Transmitting and Receiving – Kenai Peninsula Online


Transmitting and Receiving Kenai Peninsula Online The two are members of the Moosehorn Amateur Radio Club, which set up its trailer and mobile equipment and participated in the American Radio Relay League‘s Field Day on Saturday and Sunday at…

Source: peninsulaclarion.com

Another excellent post-Field Day report.  This time, we hear from amateur radio operators belonging to the Moosehorn Amateur Radio Club of Alaska.  Club members set up three emergency radio stations and contacted between 400-500 fellow hams across the nation and the world with morse code and voice.  The club also administered amateur radio license exams from their emergency trailer at the Skyview High School parking lot.  Thousands of amateur radio operators from American Samoa, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands joined their fellow hams on the U.S. mainland for the nation’s largest emergency communications exercise this past weekend (28-29 June 2014).  Hundreds of hams operated from home stations, civil defense offices, police stations, and hospitals.  Aloha de Russ (KH6JRM).

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