August 20, 2021:
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June 18, 2021:
DMR and D-Star
by Jim Moen, K6JM
The Club is making changes to the W6CX D-STAR repeater. My presentation at tonight’s meeting will cover a bit about digital stuff, what’s called Multi-Mode and what the upcoming changes are all about.
Jim Moen, K6JM
In mid 2003, I re-tested and got back on the air using my original call K0ZXU as a vanity call. I upgraded in 2006 and got vanity call K6XZ. Finally in 2009, I was able to get this call.
May 21, 2021
John Trinterud (JT) K9ONR, Project Lead
March 19, 2021:
John Miller, K6MM
John was first licensed as WV2BQJ in 1958 while living in Syracuse, NY. In 1976, John'.s career took him to Silicon Valley, where he reconnected with amateur radio in the late 90s. Since then John has focused heavily on DXing, contesting, and recruiting new operators into the hobby. A DXCC Honor Roll member, John holds 8-Band DXCC, and is working on completing 160M for the 9th band. His article entitled "The No Excuses 160M Vertical" won the cover plaque award for the June 2009 issue of QST.
John was a DXpedition operator at PJ7E Sint Maarten, K9W Wake Atoll, K1N Navassa Island, K5P Palmyra Atoll, and KH1/KH7Z KH1 Baker Island. He was also a pilot and/or webmaster for NH8S (Swains Island), C82DX (Mozambique), FT4TA (Tromelin), 3G0ZC (Juan Fernandez), and VK0EK (Heard Island).
John is the current President of the Northern California DX Foundation, a Past-President of the Northern California Contest Club, a former Director of the Northern California DX Club, and a founding member of the CW Operators . Club. He is also a member of the editorial staff of the National Contest Journal, and Co-Chairman of the International DX Convention for 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019 and 2021.
In addition to his four grandchildren, John's interests include website design, piano composition, and exploring the back roads of the Bay Area on his Harley Davidson motorcycle.
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