We had an antenna system donated to the club. The stipulation is that it's attached to a tower and we need to remove it. We're planning to remove the antennas this weekend.There will be two days of work to make sure everything gets done:Saturday the 16th at 11amMonday the 18th at 10amPlease check the mailing list for the address and directions.
Come check us out at the student involvement fair! We'll at least have VHF/UHF demos going, and possibly some other cool stuff. The fair will run 11:30am to 1:30pm on the Glenn Terrel Mall (in front of Holland Library and CUB) on WSU campus.
The next exam session will be on Sunday February 28th at 3 PM in ETRL 119. The exam costs $15, the standard ARRL Test Fee.
The next exam session will be on Saturday March 20 at a location and time to be decided. If there is sufficient interest the exam will be held on the WSU Pullman Campus. The exam costs $15, the standard ARRL Test Fee.Please sign-up for the exam.
From http://ceacc.wsu.edu/node/93:Held in the Stephenson Dorm Complex, this event is an opportunity to expose incoming freshmen to your club activities and to encourage them to join your club.As part of our community service to the college, student clubs are encouraged to strength their funding proposals by attending both evenings (Wednesday and Thursday).----
The Palouse Hills Amateur Radio Club will conduct free classes to help interested people obtain a Technician and General level amateur radio license from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Classes will be held Tuesday evenings from 7:00 until 9:00 starting September 15 through November.
W7UQ at UI will be hosting this month's combined meeting, which will be a tour of the W7UQ shack and demos. Also, thouse WSU members who whish to have access to the W7UQ shack can get orientated and get a door code to their facility.
UPDATE: We WILL be participating in the Salmon Run! Join the list serve (contact us page) and ask the list for information where. It will NOT be on campus, as we don't have antennas up yet.This is Wasington's QSO Party: A contest where the rest of the US tries to make contact with Washington stations. Awards are given out based on scores, worked all WA counties, etc. As Whitman County is not a very active county in Amateur Radio, this should be a fun, high-demand contest to work! (now, if we only had a functional station....)
The spokane hamfest is THIS weekend! It will be held at University High School in Spokane, and there's a lot going on. For more info, see: http://www.kbara.org/ (bottom-left has links to hamfest info).