The Tallahassee Amateur Radio Society will sponsor an Amateur Radio Technician License Class on Saturday, November 2nd 2019. The class will run from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (with an Exam Session following the class). It be held at The Capital Area Chapter of the American Red Cross, 1115 Easterwood Drive in Tallahassee (near Tom Brown Park). This will be a one day class with a short break for lunch. Morse code is no longer required for an Amateur Radio License. There is no charge for the class.
A testing session for all license classes will follow the class. Please bring a photo id for the testing session. Before you take the license exam, you need to sign up for a FCC FRN Number. Information on how to do this is in the link below. Bring this FRN Number and Photo ID when you come to the Class..
If you are interested in becoming an officer in the club or know someone who is please let Chuck Basham (AI4KA) know. He is in charge of the nomination committee and is looking for candidates who are interested in running for the various leadership positions of the club.
The election of officers is held at the November meeting so now is the time to get your name on the ballot.
During the September 2019 club meeting we tried an experiment with doing a “light weight” video of the presentation. It is not professional quality or anything close but might be good for those who were not able to make the meeting. It is only of the presentation and stops before normal club business.
This is an experiment and based on feedback we may do it again or not.
From 14-24 August, WWV and WWVH will be broadcasting a DOD message at 10 mins past the hour on WWV and 50 mins past the hour on WWVH. As part of the message, all listeners are asked to take a listener survey at the URL specified in the message.
The results of this survey are shared with WWV/H personnel to show their NIST chain of command how often their stations are monitored and how the various timing signals and messages are used by the listeners.
Please take a listen to this message and take the survey…as the saying goes, “every vote counts” and your input to this survey is being used to help demonstrate the importance of these stations.