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- There are no active watches, warnings or advisories September 18, 2021
EDVantage Classes Available To all Amateur Radio Operators
There is now a series of classes available to all Ham Radio Operators. These classes will be on subjects that will be of special interest to new radio operators but experienced operators are welcomed as well. These classes will be on the 3rd Saturday of each month. Each session will begin at 9:30am and last approximately 90 minutes. The series will begin as virtual ZOOM sessions until the Coronavirus restrictions are lifted and
then we will move to the PSOC with live sessions:
1. 3/20/2021 Strike Team
2. 4/17/2021 Radio Programming and PL tones
3. 5/15/2021 Shelter Operator
4. 6/19/2021 Go Kit Building
5. 7/17/2021 Antenna Tuning
6. 8/21/2021 Net Control
7. 9/18/2021 EmComm
8. 10/16/2021 SARNET
9. 11/20/2021 Basic Electronics
10. 01/15/2022 Signal Link
11. 02/19/2022 Meters and how to use them
12. 03/19/2022 Fittings and Soldering
13. 04/16/2022 Winlink
To request access to any of the classes please email the following address.
You will then be sent a link to register for the requested class.
Pre Registration is required, contact: email@example.com
Don’t forget to renew your dues if you have not already. You can renew instantly online at: https://www.hamclub.org
What are your thoughts on QST accepting non-ham radio advertising? Please let ARRL Vice Director Jim Schilling, KG4JSZ, know your thoughts:
From Lu Romero, W4LT, Repeater Trustee:
I will soon (in the next couple of days) implement the long awaited audio
feed to the internet on the 105 machine. This means you will be able to
listen to the repeater on any browser on a computer or on any internet
connected device that can show a web page anywhere in the world.
All activity on 105 will be recorded as well, and your communications
through the repeater will be available for review by the control operators
for a period of 30 days. They will then automatically delete, first in
first out style.
This email is your notification that when you use105, your QSO’s will be
broadcast freely over the internet. In addition, all communication through
our system will be recorded.
Your use of the TARC 147.105 repeater means that you accept the rebroadcast
and recording of your communications over the Tampa Amateur Radio Club
repeater facilities. TARC will not be responsible for any of your actions
and statements through our facilities: You agree to accept all risks in
connection with this retransmission personally.
If you do not want your communications rebroadcast over the internet world
wide and/or recorded, and do not accept personal responsibility for your
communications through our repeater system, then you should not use this
repeater for your communications.
I will alert everyone via this reflector when the current local testing is
complete and when the audio feed is available. The feed will be available
to all users of www.broadcastify.com. I will let you know how to find it
when I turn on the Broadcastify stream in the next few days (If I can’t do
it tomorrow, then it will be Monday or Tuesday as I have to go to the
repeater site to finish the setup).
Please email me on this list or direct if you have any questions or comments
regarding the implementation of this feature.
Lu Romero – W4LT
Repeater System Trustee