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Bob Heil, (video casts) with various co-hosts and guests, will cover the excitement and importance of ham radio
Bob Heil, with various co-hosts and guests, will cover the excitement and importance of ham radio – from tossing an antenna wire in a tree allowing you to talk to the world, to the importance of ham radio operators in time of disasters.
Records live every Wednesday at 6:00pm PT/9:00pm ET. Also see drop down menu under ARTICLES.
I have produced a new Brochure for the Central Alberta Amateur Radio Club.
To download a color printable PDF document of the Club Advertising brochure complete with hot links back
to the web site click this link
or check the second Tab under Site Tools menu.
Bob VE6BLD. Webmaster
I have been anxiously waiting for the next launch of ARISSat1 formerly know as SUIT Sat . After working every orbit of the first SUIT Sat in February of 2006 I now have to wait a little longer! The most exciting time of my life as an amateur radio operator was receiving all the transmissions from the badly disabled Suit Sat and decoding the secret words and SSTV picture from the spinning satellite. Hopefully when this new satelite is launched in July 2011 everyone will get the opportunity to receive the weak signals from it.
Please click this link to read and hear the many reports I received along with a few others of the first SUIT Sat
More information and an overview of the new satellite at this link.
For the latest information and news please see the link below.