There are only a few hamfest‘s that I would classify as “classic”. The Benson hamfest in Benson, North Carolina is one of those. It has your typical environment of a large parking lot with people parking their cars and selling tables full of old Ham Radio gear out of them. It has a large grillContinue reading “Benson Hamfest, the classic!”
JOTA at Greenville, NC with BARC.
In an effort to learn Morse code even better, I’ve had recommendations to try out the Morserino. It is a micro processor based Morse code machine that will be an automatic iambic keyer as well as sending and receiving Morse code. It has Wi-Fi and LowRA transmission capabilities where you could communicate between two ofContinue reading “Morserino 32 adventure”
Hurricane season is in full swing! What will you do to get ready for emergencies? What will you put in your go bag?
Making a new antenna out of broken parts. Thinking outside the box.
Field Day report for 2021.
A call to “arms” to all good amateur radio enthusiasts, participate in Field Day!
Experience building Unum transformers for RF antennas and feed lines.
Designing a full wavelength J Pole antenna for Field Day.
============================ Larry Schwarz, W4RHY, (SK) Larry Schwarz, W4RHY, (SK), 67, passed away February 1, 2019. He is listed in the Silent Keys in the June 2021 issue of QST. He lived in Winterville before moving back to Fayetteville. He was very active in the Pitt County area with his Amateur Radio. He had a computerContinue reading “Late Breaking News (BARC Style!)”