono Mountains following Hurricane Diane, the sixth costliest U.S. hurricane of the 20th century…fifty years before Hurricane Katrina. In 1959, the club produced this short film to explain amateur radio, and especially mobile communications as practiced by the club. (The main film begins after a three minute interview with Jim Spencer, W3BBB, produced by a local cable channel many years later)

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