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NWS SAME codes

Arizona SAME weather codes and frequencies.  Something that we all should print off and have at the house, in the car, and then when camping. I will print one off and bring with us camping. SAME Codes Arizona

Meeting last night

Wonderful meeting last night.  Had about 10 people show up.  Lots of interest in Field Day. To recap the meeting, we went over Field Day, location, what it is, what equipment will be up there… Then moved on to overview of the N3FJP software.  Great feedback.  This is going to be awesome software to use. […]

WORKING THE GRAY LINE

Great article that discusses using the Grey Line to extend your range.  In reality, you don’t have any control over it.  But knowing when it happens, why all of a sudden you can reach stations further away.  It also helps to plan some of your contacts around that time.  But it’s all up to how […]

Franks Solar setup – again

For those who are going to be heading out for Field Day, make sure you take a look at Franks Solar Setup. This should give you inspiration on going off grid as well. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1cGnkfrnkMwCBlJRU7rLHWh1BYZUb6_ciSUtr790oxNk/edit#slide=id.p

Maritime Mobile Service Net Relays Distress Call

Maritime Mobile Service Net Relays Distress Call; Crew, Passengers, and Vessel Safe The Maritime Mobile Service Network (MMSN) recently served as a critical communication link after the sport fishing vessel Free Spirit put out a “mayday” distress call on VHF marine channel 16 after running into trouble in Mexican waters. Brian Stipak, KF7QCX — skipper […]

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