• Network node for the MLH repeater

    I have been talking with some of the higher ups in IT to try and get us a network node in the repeater cage on MLH 13. There was a positive response from IT staff and its looking like we may in fact get the hook up. I...
    cameron wilson
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  • Swapfest finds

    I attended the Ozaukee county radio club swapfest today in Cedarburg. I hadn't been to a swapfest since AES a few years ago with the club, so I wasn't sure what I would find. I ended up picking up two scopes,two frequ...
    Jake Kremer
    last modified by Jake Kremer
  • Meetings?

    Hey! I'm kinda interested in stopping by a meeting to see what this club entails and everything. How could I find out when you meet?
    Rachael Ferguson
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  • Software Defined Radio

    Hello,   Does this group involve the interests of Software Defined Radio?  Or is it more hardware focused?   Regards, Ryan
    Ryan Barrie
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  • Volunteer Work as a Club

    Over the break, I was at home in Ft. Worth, Texas, where I met up with the Hurst Amateur Radio Club (W5HRC). It was very interesting to see how other ham clubs operate. The club consists of mostly older men, almost al...
    Adam Meek
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  • Cheap HTs

    It was nice to see everyone at the meeting today, it's very cool to have so many new members. Some people expressed interest in the small HT I brought along with me. It is a Baofeng UV-3R. It can be had on Amazon for ...
    Jake Kremer
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  • How To Attract New Members

    Amateur radio is a high tech hobby with many facets.  I think the average uninformed person thinks it is an outdated method of communication using Morse code and smoke signals.  This couldn't be further from...
    Richard Phillips
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