As part of its 2018 Speaker Series, The Fair Lawn Amateur Radio Club July program will feature a ham who takes good operating skills and "ham etiquette" quite seriously.
Nominations are requested for awards that will be presented at the 2018 ARRL Hudson Division Awards Banquet to be held on November 3, 2018.
Please consider nominees for:
- AMATEUR OF THE YEAR
- GRAND OLE HAM
- TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT
More details and nomination forms can be found on the Hudson Division website: http://hudson.arrl.org/2016-hudson-div-awatds-nomination-form/
Contact: June 17, 2018
Ed Efchak, Public Information Coordinator
The Raritan Valley Radio Club hamfest is Saturday June 16th from 8 am – Noon.
The hamfest will be held at:
Piscataway High School
110 Behmer Rd
Piscataway, NJ 08854
From I-287S take exit 8, from I-287N take exit 7, then follow the signs.
GPS: +40.5482, -74.4690
Ample Parking! Food! Door prizes! XYL & Kids free! Card Checking!
VE Session 9AM - pre register with Drew, W20U
732-801-4654 or email@example.com
Saturday, June 2nd, 2018
0730-1200 Rain or Shine
(Sellers arrive 0700)
700 Sixth Ave.
Spring Lake Heights, NJ 07762
Sellers: $10 Outside, $15 Pavilion (covered w/electric)
VE Session at 10AM Contact K2DE@ARRL.NET for details.
North Jersey DX Association will be hosting guest speaker Joe Taylor, K1JT. Joe is a Nobel Prize winner in physics.
Joe has developed JT65, JT9 and co-developed FT8. He is also the developer of WSJT and leads a team that developed and maintains WSJT-X.
WSJT-X and FT8 have become very popular with HF digital operators.
Joe will be speaking at the North Jersey DX Association May meeting on Friday May 11, 2018 at 8 p.m.
Tucker Dunham, KD2JPM, will preview his presentation: “A Data Network for Emergency Communication” Monday, May 14th, 7PM at Warren County Technical School in Washington, NJ.
Wayne Radio Amateur Emergency Team (WRAET), with the help of the American Red Cross Amateur Radio Club (ARC2), is sponsoring a Technician license class.
The class will take place on the weekend of May 5th and 6th at St. Joseph's Wayne Medical center starting at 8am.
If you know someone who may be interested in getting a ham license and in joining the greatest hobby ever, please forward this to them.
There will be a VE exam for students at the end of the class.