Monthly Archives: November 2021

Clara Barton Special Event Station

Dec 4, 1500Z to 1900Z, KG4ARC, Atlanta, GA.  Clara Barton Birthday Special Event Station sponsored by Atlanta Radio Club and Atlanta Chapter of American Red Cross.  December 2021 is the 200th birthday of Clara Barton, Founder of American Red Cross.  The multi-op team will be transmitting on 3925, 7250, 14250 and 21280, plus or minus, as well as local repeaters W4DOC & KC4AQS, and D-Star 30B.  A very nice bi-fold qsl card will be available.  See Red Cross Special Event – Atlanta Radio Club for information and updates

Oregon ACES Presentation on RATPAC Zoom

Our own Daron Wilson N7HQR presents to the RATPAC group (link below):

Thursday November 11 – RATPAC Zoom Presentation Starts 10:00 PM AST / 9:00 PM EST / 8:00 PM CST / 7:00 PM MST / 6:00 PM PST / 5:00 PM AKST / 4:00 PM HST

TOPIC: Oregon ACES programSpeakers/Presenters: Daron Wilson, N7HQR and  Scott Honaker, N7SS 


  • This meeting will be recorded. By participating you consent to being recorded. 
  • Please change your display name to Your First NameCall Sign and Location, e.g. Dan K7REX Idaho
  • Please stay muted until ready to speak. Your space bar works like a PTT for unmuting
  • You may ask questions in chat; please stay on topic while using chat.


▬ NOTE: Thursday’s Zoom presentations use the same link and passcode weekly. ► You could put a shortcut with the link on you desktop for convenience. 

Please Join THURSDAY’s Zoom Meeting
Join Wednesday Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2128884758?pwd=VTE0ajAraG0rMyticmtwN2ZCdHZ3Zz09

Meeting ID: 212 888 4758
Passcode: THURSDAY

More info on RATPAC: RATPAC (google.com)

YouTube Channel- www.youtube.com/c/RATPAC

Wilson’s Wednesday Workshop – change

Due to Daron’s work schedule, the November Wilson’s Wednesday Workshop will be on Nov. 10, rather than Nov. 3. Go to the Regular Club Activities tab for the link.

Last month we dabbled in network connectivity and the HSMM Broadband system, this month we’ll be looking at the HAMWAN system, and the AREDN system, both of which use high speed microwave connectivity for voice and data.