Monthly features of The Spirit of '76 & '88
- Upcoming meeting presentation
- Letter from the President
- Net report
- Ham exams
- New members
- Event calendar
- Public service events
- Pictures from the previous meeting
- Minutes from Trustee meetings (bi-monthly).
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The Raspberry Pi-oneer
Another Australian Balloon with a Ham Radio Payload Circumnavigates Earth
LEARA Hams Choose CLSP for NVIS Trials
Post-Quake Communication in Nepal
As Spring and Summer Approach - Let Your HT Out To Play! Public Service 2015
Bill Bowen, K8WHB, SK
World Amateur Radio Day is April 18!
World Amateur Radio Day Special Event Stations
FAA Cleveland Center Tour
Bob Mervis, W8RLM SK
US Amateur Radio Numbers Reach an All-Time High
Dongle Bits Wrapping Up: ADS-B, MARCS-IP, Scanners
Michigan Passes Antenna Accomodation
Hamvention Chair: "The Show Will Go On" at Aging Hara Arena
Amateur Radio Parity Act - End of Year Status
FCC License Certificates and Plates
The ITU Elects a New Secretary-General
D-Star Equipment Available
Dongle Bits: Programs & Apps for Software Defined Radio
Radio Amateur is Among Nobel Prize in Chemistry Winners
Four LEARA Trustees are Newly-Endorsed
News from the Hill
US House Bipartisan Bill Proposes to Extend "Reasonable Accommodation"
Dongle Bits: (RPi B+) $20 SDR
It's That Time Again... [Trustee elections]
Party Balloon Carrying Amateur Radio Payload Circles the Northern Hemisphere
Seemingly Strange Solar Cycle May Be Sorta Normal
"Extremely Large Telescope" Breaks Ground