We had a good turnout in person and on Zoom for the April 2022 Meeting. We discussed up-coming elections for the radio club. We also took a poll of those interested in having our holiday dinner on Friday June 24th, the evening before Field Day. The poll showed good support for the proposal. We had two speakers for the evening Jordan WC6J who showed his work to restore a 1980's Fluke multimeter and Todd Crawford, who educated us on what frequencies we should me monitoring in El Dorado County. We ended the meeting with a few people being luck enough to walk away with some raffle prizes.
Recently spotted at the Loomis Ham Fest on March 20th 2022 was Mike, N7MSS, JR KN6LBP and Jay KE6GLA. You will have to ask them if they were able to find any treasures before the rain started.
Our next meeting will be January 27th at 7:00pm via Zoom. The Zoom meeting link will be sent to EDCARC Groups.io members.
Our speaker will be Gary Johnson NA6O. Gary will be sharing his experiences in locating Radio Frequency Interference. He has written two books, "LabVIEW Graphical Programming" and "LabVIEW Power Programming" and currently has nine patents in various fields.
Hooray, the club was able to hold an in person meeting and we had a good turnout for our October 28th meeting. Tony W6QA and Kim were outstanding hosts, and the apple pie was enjoyed by everyone. We hope the Zoom viewers enjoyed the meeting as well. Dave W6TQ, showed off his project for receiving aircraft messages and satellite calls. Steve W1SRD shared his story about the VP8PJ DXpedtion to South Orkney Island.