Tuesday, 13 September 2016

September Club Meeting

Hello All,

Just a reminder that the summer break is over and club meetings will be starting up again this month.

The next meeting will be on Tuesday Sept 20th at 7pm. As always, it will be held at the EMO building on Pleasant St (behind the fire hall).

All members are encouraged to attend. We also welcome visitors who may be interested in learning more about the hobby and our club.

73,
VE1XT

Saturday, 13 August 2016

Tower Work - August 10th 2016

On August 10th, We had some new gear installed by Xplornet on the tower and in the building at the VE1YAR site. While they were up there we had a new 4 pole installed for the VHF repeater.

73, de VE1XT

Monday, 8 August 2016

Repeater Maintenance on August 10th

Hello All, The VE1YAR VHF repeater (146.730) will be offline at 8am on Wednesday (August 10) and will remain so for most of the day. Due to this, the Captain's Net will be held on VE1EKV (147.105+) that morning. This will be due to some work that will be performed on the tower that day. Regular operations will resume once the tower work has been completed. 73 for now VE1XT

Saturday, 25 June 2016

If anyone missed the Ham Radio item on the Maritime Noon program on CBC on June 23 and would to hear it, go to Google, enter the maritime amateur and click on Maritime News.  That will bring up an audio clip and coverage of the ham radio segment starts at about the 11 minute mark.

Monday, 20 June 2016

June 2016 Club Meeting

The June meeting of the Yarmouth Amateur Radio Club will be held tomorrow night (June 21st) at 7pm at the Yarmouth EMO building behind the fire hall on Pleasant St.

This will be the last meeting before the summer break. All members and visitors are welcome to attend.

73 de VE1XT
Club Secretary

Sunday, 19 June 2016

Ham Radio on CBC Radio Maritime Noon


Maritime Noon, the regional phone in show, is doing a show on Ham radio on Thursday, June 23.
George Dewar, VY2GF will be on the air with our host, Norma Lee MacLeod, as well as Brian Allen from the Halifax Amateur Radio Club.
The phone-in section will last about 35 minutes, and they will be interacting with callers as well as chatting with Norma Lee and Brian about ham radio.
73 de VE1XT

Monday, 13 June 2016

Looking for a place to mount a 2-meter mobile?  If your car has a compartment like this, it might be your answer.  I call it my Stealthy Installation.