HSARC Meeting: January 3rd at 7:30pm


Shawn - WØFW will be having a digital mode demonstration using a Raspberry Pi computer and an Elecraft KX3 radio.

The clubhouse will be open 1 hour prior to the meeting for anybody wanting to learn more about digital modes.

Please stop by and check it out.....he will get you on the air for a couple QSO's.

HSARC Clubhouse Renovations

At the September meeting, the Building Committee presented it's report and recommendations for some renovations to the clubhouse. The members voted to give the Building Committee a $750 budget to complete their goal of replacing the ceiling in the clubhouse. Also the fuse box would be upgraded to a 100 amp circuit breaker panel, some old wiring would be replaced and new lights would be added.
Shawn Morgan kicked off the renovations by removing the old styrofoam ceiling from the clubhouse.

The Saga Continues....

With the old ceiling now removed from the clubhouse, it was time to get started on cleanup and the upgrades. The first order of business was to remove the debris from the ceiling removal, clean up the clubhouse and remove some of the old outdated wiring and replace it with new.

Fox-1Cliff/AO-95 Receiver Suffers Apparent Failure

The receiver on the newly launched Fox-1Cliff/AO-95 CubeSat seems to have suffered a receiver failure that could render the satellite unusable, AMSAT said over the weekend.
Efforts continue by AMSAT Engineering to establish the cause of the problem and determine if a fix is possible. AMSAT Vice President-Engineering Jerry Buxton, N0JY, reported over the weekend that the issue cropped up during efforts to commission Fox-1Cliff/AO-95.

Two-Ham ISS Crew Launched - First Since Aborted Oct. Flight

Three astronauts — including two radio amateurs — have docked at the International Space Station (ISS) on the first crewed Soyuz vehicle launch since a dramatic failure in October. The astronauts from the US, Canada, and Russia, left Kazakhstan at 1130 UTC on December 3, and the Russian space agency Roscomos confirmed their successful docking at the station. On board were David Saint-Jacques, KG5FYI, a Canadian engineer, astrophysicist, and medical doctor; space veteran Oleg Kononenko, RN3DX, of Russia, and Anne McClain, of the US.

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