The club members would like to give a special than ks to:. They have served the club for many years. For the longest time we have been headquartered in a room at the Punxsutawney Airport and that is where all the activity is at least for Ground Hog Day.
Class size will be limited to Just present the flyer below to the server or driver. It includes eat in, delivery, and carry-out for purchases between 4pm and 9pm.
When he decided to become a ham radio operator, Charles Dillenbeck, of Bristol Township, went all out for his new hobby. Five antennae surround his house. Then one night this spring, the static he normally heard on different frequencies became much louder, so loud he could barely hear the the people with whom he was chatting.
An amateur radio operator is someone who uses equipment at an amateur radio station to engage in two-way personal communications with other amateur operators on radio frequencies assigned to the amateur radio service. Amateur radio operators have been granted an amateur radio license by a governmental regulatory authority after passing an examination on applicable regulations, electronics, radio theory, and radio operation. As a component of their license, amateur radio operators are assigned a call sign that they use to identify themselves during communication.
As a teenager I worked at the Ham Buerger amateur radio store. It was a great experience and many great memories survive. Here is a brief history of the company that I wrote many years ago.
BoxButler, PA If you wish to participate as an operator please follow the link below. Operators are not required to attend the event but may operate from there home QTH.
In these modern times of cellular phones and the Internet, we take instant communications for granted. We forget how fragile our communications systems are. We forget that only one critical piece of communications infrastructure has to fail or become overloaded to render it unusable in times of emergency!
MAIPN is part of a national movement within the Amateur Radio community to employ modern wireless technology in our local and regional Amateur Radio networks. We are taking advantage of a new class of low-cost digital microwave radios that have recently appeared in the marketplace. This equipment was originally intended to be used by commercial providers to deliver wireless internet service to customers who are underserved by existing cable and fiber optic networks.
They say they have a right to not stand during the National Anthem, obstensibly to protest social injustice. That in and of itself is a very communist thing to do. However, as a veteran I also have a right to not open my wallet, or my living room to the NFL.