Eastern MA Club Speakers List
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This tab contains speakers who have registered with local ARRL section leadership to present on ham related talks to any club within the designated travel area
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ENTRY LEVEL LICENSE - WHAT'S WORKED AND WHAT HASN'TBruce Blain, K1BGbruce.blain@charter.netAll of us entered the amateur radio hobby in a number of different ways. Whether it was the Class B license of the 30s and 40s, the Novice license of the 50s through the 90s, or the current Technician class license, Bruce looks at the history of entry level license requirements and conditions, what's worked and what hasn't, and what it means for attracting youth to the hobby.EMA
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PROGRAMMING AMATEUR RADIOSGary Schwartz, N1ZCEn1zce@arrl.netCHIRPAll EMA
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INTRODUCTION TO ARMY MARSTom Kinahan, N1CPEn1cpe@arrl.netAn introduction to Army MARS (Military Auxiliary Radio System)MA
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NEW ENGLAND HISTORICAL RADIO SOCIETYSteve Russell, WA1HUDnehrs.radio@gmail.comHistory of marine radio, and coastal station WNEMA
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ARRLBob Interbitzen, NQ1R, ARRL Marketing Managernq1r@arrl.orgARRL: An insider's perspectiveMA
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WRTC 2014Dave Pascoe, KM3Tkm3t@wrtc2014.orgRecap of the 2014 World Radiosport Team Championships hosted in New England
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THE DXLAB SUITE: BETTER DXING THROUGH SOFTWAREDave Bernstein, AA6YQaa6yq@ambersoft.comEvolution of the DXLab Suite
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REPAIR AND RESTORATION OF ANTIQUE RADIO EQUIPMENTGregory L. Charvat, N8ZRYgregory.charvat@ll.mit.eduA general approach to repairing antique radio receivers, 2 examples, a Hallicrafters S-76 and a Collin B. Kennedy Model 20B Console will be shown
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LINUX IN YOUR HAMSHACKAndy Stewart, KB1OIQkb1oiq@arrl.netA quick survey of ham radio software available for Linux. Software demo is included.45 min drive from Chelmsford
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GROWING YOUR LOCAL CLUBBo Budinger, WA1QYMwa1qym@arrl.netA talk on how to improve your local clubAll EMA
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SKYWARN OVERVIEWRob Macedo, KD1CYrmacedo@rcn.comAn overview of the National Weather Service Taunton SKYWARN program and how an Amateur Radio Operator participates in the programAll EMA
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INTRODUCTION TO THE AMATEUR RADIO EMERGENCY SERVICE (ARES)Rob Macedo, KD1CYrmacedo@rcn.comWhat the ARRL Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES) program is, how someone joins and participates in the program and how it is structured in EMAAll EMA
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SKYWARN TRAINING SESSIONRob Macedo, KD1CYrmacedo@rcn.comA complete SKYWARN Training Class. Students become fully trained spotters for the National Weather Service. Note: this is a 2.5-­‐hour training course.All EMA
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EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS IN EASTERN MATerry Stader, KA8SCPka8scp@arrl.netHow hams provide emergency communications throughout the sectionAll EMA-­‐no weeknight Cape and Islands
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ARRL FIELD ORGANIZATIONTom Walsh, K1TWk1tw@arrl.orgThe Eastern Massachusetts ARRL field organizationAll EMA
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INTRODUCTION TO JT-65 & WSPRCharlie Bures, WA3ITRc.bures@comcast.netThis talk requires no background in JT65 and gives an introduction to it, how and why it was developed by Joe Taylor (K1JT), what components are needed, and more. I explain some sample QSO's, some of the basic technical details, and then give my experiences when I first started using it a year ago.All EMA
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THE ORIGINS OF RADIOMark Vess, KB1ACFvessmuseumtech@aol.comI do a presentation and digital slide show called The Origins of Radio. It is 45 min long and covers the spark era of radio history. The talk includes a live demonstration of spark transmission using a period spark transmitter built by myself and a crystal detector and tuner from that era. Please visit the Whitman Amateur Radio Club website for views of my talk and my visual material. I specialize in early radio communications technology. Please visit The Museum of Antiquated Technology online for more of what I do. Also, please see my QRZ page.EMA
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NTS: MESSAGE HANDLING, NETS AND DIGITAL OPERATIONMarcia Forde, KW1Ukw1u@arrl.netNot only for those interested in the National Traffic System but for all who may some day be called on to handle record message traffic for emergency communications. Learn format and explore traffic nets and digital operation. Also learn how to gain extra points for your club's Field Day score.MA
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OBTAINING CW DXCC IN SIX MONTHSLarry Banks, W1DYJlarryb.w1dyj@verizon.netA "How To" Project--phone for 54 years, finally using CW. EMA
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A QUICK TOUR OF FT8Larry Banks, W1DYJlarryb.w1dyj@verizon.netWhat is FT8? FT8 Software. W1DYJ results.EMA
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ONE HAM'S JOURNEY WITH ANTENNASLarry Banks, W1DYJlarryb.w1dyj@verizon.netDuring the 56 years that I have been a ham, I have built and used many antennas. Using ARRL awards as goals, this talk will survey my antennas in Woburn and Harpswell, ME, as I pursued these awards.EMA
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A 40 METER QUARTER-WAVE VERTICAL WITH ELEVATED RADIALSLarry Banks, W1DYJlarryb.w1dyj@verizon.netEMA
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ANTENNA MODELING 101Larry Banks, W1DYJlarryb.w1dyj@verizon.netBased on ARRL atenna modeling software. Much cheaper (and faster) than (re)building them.EMA
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