If you have been hearing about Hotspots and fusion radio and “Internet DX” and wondering what it is all about then you will be excited for the presentation this Saturday. DMR, Yaesu Fusion, D-Star are all part of this new digital wave of communication. Please come and check it out. Please join us Saturday April
General class Salt Lake City 25th of March, 9 sessions in 9 weeks, Morris Farmer AD7SR Phone: (801) 278-4966 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The class is free but requires purchasing the ARRL General class license manual $30 http://www.arrl.org/shop/ARRL-General-Class-License-Manual-8th-Edition/$20 Kindle digital format Logan free one day General class Saturday April 20th.
DCARC and Paul Roubinet are assembling equipment for an upcoming contact between a local elementary school and the International Space Station! This is an exciting opportunity to get young people excited about Space and Amateur Radio. To make this happen we are looking for some equipment that is required for the contact. Listed below is
The class costs of $25. It will be held at the Taylorsville City Hall, 2600 W. Taylorsville Blvd. (5400 South). We plan on starting as close to 8 AM as possible so please try to arrive a little early to get set up. Bring a laptop computer. We will not be printing out the presentations this
It will be held in Layton City Office Building, 437 Wasatch Dr., Layton, Utah 84041. There is no cost to take the course. We will be using The Technician License Course book by Stu Turner. The books sell for $21.95 plus shipping if you order them online. The Davis County Amateur Radio Club has some
Saturday February 16th at BYU in Provo for Technician (entry level) The class is free and goes from 8am until 5pm. No study materials need to be purchased for the class. The exam is given in the afternoon. Cost is $14. E-mail email@example.com to register and to get instructions on what to bring, where it is and where