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Jerry's Page - N0OUW

 

Jerry's Page - N0OUW

As a past president, and still an active member of LARC, one of the things I like to do is to help with keeping this website as current and relevant as possible. I also have a keen interest in history and I like to keep records concerning the history of the club. Towards that end, I continue to periodically review the website and try to ensure that any and all pertinent information about the club is stored on this website for future members to research.

Please feel free to comment on this page with ideas and suggestions for improvement for this site.

Enjoy...........  '73  Jerry (NØOUW) 

 

 LARC History Timeline


 Have you ever wondered what LARC members are interested in, or who might be able to help with what I am involved in?                         

      Check out this list       Then email me at n0ouw@arrl.net to get your name addded to the list so we know what you are interested in...........

No need to be a member to participate in this exercise...........


  Ideas for short Tech Talks.........AKA Educating Jerry 


Another vintage clip - The Three Stooges and Morse Code      The Three Stooges and Morse Code


Interesting vintage Amateur Radio video - found in my e-mail this morning   -  Check it out Vintage Amateur Radio


 I recently viewed a 48 minute documentary about the Tinker Mill hacker space here in Longmont. If you ever had any questions about this activity, this should answer most of them.

Check it out.                Eyes on Longmont - the local hackerspace.


Kerry (N0WIQ), a frequent checker in-er to the Thursday Nite Net, offerred up a website url to a 1/2 hour video of an introduction to Amateur Radio.  So here is the link to that video -->    www.radioqrv.com      Enjoy!!


Click here to see a list of a few of my favorite websites: 

If you are interested in donating some of your old QSTs to your favorite Barber shop or Dr's Offices,

the QST Ticker label attached below uses the Avery shipping labels # 8254


Do you ever wonder if there is a line of sight path between you and another location?  If so.... check out this link for a method to accomplish this using Google Earth.


Recent MSNBC Clip - about Ham Radio and Emergency Services in Hawaii


 Check out this link for Denver Area Amateur Radio Nets 


 Ham Radio / Boy Scout Net


 

 

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