The Harbison 50k director has reached out and we’re going to be providing communications again!
Here are the details you’ll need at this point:
When – Saturday, January 9th
Where – Harbison State Forest
Pre-event meeting – 6:00am at the Ranger Station in the middle of the park
Race Starts – 7:00am from the field …
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Kevan attended the clubs August 2020 meeting and his presentation was very very interesting. Not at such a high level like some presentations but at a level we could implement his suggestions and understand why.
Note: all of the club business, opining and show and tell has been edited out by K4LLE. Which means …
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There is an LF beacon operating in the Columbia area. It can be received out to about 200 miles via groundwave – much further with skywave. This station is operating as a proof of concept Low Frequency alerting station, as part of a DHS SHARES trial program. Our Amateur HF community knows that long-range emergency communications can …
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We all know on April 15 1912 in the early morning hours the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank. This is a picture of the Titanic radio room, it has been colorized but other then that it is a real picture.
Can you identify ANY of the radio equipment ?, not looking for …
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KU5N Charles McKinnis, Net Manager
Daily Nets South Carolina Single Sideband Net: 7:00 pm at 3.915 LSB (scssb.net)Coastal Carolina Emergency Net: 7:00 pm 3.907 LSB (ccen.blogspot.com)The Carolinas Slow Net (CSN): 8:00 pm on 3.695 CWSouthcars: 8 a.m. to 1 pm, 7.251 LSB (southcars.com)7240 Club: Monday-Friday 10 a.m. to noon 7.240 LSB, Saturday, 10-11 …
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FT4 is an experimental digital mode designed specifically for radio contesting. Like FT8, it uses fixed-length transmissions, structured messages with formats optimized for minimal QSOs, and strong forward error correction. T/R sequences are 6 seconds long, so FT4 is 2.5 × faster than FT8 and about the same speed as RTTY for radio contesting.
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