Techie Night 05-24-2016

Techie Night News from May 24, 2016

Attendance:  10

Topics:

  • Discussion and Videos on using Arduino Boards to  make a VNA to build a Do It Yourself Antenna Analyzer….for around $40
  • Making a PSK Scope for proper operation of PSK-31 using Arduino Processors

Great place to learn about Techie Aspects of the Hobby. Tuesday nights at the East Plain United Church. Check the Event Calendar for details. Techie Nights are OPEN to any interested person who enjoys learning about Ham Radio and the Magic of Radio.

Be sure to check out our photo album for more images.

General Meeting Summary May 2016

Show and Share

This months meeting provided an opportunity for BARC members to show and share their projects. For further details, be sure to look up our Photo Album page.Photo credits, Denis Grantham, VE3KVE.

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General Meeting May 2016

Sir Ernest MacMillan Public School
1350 Headon Road
Burlington, Ontario
L7M 1V8

General Meeting, Thursday, May 5, 2016
7:30 PM

Program: Show and Share

An opportunity to show the club members what projects you have been working on.

Please bring something that adds to your Amateur Radio life that you made from scratch, assembled from a kit, or a new piece of hardware or software that you have been working on. It doesn’t have to be a new project, look around the shack and see what you have that others would enjoy seeing. If your project is too big to easily transport please bring a photo or two for us to see.

Each project displayed will entitle the presenter to a free ticket for a draw for a Raspberry Pi Starter Kit – bring several projects and increase your chances to win!

General Meeting April 2016

Sir Ernest MacMillan Public School
1350 Headon Road
Burlington, Ontario
L7M 1V8

General Meeting, Thursday, April 7, 2016
7:30 PM

Program: Operating the GHz bands – Colin Haig VE3MSC

As amateurs we have access to an enormous range of frequencies, each having its own special characteristics and challenges. Colin will share his experiences and challenges in creating and operating a station in the microwave bands.

Guests welcome! Whether you are a ham, interested in becoming one, or just interested, please join us.