During the weekly F-troop there are mentions of software, websites and solutions that are worth taking note of. This website attempts to document them.
Radio Amateurs in Victoria were treated to the Castlemaine Venturers on a bus operating a mobile amateur station:
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If you'd like to operate portable in a National Park (WWFF) or on a Summit (SOTA), there are several places to find information.
Steve VK6CS shares with us a technique for sending a DC voltage across the coax which he intends to use to power a remote antenna tuner.
On Tuesday morning (11th October 2016) Andrew VK6AS and I were on the road by 8.30 a.m. and on our way to Mount Gambier. We had a scheduled talk that evening at the clubrooms of the South East Radio Group (SERG). Our talk the previous night at the Blackwood Community Centre, hosted by AHARS, attracted around 100 amateurs from most of the Adelaide metropolitan clubs.
It was a 404 km trip ahead of us and we had decided to activate a park along the way and introduce Andrew to the wonderful world of park activating. However, the weather was not on our side. It was drizzling with rain.
Alan VK6AMH sends in this information about FreeDV:
Denis VK6AKR sends in this link pointing at communications as they occur on mine sites.
Andrew VK6AS shares this link from Tony Hancock:
James VK4FCAV sends in this information about JOTA resources.