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Not your ordinary 'Hackers'

A group called “Hackaday” based out of Pasadena, California has numerous links and posts on their blog that cover everything from electrical engineering/experimentation to computer sciences projects.  And shows hope for being a great resource.  Their main page is at > https://hackaday.com  One of their latest posts is about Raspberry Pi tutorials.  There’s about 30 videos lasting 3 to 16 min.  They can be found at >  https://hackaday.com/2017/07/02/australian-raspberry-pi-tutorials/

Posted by N9LLP

 

The Solar Minimum Is Coming

The low point in the 11 year sunspot cycle is expected in 2019 – 2020. 

The low in the 11-year sunspot cycle is expected in 2019-2020. The last time we saw a solar minimum was in around 2010 and we reached a high of activity in 2014.  See more at the Earthsky.org  website and watch the Science @NASA video.     Post by N9LLP

http://earthsky.org/space/solar-minimum-is-coming-video?utm_source=EarthSky+News&utm_campaign=aa4a95423f-EarthSky_News&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c643945d79-aa4a95423f-395109593&mc_cid=aa4a95423f&mc_eid=1579b16b23

 

K2BSA will be On the Air during National Scout Jamboree

The Boy Scouts of America station K2BSA will be on the air during the 2017 National Scout Jamboree, July 18 to July 28, from the Summit Bechtel Scout Reserve in West Virginia. The K2BSA operation will demonstrate Amateur Radio to several thousand Scouts and fulfill the Radio merit badge requirement for QSOs.  The National Scout Jamoree is a separate event from the Jamboree On The Air (JOTA) that is held later this year. 

All information for making a contact with K2BSA during the Jamboree is on the K2BSA website. It lists operating period, frequencies, repeaters, EchoLink, and D-Star options. K2BSA will also publish live updates on Facebook and Twitter of active frequencies.

See full story at>  http://www.arrl.org/news/view/k2bsa-will-be-on-the-air-during-national-scout-jamboree

 

Field Day Update 2017

Thanks to all those that came out for Field Day 2017. In the 24hours of operating, we had close to 200 contacts.

A big thanks to Mike Rose, Noel Mortier and John McGrath for handling the night shift. Back again this morning to operate were, Steve Carmen, Ron Schuetz, Kevin Neutzman, Wilson Low, Chris Frederick and Tim White.

Again, thanks to all those that attended this year's Field Day and making it a great one!!!

 

Jacki-KI6QOG

 

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