The Solar Ham

The Solar Ham There doesn’t seem to be a lot of information regarding solar and amateur radio. It’s actually quite easy and fun to run solar. So I figured I’d put together a some how-to’s for my fellow hams, to show just how easy it is, and it’s not only QRP Here is some of…

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Wires-X with Zumspot

Here is a little tip for using wire-x with your Zumspot. When using your FT2D with a Zumspot. Click the X key then Menu and All. This will show you all the available Reflectors. Once you select one you want to connect to just click Back and your connected. This should work on other modles…

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Mobile Zumspot

Running A Zumpost as a mobile unit is great for staying connected while on a trip or on the road. The only limitation that I have found is with Pi-Star re-connecting to WIFI networks or re-connecting to a YSF or FCS room. Sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn’t. Plus the boot time is, way too…

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How to Program Your Radio

Here is a simple process to program a radio in about 5 steps. It can be used to solve the problem of radio operators not being able to program a radio!  This procedure is modified from a procedure found in California.​ First you need to know what frequency you want to talk on.  For Scottsdale…

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Repeater & Net Information

SARC General Information Net is held every Tuesday night at 7 PM. Both repeaters are linked. We are always looking for Net Control operators. No one person can do it all. Contact Ed at enickerson427@aol.com Scottsdale Amateur Radio Club manages one (1) site located at 92ed Street and Shea in Scottsdale Arizona. The following info…

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