Previous AARC News Bulletins

HF Antenna Analyser Kit
September 18, 2014 AARC meeting
Image showing HF Antenna Analyser Kit

WaveNode and sensors used for taking RF measurements
August 21, 2014 AARC meeting

SPROUT SSTV Active on 437.600 MHz FM

HF Radio at Sea
May 15, 2014 AARC meeting
Image showing Richard's sailboat with antennas

SporeSat Operational, Beacon Scrubbed

April 17 AARC 12 noontime Meeting:
Megabit Packet Radio in Santa Clara County: Status and Roadmap

Image showing laptop used for SJEWN and VOIP phone

Feb 20 AARC Meeting: AX25 Protocol, Packet and APRS, Round Table
Image of 'Basic Elements of Packet Radio' illustrated by Mark KI6DHU

TechEdSat3P to be deployed from ISS on November 20, 2013

PhoneSats Launch Dates: Nov 19, 2013 and Feb 11, 2014

AARC at Clubs Happy Hour, November 13, 2013 at Ames cafeteria

Say “Hi” to the JUNO spacecraft with your 10 Meter Rig

NASA Announces Fifth Round of CubeSat Space Mission Candidates

Amateur Radio Participation in LADEE Lunar Science

Science Today for Tomorrow, Saturday August 24 at Moffett Building 3

ISS Slow Scan TV now active

W6CMU Wireless Innovators Page

PhoneSats Successful, April 2013


TechEdSat Cubesat jettison from ISS, October 27, 2012
Artist's image of TechEdSat cube satellite

ARISSat-1 Amateur Radio Satellite No Longer In Orbit Images of ID banner and of earth from SSTV transmissions from ARISSat-1


Parachute Mobile at 2011 Pacificon

Space Shuttle Retransmission

AARC at Yuri’s Night

America’s Final Space Shuttle Launch Event Station
organized by Carl Zelich, AA4MI Photo of STS-135 commander Chris Ferguson examines N4S certificate


STS-135 External Tank to Transmit Video During Re-Entry

O/OREOS Science Satellite with Amateur Radio Packet
Photo of O/OREOS satellite presentation on launch day at Ames Exploration Center


AARC Earth-Moon-Earth (EME) Station
Photo of EME antennas and equipment at the AARC shack.


Field Day 2009, Saturday June 27 at AARC Shack

Great Worden Quake II, Nov 5, 6 2008

ISS SSTV Pics
by David Hartzell AF6KD

April 12: AARC at Yuri’s Night

DSTAR
February 15, 2007 AARC Meeting

Emergency Wireless Network
January 18, 2007 AARC Meeting

Interactions between ARES/RACES, City and County Governments
April 20, 2006

Disaster Service Worker (DSW) Registration
March 16, 2006

Ames Amateur Radio Club Officer Election for 2006

Delbert Philpott (WA6YOQ) - Silent Key

Amateur Television, AARC June 16, 2005 Meeting

HF Radio at Sea, AARC May 19, 2005 Meeting

Amateur Radio Exhibit at Moffett Airshow on May 29-30, 2004

Amateur Radio Exhibit at Moffett Airshow on September 13-14, 2003

Coax Cable Loss

AARC March 21 2002 Lunchtime Seminar
California Disaster Service Worker (DSW) Program and Communications

AARC Shack Straighten-up
by Mark Allard, KD6CWM

Ham Radio on The Space Station

FCC set to authorize MURS

AARC Shack Transfer
by Mark Allard, KD6CWM

Space Weather News for Oct. 25, 2000

Expedition One Launch & Docking

Ham Equipment Delivered to Space Station
from The ARRL Letter (http://www.arrl.org), September 20, 2000

Solar Storm Effects
from Clif Horne, WS6G

RF safety rules now in force for all amateurs
ARRL Bulletin 37 ARLB037
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT September 1, 2000
To all radio amateurs:

Communications for Exploration: Field Tests

Bruce Gilbaugh, KD6HWZ, will spend some time near the north pole in July. He is involved with the communications setup during July as part of NASA Ames' collaborations with other groups on telemedicine and mission operations in the remote area of area of the Haughton Crater. When Bruce returns, he will give a presentation about his adventures. Below are some sites and info links that others might be curious about in relation to Bruce's trip.

Haughton-Mars Project 2000 (Code S) at http://arctic-mars.org

Mars Society web site at http://arctic.marssociety.org


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